Sugar has many forms and a favorite of many is Manuka honey. Whether consumed on its own or in combination with other ingredients to create a wonderful desert this form of sweetness is a nectar of the gods. Manuka honey as we know is from the Manuka tree of New Zealand and it contains the … Continue reading Manuka – a substitute for sugar
We have talked about propolis before but it has so many active properties that benefit health it is hard to fit it all into one article. Propolis is a resin that bees use to protect their hive from bacteria and more. Recent studies, specifically on New Zealand propolis, have shown that it also contains the … Continue reading Propolis… Never ending Benefits
The first thing you might think when you hear that a product contains bee venom is that the bees are harmed in the collection. However, the good news is that since the 1960’s a non-invasive method has been used to extract the venom. It’s called elctro-shock collection but its not as bad as it sounds. … Continue reading Bee venom, Life and Death in a Sting
So, you’ve probably heard by now that there are different types of salt out there and if you haven’t you’ve been missing out! Unfortunately, salt is consumed in quantities in excess of what we need on a day-to-day basis but it has been found to be good sources of other trace minerals* that our bodies … Continue reading The Salty Facts
Make your 4th of July POP with this fun and healthy Manuka Honey Popcorn the entire family will love! Yield: 16, 1-cup servings (if 3 batches are made) Ingredients 1 tbsp canola or vegetable oil 3 to 4 tbsp Manuka Honey (Try with our Manuka Honey 5+) approximately 1/8 tsp gel food coloring (wilton or … Continue reading Manuka Honey Popcorn
New Zealand Bee pollen is collected by our honeybees from the stamens of the diverse range of flora only found in New Zealand's pristine country side. Due to the diversity found no where else, New Zealand Bee Pollen has one of the highest ratings for this superfood. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes and … Continue reading Bee Pollen – the New Zealand Superfood?
I should have thought and or known, as I have grown up using Manuka honey for scrapes and cuts, enjoying it on toast or in my tea as well as taking the higher level activity Manuka Honey to help fight off colds and flu, but never once did I think to apply Manuka Honey to Canker sores! … Continue reading Manuka Honey in the Fight against Canker Sores
Manuka Honey and Charcoal Mask Ingrediants: 1 TBSP Activated Charcoal Powder 1 TBSP Manuka Honey UMF 15+ , also works well with our Bio Active Range of Manuka honey 1 TBSP Greek Yogurt Directions: -Mix all of your ingredients together until they are well blended. -Cleanse face before applying mask…then apply evenly to your whole … Continue reading Manuka Honey and Charcoal Mask
Have you ever stopped to think about the difference between Raw and non-raw honey? We at Pacific Resources believe that this difference is monumental! Processing honey not only affects the basic taste and look of honey but also takes away the nutrition value that you get from eating raw honey. Raw natural honey is best … Continue reading Raw Honey VS Processed Honey
Sweeteners……the choice these days can be overwhelming. Which is best…less calories…lowest glycemic index…how can we know for sure what is best for our bodies? We at Pacific Resources, http://www.shoppri.com are taking the time to try and help with this when it comes deciding between the popular Agave sweetener versus using raw natural Honey. Our bodies … Continue reading Agave better than Raw Honey…..not this time!