Not all honeys are created equal
Necta & Hive unpasteurised honeys are produced by bees free to forage on eucalyptus trees grown without the use of pesticides in Western Australia. Rare and exclusive, they’re naturally antimicrobial and rich in antioxidants. When eaten regularly, they support good immunity and gut health.
How do i know my honey is the real deal?
High quality, active healing honey such as Necta & Hive Jarrah and Red Gum honeys are bona fide, pure, unpasteurised honeys. We proudly and clearly display where our honeys originate from (the beautiful, pesticide free, natural homeland of the myrtle tree, Western Australia). We also include our independent lab reports of the authenticity and TA (Total Activity, a measure of the antimicrobial activity of a honey) rating.
The numbers explained
The letters and numbers on honey pots are necessary to let you, the consumer, know the relative microbial strength of the honey you’re buying. We know it can be confusing and a bit overwhelming, so read our blog What’s the Difference Between MGO, UMF and TA in Honey? where we explain the difference between MGO, UMF and TA, what they all mean, and what you should look out for.