Introducing PRI’s New Australian Manuka Honey! Manuka Honey is collected with care from the down under native Manuka trees in Australia. Australia has over 80 Manuka species within it’s native remote forests, including the same native Leptospermum scoparium species that is found in New Zealand. This diverse environment allows for the highest quality Manuka Honey … More Australian Manuka Honey
MG (Methylglyoxol) is found in a range of food products including wine, beer, roasted coffee, bread, dairy products, soy sauce and lipids (fats). But the reason we are talking about it is because it also constitutes the major part of the total antibacterial activity found in New Zealand Manuka honey. MG is thought to increases … More What is Methylglyoxol?
The holidays are here and you know as well as I that all thoughts of eating well go right out the window. There is chocolate, candy, Christmas dinner and the like to enjoy. There are work parties and home parties and so much more over our wonderful holiday season. But, don’t worry Pacific Resources is … More Eat well even over Christmas!
By Peter Berk Fake Manuka Honey Continues To Saturate U.S. Market With more consumers learning about the considerable culinary and wellness attributes of New Zealand Manuka Honey every day, it’s no surprise that numerous brands are trying to capitalize on this lucrative trend by offering knock-off products that deflect their lower quality by selling for … More Buyer Bee-Ware!
There are lots of articles out there that talk about how great Manuka honey is for wound care and how it can kill different bacteria but unless you have a science degree or a keen interest in how bacteria works its pretty difficult to understand how it actually does this. So let me break it … More What does Manuka honey do to bacteria, exactly?