What is Jarrah Honey and how can I use it?


Raw Jarrah Honey

What is RAW Jarrah Honey?

There is nothing quite like Jarrah Honey.  It’s a natural healing honey that is highly prized around the world.  Jarrah honey is produced by bees using the nectar from the jarrah tree.  The Jarrah tree is only found in remote locations around Western Australia, and has only one flowering season once every two years.  This means that it is a very rare honey to come by.  All raw honey contains natural occurring enzymes that gives honey its antimicrobial properties.  But Jarrah honey has one of the highest potencies of antimicrobial activity in the world.  This is what makes it one of the most sort after honeys in the world.

 

Antimicrobial & antifungal

The antimicrobial quality of Jarrah honey is measured by the term “total Activity (TA)” The TA is like a bacteria killing scale. The higher the TA the greater the antimicrobial strength of the honey.   Not all honey has the same level of antimicrobial power as Jarrah honey.  Because of this antifungal super power, Jarrah honey is used to help treat everything from skin infections and wounds to sore throats and coughs.

 

How can I Use it?

The benefits and uses for this amazing healing honey is endless.  Here are our top 5 uses for Jarrah honey

 

Wound Dressing 

Jarrah can be used in medical dressing to help kill bacteria in infected wounds or burns.  It also help by providing a physical barrier to bugs entering the wound. Apply directly to the wound.  Can be used on humans and animals

Coughs and colds

A spoonful of RAW Jarrah Honey mixed in warm water helps to soothe the pain of sore throats and eases irritating coughs. 

Mouth Ulcers

Rolling a spoonful of RAW Jarrah Honey around the mouth for a few moments can help to ease the sting caused by mouth ulcers

Antioxidant Drink

Put a spoonful of pure Jarrah Honey in a cup of hot water and sip.  This is equivalent to one serve of an antioxidant

Low GI

Jarrah honey has a lower glucose level than other honeys (it is higher in fructose).  And therefore can be suitable in moderation for people with diabetes (consult your doctor first).  For this reason Jarrah honey also takes longer to crystallise than other honeys that are generally higher in glucose.

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