- Jarrah honey is monofloral and unpasteurised
- Manuka can taste medicinal, Jarrah has a caramel sweetness
- It only comes from Western Australia, one of the last pesticide free places on Earth
THERE'S MORE TO OUR HONEY THAN BEES, BREAKFAST AND CARTOON BEARS
Necta & Hive Jarrah honeys are high quality, responsibly sourced and antimicrobial, so they’re good for you. On top of that, they’re delicious.
MORE REASONS TO FEEL GOOD ABOUT JARRAH HONEY
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANUKA AND JARRAH?
Active honeys like Manuka may all look the same, but only our Jarrah honeys are laboratory tested to be antimicrobial.
Manuka honey is antibacterial. Jarrah honey is antimicrobial. While Manuka honey has been known to have antimicrobial properties, it’s at a much lower level than Jarrah honey.
Antibacterial means active against bacteria. Antimicrobial means active against microbes. Microbes are bacteria, fungi or viruses, meaning that our honey has three benefits in one.
WHAT DOES THE TOTAL ACTIVITY (TA) RATING OF HONEY MEAN?
The TA rating of a honey is a rating of how well it can inhibit the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms. Honey with a high TA rating is called an active honey.
HONEY AND YOUR HEALTH
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IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPORT
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BATTLE COUGHS AND COLDS
Doctors recommend using antimicrobial honey as a first line treatment for coughs and upper respiratory tract infections.
HEALTHY GUT, HAPPY DAYS
Good gut health can make you more comfortable, but the overall benefits don’t stop there.