Pureharvest Organic Raw Honey contains nothing but the full natural flavour of organic honey.
Our raw honey is packed with the full benefits of natural vitamins and minerals.
Use it in your cooking or as a delicious spread.
Health Benefits from Raw Honey
People are turning to alternative medicines for treatment of diseases despite the modern advances in synthetic drugs. We are looking to nature for safe, healthy, time tested remedies. Honey is one of nature’s purest foods for promoting general health. There are so many health benefits to honey; it truly is nature’s super food.
You might be surprised to learn that it is a natural antimicrobial and antioxidant. In terms of antioxidants, darker is better when it comes to honey. Processed honey is heated and filtered, robbing it of natural nutrients. Honey has also been used throughout the ages as an all natural beauty product.
Honey is a powerful booster to the immune system.
Raw honey contains 27 minerals, 22 amino acids and 5,000 live enzymes. It keeps you healthy by fighting disease and boosting the digestive system. One daily spoonful in your tea or spread on your toast is all that is needed to reap these benefits.
Honey is great for cuts and wounds
Honey has been used to treat wounds for thousands of years. The antiseptic properties of honey will clean wounds and inhibit bacterial growth. Its natural antibiotic and antibacterial properties aid in treating cuts and burns. It promotes healing, reduces swelling and prevents infections. Grocery store honey will probably not have the healing benefits you want. Manuka honey contains the most potent antibacterial properties. Manuka bushes are a type of evergreen plant grown in Australia and New Zealand.
If you are trying to lose weight honey can be a beneficial additive to your diet.
Unlike refined sugar, honey contains vitamins and minerals. Refined sugars are void of vitamins and minerals. The body must utilize its store of valuable nutrients to digest refined sugar. This process depletes the supply of minerals essential to dissolve cholesterol and fats. Honey helps metabolize cholesterol and fatty acid preventing obesity. Make a diet drink by adding honey and lemon to a glass of water.
Cleopatra Queen of Egypt was no stranger to the skin enhancing properties of honey. She regularly took milk and honey baths to maintain her youthful appearance. Honey as a natural beauty product has unlimited possibilities. It can be used as a facial mask, hair conditioner, skin moisturizer and more. It is has natural humectants with the ability to replenish the moisture level in skin without adding oil.
Honey is a popular anti aging skin care ingredient in many commercial moisturizers. Using honey as a facial mask will exfoliate, clarify and unclog pores. Honey is a wonderful deep conditioning treatment for dry hair. After shampooing, smooth honey through your hair from root to tip. Be sure to rinse it out completely. Your hair will be left soft, bouncy and full of shine
There are very few foods in the world that can rival honey as an all natural health aid. It is antibacterial, antiviral and will keep your immune system strong. Used on cuts and burns it will promote healing and deter scarring. Honey is also an age old beauty product that will keep you looking young and beautiful. It never expires and can be found in every grocery store.
More and more people are turning to honey as a natural sweetner because they're realising that white sugar is one of the worst foods around.
Honey is actually much sweeter than white sugar and is assimilated directly into the bloodstream very quickly. Honey contains more minerals and enzymes.
Honey has been used as medicine for centuries. All types of honey, both raw and heated, work naturally to harmonise the liver, neutralise toxins and relieve pain.
Its warming/cooling energy is neutral. Honey moistens dryness and treats dry or hoarse throat and dry cough. Both raw and heated types of honey are useful for treating stomach ulcers, cancer sores, high blood pressure and constipation and can be applied directly to burns.
Honey’s sweet toxic removal properties are used to break the cycle of alcoholism. Alcohol is a sugar. Give honey by the spoonful when more alcohol is craved during a hangover. Honey’s harmonising effect is also beneficial when a person is overworked, having menstrual problems or is exhausted.
A small amount of honey is normally adequate for those whose diet is primarily grains and vegetables.
For most purposes, dilute one to three teaspoons of honey in warm water or mix with other food to reduce its strong effect. Heated processed honey should not be used by people with copious amounts of mucus. Raw, completely unprocessed, unheated honey is preferable it has the ability to dry up mucus and is helpful for those with edema and too much weight.
Raw honey is not recommended for infants under 12 months. Raw honey can be obtained from some grocery and natural food stores, or from beekeepers.
Honey has strong probiotic properties. It also has sleep-inducing, sedative and tranquilizing properties.
The nutrients in honey are believed to assist in cancer, heart and other diseases. According to the United States researchers, dark coloured honey, such as buckwheat honey, is generally thought to contain higher levels of nutrients than the light coloured varieties.
Honey also has the same level of disease resistant nutrients as fruits.