What is Manuka Honey?

By |November 27th, 2012|

While we have known for centuries about the health benefits of all types of honey, recent studies have shown that only Manuka has an antibacterial component that sets it apart from other honeys.
Manuka honey mostly comes from the Leptospermum species of plant, which impart the honey with very high levels of a naturally occurring compound […]

Why is Berringa called a Super Manuka Honey?

By |November 27th, 2012|

Berringa is a unique, high grade antibacterial, antimicrobial manuka honey known for its health benefits.
Rich and complex in flavour, this distinct honey comes from pollutant free, unspoilt coastal areas of the Eastern seaboard of Australia.
It is also an antioxidant that can help to increase vitality and support the immune system.
Berringa’s MGO ratings are amongst the […]

Where does Manuka Honey come from?

By |November 27th, 2012|

Many people think manuka honey only comes from New Zealand.

The manuka marketing people from New Zealand have done a great job of persuading the public that the only true source of manuka is New Zealand.

Clever marketing, but it’s not true.
Manuka honey is produced in New Zealand and Australia.

Indeed due to the warmer climate in Australia, […]

How do I use Manuka Honey?

By |November 27th, 2012|

Take 1-2 teaspoons of honey (10g) up to 4 times daily, to take advantage of its many health and wellbeing benefits.

Alternatively you can use manuka as a general sweetener, on your breakfast, in your cooking and of course on bread/toast.

What is Manuka Honey used for?

By |November 27th, 2012|

Isn’t it fantastic that a wholefood that tastes so good has a great range of health benefits! Here are just some:

Prebiotic effect helps to maintain a healthy digestive system and may assist in promoting beneficial bacteria.
Stimulates and can help boost the immune system.
Contains antioxidants that may assist in protecting the body from harmful free radicals.
Provides […]

Can I use Manuka Honey on my skin?

By |November 27th, 2012|

In short yes.
Manuka honey can also be used as follows:

For the symptomatic relief of minor wounds, burns, eczema, psoriasis on the skin and cold sores.
For the treatment of minor skin disorders including wounds, scratches, bruising, cuts and abrasions.
May also assist in the management of scar reduction, dermatitis and minor burns, including sunburn.

Is Manuka Honey used by Medical Professionals?

By |June 29th, 2011|

Again the short answer is yes.
The benefits of high grade/high MGO rating manuka honey are increasingly understood by medical professionals.
Manuka honey is used for wound care in some cases, where the antibacterial and antimicrobial properties are highly valued.

Trials have indicated that manuka honey can heal wounds and skin ulcers that haven’t responded to standard treatment.


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Is there scientific proof that Manuka Honey really works?

By |June 29th, 2009|

Even though honey has been used for the treatment of ailments since ancient times, it is only in relatively recent years that scientific studies and
analysis of the benefits of manuka honey have been undertaken.
Manuka is now gaining increasing acceptance in modern medicine and as an alternative strategy owing to its antibacterial and antimicrobial activity and […]

How does Berringa control the quality of its Manuka Honey?

By |June 29th, 2008|

Each batch of Berringa honey is independently tested for MGO levels in a certified internationally accredited  NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities)
Berringa are also members of the Complementary Healthcare Council of Australia (CHC) and the Australian Wound Management Association (AWMA).


Berringa’s honeys are also 100% natural and don’t contain any artificial preservatives, colours or flavours.