Manuka honey, (100+) Tasmanian, Cradle Mountain 250gram PET jar,

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Manuka honey, (100+) Tasmanian, Cradle Mountain 250gram PET jar,
A$27.95

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Cradle Mountain Active Manuka honey is a pure Tasmanian organic honey that tastes great as well as being good for you.
It has a methylglyoxal (MGO) rating of at least 100+.
(So it has at least 100mg of MGO in every kilogram)
Eating one or two spoonfuls of this honey every day can help kill unwanted microbes and bacteria in your system.
Its health benefits include a prebiotic effect, that helps to maintain a healthy digestive system.
Eat your way to sweet good health with Cradle Mountain Active Manuka pure Australian organic honey.

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Cradle Mountain Active Manuka honey is a pure Tasmanian organic honey that tastes great as well as being good for you. It has a methylglyoxal (MGO) rating of at least 100+. (And routinely rates as high as 120+ or 130+). This means Cradle Mountain Active Manuka honey contains a high level of MGO - the ingredient that makes honey bio-active. Eating one or two spoonfuls of this honey every day can help kill unwanted microbes and bacteria in your system. Its health benefits include a prebiotic effect, that helps to maintain a healthy digestive system. Cradle Mountain Active Manuka honey may also boost the body's immune system and promote immunity to harmful bugs. The honey contains anti-oxidants that protect the body from harmful free radicals. Cradle Mountain Active Manuka honey can also aid in the management and relief of coughs, colds, sore throats, and even upper respiratory infections. Manuka trees from the Leptospermum family grow naturally in Australia as well as in New Zealand. Indeed there is good evidence to suggest Australia's warmer climate seems to make Australia's Manuka honey even more bio-active than their better known New Zealand cousins. Eat your way to sweet good health with Cradle Mountain Active Manuka pure Australian organic honey.

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