Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Honeymark Manuka Honey Review!!
I'm sure most of you are familiar with the natural goodness of honey, and it is one of my favorite go-to for sweetener, an addition to my sandwich or favorite recipe, and even for some natural cures. Recently, I learned about a honey that takes my love for honey one step further!
Honeymark is an importer and distributor of natural Manuka Honey. For anyone unfamiliar with Manuka Honey, it is a monofloral honey produced in New Zealand from the nectar of the manuka tree. Purported to be one of, if not the, most effective and tasty honey in the world, I am now, after trying some Manuka Honey, completely in agreement.
I received a jar of the original Manuka Honey from Honeymark. I decided to try it out as a sweetener in my tea, and I absolutely love the flavor it adds! The Manuka Honey is very rich, and has almost a woodsy hint in the taste. It's very easy to spread on a piece of toast, or add to a recipe; the consistency is somewhat like a caramel syrup. I discovered that with Manuka Honey, a little bit goes a ling way. I have been using this quite a bit, and still have close to 3/4 of the jar left.
Manuka Honey can also be used for various skin concerns. It has unique antibacterial properties, and can be used to dress wounds, apply to fungal skin conditions, and has even been reported to help with acne. The uses are endless, and I highly recommend you try some Manuka Honey for yourself-you'll become a fan in no time flat! Check out Honeymark today; they even offer flavored Manuka Honey!!
"Honeymark is an importer of Manuka honey and a distributor of natural Manuka honey products. When Honeymark was founded, we believed that Manuka Honey was an untapped resource that, once more recognized, will become widely accepted and regularly used. Since then, we have seen this come to fruition.
Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine; all quotes taken from the Honeymark website. I was not required to post favorably about the product or company.
Posted by Hope at 1:33 PM