Like manuka honey, Jarrah has unusually strong antibacterial properties but jarrah honey is exceptional because it is 2 to 3 times higher in antioxidants than manuka.
This is why jarrah honey is gaining a reputation as a healing honey thanks to its unique combination of antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.
What is jarrah honey?
Jarrah honey is a monofloral honey, meaning the bees that make this delicious raw honey forage for nectar from mainly one flower: the flowers of a single type of eucalyptus tree that only grows in Western Australia: Eucalyptus marginata.
More and more people are turning to raw honey as a natural product because of its huge variety in taste and because it can make a good substitute for refined sugar.
Ogilvy’s Raw Jarrah Honey offers what consumers want: a high quality, natural product that is produced in a natural and pristine environment, and is sourced from trustworthy beekeepers.
Jarrah to overtake position of manuka in China
Beekeepers in Western Australia have reported that demand for raw jarrah honey is increasing to such an extent, especially in China, that they predict that jarrah honey will soon overtake the position of manuka honey thanks to its healing properties.
Ogilvy’s Raw Jarrah Honey
Fortunately, you don’t have to go to China to get your hands on a jar of jarrah honey. Try Ogilyv’s Raw Jarrah Honey and test for yourself what a super honey tastes like.