Comvita UMF 5+ Manuka Honey is one of nature's special gifts. Sourced from some of New Zealand's most pure and remote locations, it is renowned for its unique flavour and can be beneficial to your health.
Manuka honey has much higher levels of methylglyoxal than other honeys and is considered ‘active’, as it doesn’t lose potency when exposed to external elements including heat or light. The UMF testing 5+ process measures all three signature compounds, Leptosperin, DHA and Methylglyoxal, that together indicate high quality, authentic Manuka.
Trials have indicated that manuka honey can heal wounds and skin ulcers that haven't responded to standard treatments. Manuka honey is antimicrobial and antiviral. It is also an antioxidant that can help to increase vitality and immunity.
New Zealand Customers
Bee products are not allowed to be imported into New Zealand. We cannot stop you from ordering and not every order gets seized but it is of course at your own risk.
Comvita® UMF® 5+ Manuka Honey contains pure New Zealand Manuka Honey.
How to use:
Comvita® UMF® 5+ Manuka Honey can be used as a delicious spread. For preferred honey consistency, warm to soften or refrigerate to firm.
A teaspoon of honey 2-3 times per day, straight off the spoon or in a herbal tea may soothe sore throats or assist with digestive upsets.
Not suitable for children under one year of age.
People who are allergic to bees or have high blood sugar levels need to exercise care.
Connecting people to nature and good health. That's how it all started in 1974. Today Comvita continues that vision by researching and selecting sources of natural ingredients, carefully tending and harvesting them to preserve their purity.
In 1974 Comvita founders Claude Stratford and Alan Bougen imagined people living healthy lives. Bees were their inspiration, and honey their medicine.
From humble beginnings in 1974, and now with over four decades of perfecting their beekeeping craft, they are proud to be the trusted leader in Manuka Honey. The company have over 40,000 hives and are committed to growing relationships with their beekeepers. The company give back to the community through the Trees for Bees research program and many other sustainability initiatives.