Jarrah honey is known as Australia’s healing honey, due to its high antimicrobial properties, which can inhibit bacterial growth, reduce infections and enhance healing. It is unique to a specific area of protected forest in Western Australia, considered to be one of the last disease and pest free areas in the world, so no insecticides or pesticides are used in these apiaries. The majestic Jarrah tree can live for over 1000 years but only flowers once every two years from December to January, making Jarrah honey extremely rare.
Jarrah honey is semi dark amber in colour with a rich and full bodied, yet smooth and delicate caramel flavour. It has a thick syrup consistency. This honey is great drizzled over fresh fruit, yoghurt or porridge, but is also perfect to use for facemasks as well as in medical dressings to help kill bacteria in infected wounds or burns.
Preventative. Restorative. Healing.