There are many reasons to love this beautiful country. At Pacific Resources International we have developed our mission around these four important components. It's a NON-GMO country! New Zealand is one of the very few countries that have strict regulations for GMO. The Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 (HSNO Act) regulates research into … Continue reading Why We ❤️ New Zealand!
What could be more fun than TV binge-watching with munching on a warm bowl of honey popcorn?
Allergic Fungal Sinusitis (AFS) is a common allergic reaction, which occurs in the sinuses of people with a compromised immune system (patients with diabetes or aids).There two different forms of invasive fungal sinusitis varying in severity: acute invasive fungal sinusitis, and chronic invasive sinusitis. While acute invasive fungal sinusitis is the most serious and severe … Continue reading Allergic Fungal Sinusitis
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
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 … Continue reading What is Methylglyoxol?
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 … Continue reading What does Manuka honey do to bacteria, exactly?
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
We’ve heard that manuka honey has fantastic properties and is a bonafide alternative treatment for human patients in clinics throughout the world. But did you know that veterinarians are also using manuka honey? Studies have come to the conclusion that not only are the antibacterial properties of manuka honey good for us but it’s also … Continue reading Veterinary use of 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.
The worker bees have many jobs inside and outside of the hive, and for this reason they out number the drone bees 100 to 1. Inside the hive the worker bee's are assigned to the following roles nurse, queen's attendants, cleaners, undertakers, builders, capper, ripener, and repairers. Like a large factory each bee has it's own … Continue reading House Jobs for the Worker bees