Ways To Stay Healthy With Manuka Honey

*This post was sponsored, but all opinions are my own.*

Manuka honey on blanket in front of picnic basket and straw purse with flowers, a towel, and bottle of wine

Flat lay Manuka honey jar, honey straws, salted caramel chocolates, cup of tea

Manuka honey salted caramel chocolates close up in package

Flat lay Manuka honey jar, honey straws, salted caramel chocolates, cup of tea

I recently received a package of Manuka honey goods from Pacific Resources International. The first time I heard of Manuka honey was oddly from Kourtney Kardashian on TV. Read on to learn about ways to stay healthy with Manuka honey.


The list of health benefits from Manuka honey ranges from healing a sore throat, burns, colds, as well as digestive illnesses and even curing gingivitis or Staph infections. It has a unique UMF component that’s heat tolerant and your body will not affect the healing properties.

Manuka honey is produced in New Zealand from bees that pollinate the Manuka tree. This makes it one of the most unique honeys in the world. The vitamin and mineral content in Manuka honey is as much as 4X higher than other raw honeys.

Many companies claim to sell manuka honey, when in fact it’s produced outside of New Zealand. Pacific Resources International stays within the strict regulations, and even puts a batch number on the bottom of each container. They are the first company to import Manuka honey to America.


One of the ways I enjoy Manuka honey is in a warm glass of green tea, paired with their salted honey caramels. Another way I like to get my daily dose of honey is with a cheese board. It’s perfect for taking along on a picnic, too.

If you’ve ever used manuka honey in your health regime, I’d love to know. Leave me a comment on your experience. I can also tell you more about the benefits if you have any questions.

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S. Casey

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