In the native forests of the North Island, in New Zealand, Manuka grows, a plant belonging to the Myrtaceae family. The honey that bees produce from Manuka flowers has the strong, robust and particular aroma of the place of origin; the consistency is rich and intense and brilliant.
Vegetal Progress has been producing Aborigen® honey for almost 20 years now by selected beekeepers in the place of origin; it has been calculated that for obtaining the equivalent of an Aborigen® honey tea (about 4 g), bees must visit 20,000 flowers: this helps to understand how precious this product is and how it is widespread sophistication.
Ever-used by aboriginal populations, this rare and unique monoflore honeys of New Zealand forests has found in its modern scientific research the confirmation of its multiple properties. It is known for unique aroma, amber color and rich and delicate flavor.
The Maors considered the Manuka a medicinal plant; studies carried out since the '90s have highlighted the marked anti-bacterial activity of Manuka honey, also against Helicobacter pylons even at low concentrations.
Ingredients: pure Manuka monofioral honey.
Suitable for: winter illness, respiratory problems, physical and nervous weakness, child nutrition, digestive tract protection.
Suggestions for use: a few teaspoons taken or loose in a lukewarm drink