FAQs

“Which species of Leptospermum spp. does your manuka honey come from?”

Our manuka honey is a locally varying mix of several native Leptospermum honeys:

  • Leptospermum Polygalifolium (Active)
  • Leptospermum Liversidgeii (Active)
  • Leptospermum Juniperium (Active)
  • Leptospermum Whiteii (Active)
  • Leptospermum Petersonii (Active)
  • Leptospermum Laevigatum (Considered Inactive)
  • Leptospermum Trinervium (Considered Inactive)
  • Leptospermum Semibacattum (Considered Inactive)

The specific activity (MGO or NPA Rating) of each batch of honey is determined by many compounds within the honey that act together using Synergy to provide the unique properties of our Active Manuka Honey, the most important of these is Methylglyoxal (MGO).

We are beekeepers producing our own manuka honey sourced by bees foraging on our local flora. Made by bees, packed by us, just for you.