Highly valued as a food, a sweetener and a medicine, honey was used as a form of currency.
Stored in airtight containers Honey has an almost infinite shelf life. Honey is naturally healthy, containing antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes that contribute to our immune system and our general physical and mental health.
Honey is a great natural source of carbohydrates, that gives strength and energy.
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Honeys feed and boost the growth of the digestive flora in our intestines and strengthen the immune system.
Honey to improve digestive health: New Zealand Honey Co Beech Forest Honeydew
Honey to help fight coughs and colds: New Zealand Honey Co Manuka Range
Honey has a potent anti-inflammatory action, the anti-inflammatory action of honey helps reduce swelling, relieving pain, while the antibacterial action of honey helps fight the harmful bacteria.
Honey for soothing sore throats: New Zealand Honey Co Manuka Range
Antioxidants may help protect the body from free radical damage. Free radicals are formed from many sources including radiation, pollution, stress and naturally from metabolism within our bodies. These free radicals may cause cell damage resulting in disease and accelerated aging. Antioxidants are suggested to be the body’s only defence against free radicals. New Zealand Honey Co Thyme Honey has antioxidant levels up to five times higher than other honeys.
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When we close our eyes the body produces a sleep hormone called melatonin and honey enhances the production of this hormone. The natural sugars in the honey also fill the body’s fuel tank with the correct sugars needed by the brain through the night, so we don’t run out of brain food while asleep and therefore we sleep better.
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