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7 Ways to Use Manuka Honey
Health,  Recipes

7 Ways to Use Manuka Honey

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When it comes to honey, I’m most definitely a snob. 

My dad was a nationally known beekeeper until he passed  away a few years ago and  I’ve always had the highest honey quality available. It makes me sad that I can’t ever have his honey again but I’m thankful for the knowledge he taught me about honey over the years.

Honey is something that I eat a lot of, multiple times a day actually, and now that I have kids, they do as well. I cannot tell you how often I catch them just squeezing honey into their mouths for a sweet treat. With quality in mind, I want to do the best for my family and that’s when in my search I came across Wedderspoon honey.

All Wedderspoon Raw Monofloral and Multifloral Manuka Honey is guaranteed authentic, raw, unpasteurized, & naturally gluten free. Proudly harvested and packed in New Zealand, their Manuka honey contains zero preservatives, artificial ingredients, added sugars or shortcuts.

KFactor 16 is a monofloral honey that is “wholly or mostly” made from the Leptospermum scoparium (Manuka) plant. This means this honey is more of a single-plant extract. KFactor 12 is a multifloral Manuka honey, that is more of a “blend” of Manuka nectars and other floral types.

To reap the digestive benefits of Manuka honey, you should eat 1 to 2 tablespoons of it each day. You can eat it straight or add it to your food. … If you have a sore throat or if you just want to be proactive, try taking 1/2 to 1 tablespoon of Manuka honey each day.

I absolutely love honey in my teas – just make sure you add it once your tea has cooled so it doesn’t take away the health benefits from the honey.

Also, the winter months always bring all sorts of colds, especially this year, and I’ve kept stock of all the Wedderspoon honey drops for our entire family. 

Manuka Honey Drops are made with authentic Organic Manuka Honey and crafted with bee propolis, which helps support a healthy immune system. The Wedderspoon drops with Ginger and Echinacea help to soothe throats and coughs. They are ideal for cold, flu, allergy season or year-round, and often used in tea.

Have you had the opportunity to try Manuka honey? It’s definitely a great opportunity for you to look it to Wedderspoon honey and see how this could benefit your life.

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