Warrior honey at your service

It is generally known that the Maori were famous warriors, recognizable by their specific tattoos on their faces, Haka dance, and fearlessness.

Unlike most indigenous cultures, the Maori were never conquered or enslaved. Instead, they’ve protected native biodiversity and cultural heritage values on land across New Zealand.

Although Manuka honey only became popular after the arrival of the early settlers, Mānuka was also well-known by the Maori people for its health and healing properties.

Mānuka/kāhikatoa flowers smell very sweet and provide an important source of pollen and nectar for native bees, flies, moths, beetles, and geckos.

But also, it provides wide antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

So, what exactly do Maori and ManukaNatural have in common?

Before Bill Gluyas (the founder of ManukaNatural) developed a small online market to offer his products to the world, he surprised even the Maori people and their elders.

He asked for their help with plant knowledge.

One of the reasons he did that is because of their incredible tracking skills and impeccable mastery of the territory they inhabit.
Maori are known for being able to “listen” to nature.

Bill worked with Maori people on research of all properties of Manuka honey and other essential oils, thus bringing the world of manuka honey to the purest surroundings as possible. At the same time, he protected the large area of land from the grazing livestock so the endogenous plant species could thrive and give the world the purest Manuka honey.

He did this because he wanted everyone around the world who could benefit from it to do so.

The benefits of using Manuka UMF honey

Ancient Egyptians loved honey for its tasty flavor and medicinal properties. Plenty of research has shown that it can help with wound healing and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. Manuka honey is gaining more recognition because not only does it provide all those fantastic benefits regular honey provides, but it has some unique advantages too!

  • Helps with Wounds (non-peroxide antibacterial activity)
  • Bacteria is not able to build up toleration to its antibacterial effects
  • Helps keep skin healthy
  • Keeps digestive system healthy
  • Helps with sore throat and coughing

What is the process like for getting your own jar of Manuka Honey?

You’re reading this and thinking, hm…I sure would try to taste some of that ManukaNatural’s honey.

The gleaming sterile steel equipment we oversee is used to process the honey and stir it to give it a creamy, smooth texture before it is packed into jars just like yours.

Every jar you order will be tested to check its strength (known as its MGO level).

This check ensures our Manuka honey is just as active when it arrives in your home as it was when it left New Zealand.

Why do we love what we do and how it helps us grow as people?

The World’s leading Manuka supply store is now available to all. We’ve worked hard for years and are honored to be able to bring this healing elixir right at your fingertips, wherever you may live. And we believe in the following:

  • Natural solutions for common skin and conditions
  • Highest quality natural ingredients
  • Sustainability/Freshness of products
  • Non-GMO ingredients
  • Environmental protection
  • Reducing exposure to synthetic drugs
  • Reducing exposure to antibiotics
  • Personal service that small companies provide

Questions to ask yourself before you buy a jar of Manuka Honey UMF

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN UMF 5+ AND UMF 18+?

HOW GOOD IS MANUKA HONEY FOR SKIN?

WHY IS THE MANUKA HONEY PRICE HIGHER THAN OTHER KINDS OF HONEY?

WHY DOES PURITY MANUKA HONEY COME IN CLEAR JARS AND NOT AMBER JARS?

WHAT MAKES Manuka Natural THE BEST MANUKA HONEY BRAND IN NEW ZEALAND AND THE WORLD?

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM MANUKA NATURAL’S EAST CAPE MANUKA HONEY?

And we’re answering them all.

A HERO can be built from ZERO and begin from where you stand with what you have! And now you have a natural food and warrior remedy in one.

And it’s easy to incorporate into your daily routine.

That’s not all.

We carry an extensive range of health and beauty products, including healing creams and Manuka oil.

Because in the end, this warrior honey story doesn’t end.

It just begins.

2 thoughts on “Warrior honey at your service

    1. Yes they were, by crushing the seed pods and leaves, making a poultice to dress wounds and a drink for intestinal problems. However the Māori did not have honey before the Europeans brought honey bees from the Northern Hemisphere in the 1820’s

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