Purpose Raw honey is a good source of natural sweetness. Jarrah honey is known as the healing honey. It has a low glycemic index, is high in minerals and has a high level of fructose.
Most of all, it’s highly anti-microbial. In fact, the Western Australian Department of Agriculture “believe(s) the activity in Jarrah honey to be about 50% higher than Manuka, the world famous New Zealand honey recognised for its healing properties.”* Jarrah honey can even be used to treat wounds, burns and skin infections.
Most honeys available in shops today are heat-processed and filtered to improve their appearance and ease of handling. Processing honey removes and destroys much of the health-promoting qualities of the honey. For the same reason, it is not advisable to mix with very hot water or cook with it.
Jarrah Honey is from a family-run operation in Western Australia. The honey is collected from virgin forests using traditional methods. It is not filtered or heat-treated. It therefore retains its natural phytonutrients, enzymes, antioxidants, propolis, pollen, vitamins and minerals for your good health.