Upper respiratory-tract infections (URTI) occur most commonly in childhood. On average, a healthy three-year old child suffers from 6-10 colds per year. These types of colds are generally mild but the symptoms can cause a fever and make your child irritable, lethargic and uncomfortable. According to the world health organization, respiratory infections account for 20% … Continue reading Propolis for Children, help them breath
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 … Continue reading Buyer Bee-Ware!
Energy Gels are the latest rage for endurance athletes and weekend warriors that want to get better overall performance including increased energy, extra calories and replenishing electrolytes. However, these energy gels contain processed ingredients; so the savvy and more health-conscious athletes look for more natural alternatives (and better tasting).
We’ve discussed the many ways that propolis is good for us and our families but we haven’t looked at why bees collect propolis in the first place. Propolis a plant based resin is used to give a hive structure and to protect it against predators, microbes and pathogens. Bees collect propolis and distribute it throughout … Continue reading Used for both architecture and immune support, propolis, a bee’s sucess
This blog article is intended to give clarity to consumers that they are buying certified Manuka Honey that contains antibacterial properties. Mark Twain once penned, “There are lies, damn lies, and statistics!” Too often slick marketers confuse consumers through misdirection – and that includes manipulating the grading systems of Manuka Honey. But First, Why Manuka … Continue reading Bee Informed: The Definitive Guide to Rating Manuka Honey
Pacific Sea Salt is a natural assistant for balance, protection, and restoration of the body and skin. New Zealand’s Pacific Sea Salt is obtained from solar evaporation of sea water. This is one of the major differences from modernly refined salt. This powerful salt contains a variety of minerals that play a role in keeping … Continue reading Make Pacific Sea Salt Part of Your Beauty Arsenal.
By Bob, Snacking is everyone’s favorite pastime. We eat to live but live to eat as well. With so many food options and the constant bombardment of the media, advertising, and our own sweet tooth, we seem to be thinking about food all the time. The downside of snacking is that it can lead to … Continue reading The Importance of Snacking
Manuka Honey has many benefits. But it also has tons of skin and hair benefits. Manuka Honey is a great moisturizer that fights aging, and bacteria. Plus, it’s loaded with nutrients, antioxidants, and healing compounds. Here are a few hacks to make the best out of our 100% raw New Zealand Manuka Honey. 1. … Continue reading 8 Manuka Honey Beauty Hacks to Add to Your Routine.
Surprisingly there is little research evaluating the types of solutions and products women insert into their vagina and the effects these products can have on vaginal health. With bacterial vaginosis and candida infections causing between 5 and 10 million clinic visits annually you would think the government would want to develop a better understanding of … Continue reading Whats in Your Lube?
Propolis contains more than 300 compounds, most of which are in the form of polyphenols. Polyphenols help fight disease and reverse damage to the body. Propolis contains a polyphenol known as flavonoids. These are typically for protection of the plant but are found to have antioxidant properties for humans. Research shows that propolis helps to … Continue reading Propolis Soap; freedom from inflammation