Keilah Lowe - Marketing Manager
Keilah Lowe is the Marketing Manager for ManukaSea!Magic.
She also provides invaluable customer support to our valued customers.
History of Manuka Honey - It’s Origin and Reason for Popularity
Manuka honey is a unique type of honey that's collected from mono-floral concentrations of manuka bush in New Zealand. This kind of honey is known to possess excellent antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
Manuka honey is a unique type of honey that's collected from mono-floral concentrations of manuka bush in New Zealand. This kind of honey is known to possess excellent antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
In ancient times people relied on the natural properties of honey to cure many ailments. It was even used by the medical profession. However, with the discovery of antibiotics like penicillin the therapeutic usage of honey was eventually phased out in hospitals. In modern times research has proven that manuka honey possesses something special and now manuka honey has put honey back on the hospital shelves again.
Discovery of Manuka Honey
In 1982, Professor Peter Molan discovered the unique properties of manuka honey. The antibacterial and antimicrobial property of the manuka honey was believed to be more than a 100 times more powerful than ordinary honey. Professor Molan and his team at the Waikato University in New Zealand identified manuka honey's unique health promoting properties which he defined as NPA (Non Peroxide Activity).
•Irritable Bowel Syndrome
•eye and throat infections
•foot and leg sores
Tips to Buy Manuka Honey
The recent popularity of manuka honey has been followed by much confusion amongst consumers over what constitutes ‘active’ manuka honey. For more information on this important issue take a look at active manuka honey.