Collected from the beehives in remote regions of Australia, Origins Organic Raw Honey is unprocessed and unfiltered, retaining its flavour and nutrients and making it ideal for daily consumption. Enjoy an all-natural honey that is delicate, unique and delicious.
Collected from the beehives in remote regions of Australia, Origins Natural Raw Honey is unprocessed and unfiltered, retaining its flavour and nutrients and making it ideal as a natural sugar substitute for daily consumption. Enjoy an all-natural honey that is creamy and smooth.
Origins Manuka Honey Blend is collected from the pure and untouched Australian Manuka Flora. This premium honey contains Methylglyoxal, known for antibacterial properties. Its unique and rich flavour as well as natural health properties make it ideal for daily dietary intake.
Our Natural and Organic Raw Honey is safe to be consumed raw. You may add it to your drink for a refreshing and tasty beverage.
To reap the digestive benefits of Manuka Honey Blend, take 1-2 tablespoons of it each day. Eat it straight or add it to your drinks or spread it thinly over a slice of whole grain toast.
Coat the inner lining of the throat for a soothing sensation and relief
Keep skin free of bacteria which accelerates the skin’s healing process
Help deter microbial infections in the wound by keeping wound environment moist and protected
Reduce inflammation in easily irritable bowels
Attack harmful oral bacteria that reduces the incidences of plaque formation and tooth decay
Q: 1. What is the difference between Origins Raw Honey and Origins Manuka Honey Blend?
A: All products within the Origins honey range are 100% natural, raw and unfiltered from the remote regions of Australia so that the honey retains its natural taste, texture, enzymes and pollen. Origins Manuka Honey is derived from the manuka nectar-producing plants which contain special compounds such as MGO (methylglyoxal), naturally present in manuka flowers. MGO is the organic compound responsible for manuka honey's strong antibacterial properties and is ideal for daily consumption. It has great taste and aroma and therefore provides the health benefits of honey and manuka together.
Q: 2. What is the recommended way of preparing honey?
A: Honey should be consumed ideally at either room temperature or warm water at a maximum of 45 degrees Celsius, a similar temperature as the beehive house. Honey mixed in boiling water can reduce some health benefits of the honey although there is limited evidence to support this claim.
Q: 3. Can young children consume honey?
A: Honey is recommended for children older than 12 months old after they have developed a strong immunity.
Q: 4. How does Origins practice sustainable & ethical beekeeping methods?
A: The collection of our honey involves ethical beekeeping practices which is reflected in our HACCP and SQF certifications. We do not harm the ecosystem of the bees and we allow natural pollination to happen as it is crucial to sustain our natural environment.
Q: 5. Can I consume honey with a metal spoon?
A: You may consume honey with any spoon of your choice. However, there are suggestions that the honey has an acidic pH and may react with a metallic surface.
Q: 6. Is honey suitable for cooking?
A: Honey adds additional moisture to a recipe and is great for baked goods such as breads, cakes, muffins and pies although it may not be advisable to use honey in recipes that require high cooking temperatures.
Q: 7. Is honey suitable for vegetarians?
A: Honey is made from nectar collected from flowers and does not have any animal products. Hence it can be consumed by those who are vegetarian or vegan.
Q: 9. What is the difference between UMF or MGO?
A: UMF and MGO are two individual grading systems. UMF incorporates the measurement of MG (MGO) levels, but also includes additional testing of authenticity markers of the manuka honey such as dihydroxyacetone and leptosperin. UMF is an indicator of the quality and purity of manuka honey. MGO stands for methylglyoxal, the naturally occurring compound that makes manuka honey so unique. An MGO rating is a standardised measure of methylglyoxal content and is an indicator of the quality of manuka honey.