Straight from the hive to your hands.

Honeybees create potent medicinal grade honey through the collection of therapeutic compounds contained in the nectar of the pristine mānuka stands of New Zealand. This unique profile of naturally occurring compounds gives our mānuka honey it's transformative powers.

Honey has been used as a natural remedy and beauty treatment for thousands of years.

Mānuka honey stands out among all other honeys because of its antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Rich in methylglyoxal (MGO), this organic compound is responsible for the pronounced antibacterial properties of this honey and is the main compound analysed to determine the medicinal grade of mānuka honey.

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  • Complex Compound

    Mānuka honey stands out among all other honeys with its unique profile of antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins and antibacterial compounds. Rich in methylglyoxal (MGO), this organic compound is responsible for the reparative and clarifying properties of this honey.  

  • Natural Protector

    Fighting against environmental damage, mānuka honey protects your skin against fine lines and wrinkles that result from excess UV exposure. Soothing for all skin types, redness and irritations are immediately calmed.

  • Miracle Worker

    Mānuka honey contains a high content of polyphenols, which have the ability to scavenge free radicals and prevent the signs of premature aging that result from excess sun exposure. It’s soothing, anti-inflammatory properties calm sun-kissed and irritated skin while reducing redness.

MGO & UMF Explained

Both MGO and UMF are trusted mānuka grading systems. MGO refers to the amount of methylglyoxal contained in the honey, whereas UMF tests for leptosperin, MGO, DHA and HMF. Ratings are independently certified to ensure the honey is of the highest standard of quality, originates in New Zealand and has not been tampered with.

Help Save The Bees

Plant bee friendly habitats like wildflowers, fruits and herbs. Avoid the use of chemicals and pesticides. Support local beekeepers by purchasing their honey and other bee products. Spread the word, sharing what you know about bees and why they are so important to our survival.