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Fewster’s Farm Jarrah honey TA/UMF 20,  250 gm

30.00 KWD

Jarrah honey is one of the rarest types of honey, it blooms every two years. This area is one of the last free of diseases and pests in the world.

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Fewster’s Farm Jarrah honey TA/UMF 20, 250 gm

Equivalent to MGO 829

Product of Australia

Jarrah honey is one of the rarest types of honey. It blooms every two years. Australia has protected the Jarrah Forest from harmful urbanization. This makes it one of the few places in the world free from diseases and pests, and still a haven for many varieties of flora and fauna.

We chose Jarrah honey for the presence of a lot of research and studies showing its quality and strength. It is even more powerful than Manuka honey in antimicrobials. This has been published by Australian research.

The definitive research conducted by the Western Australian Department of Agriculture and Food also identified the antibacterial properties of Jarrah honey. Jarrah’s high antimicrobial performance was independently corroborated by molecular biologists working at the University of Sydney. Antimicrobial quality is measured in terms of total activity (TA) as the rate of TA indicates the strength of the honey.

Benefits of Jarrah honey: –

Sores and sore throat.

Gargling with Jarrah honey also helps relieve a sore throat. It fights stomach bacteria known as H. pylori, which causes ulcers and offensive breath, improving the GIT’s effectiveness.

Mouth sores often occur after chemotherapy and can be very painful and uncomfortable. Put a teaspoon of Jarrah honey in your mouth and keep it in your mouth for as long as possible to promote healing.

Wounds and burns

Apply Jarrah honey directly to the wound or sore spot to help it heal. Spread honey over the affected area, apply gauze or a bandage and keep it dry. And the next day, you can notice the wonderful healing abilities of Jarrah honey.

Jarrah honey is also useful in helping to relieve burns (including sunburn) and it is advisable to apply raw Jarrah honey daily.

Fructose is absorbed more slowly and evenly than glucose, which means it’s ideal for hard training and diabetics. Foods high in fructose such as jarrah honey, help burn fat while you sleep, increasing endurance as a result. It can also help in dealing with diseases such as diabetes.

Fewster Farm Honey has been gathered from ancient forests and woodlands in Western Australia since 1916, a 100-year practice. Jarrah Honey is nectar gathered by bees from the flowers of the Jarrah Tree. Its medium to semi-dark amber coloring has a rich and full-bodied flavor, rating highly among top food critics and chefs. Due to its low glucose content, Jarrah Honey will not crystalize, unlike other honey. Jarrah Honey is gaining popularity after its anti-microbial and anti-oxidant effects have been found by scientists to surpass even Manuka honey. As Jarrah trees flower only every other year and are in short supply because of diminishing forest reserves, unpredictable climate, and wildfires. Jarrah honey will continue to become more limited as its unique qualities are recognized by discerning customers.

 

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