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More reasons to feel good about Jarrah honey

• It’s naturally pure & unpasteurised
• Manuka can taste medicinal, Jarrah is perfectly sweet
• It comes from Western Australia, one of the last pesticide free places on Earth

What’s the difference between Manuka and Jarrah?

You might have heard that Manuka honey has health benefits you won’t find in squeezy honey. That’s true – but our active, healing honeys are even better. While Manuka is antibacterial, fighting just bacteria, Necta & Hive Jarrah and Red Gum honeys are antimicrobial.

Antimicrobial = 3x the health benefits, fighting:

• Bacteria
• Viruses
• Fungi

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.




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