Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Manuka and manuka honey

See here for more info about what makes manuka honey special.

Here are a few more pics.

3 comments:

astropixie said...

my personal research attests to the benefits of antibacterial properties of manuka honey. when i first moved to england, i acquired a bad cold/flu (along with practically everyone else i knew) that lasted a few days. soon after that, i heard about manuka honey and thought i'd try it, although i honestly didnt know in what ways it was different from regular honey. since then, i havent been sick once, while my coworkers are averaging a day or two of missed work every three weeks due to illness!

thanks for the info!

Cabbage Tree Farm said...

Hi Astropixie
That's great that you are finding the manuka honey seems to ward off colds and 'flu. The fewer of those the better.
I use the manuka honey antiseptic cream for all the cuts and grazes my toddler gets.
In a couple of months we'll be harvesting our garlic and that's another beneficial plant in terms of colds etc.
Hope you are keeping warm up there in north England.

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