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Manuka Honey

MGO 250+

MGO 250+ for antibacterial benefits. There’s honey. And there’s Blis Raw & Organic Manuka Honey. The latter is pure gold, packed with antibacterial properties and collected from the lush coastal paradise of Nelson, New Zealand.

The benefits.

  • May ease symptoms of fungal or bacterial infections (antimicrobial properties)
  • Helps treat wounds, burns, sores and boils (antibacterial properties)
  • Helps prevents tooth decay and gingivitis (antibacterial properties)
  • Can help treat sore throats (antiviral properties)
  • May decrease inflammation in individuals with IBS (antioxidants)

What goes in.

Certified Organic Manuka honey.

What's kept out.

Water, fillers and additives.

Did you know?

Did you know many cheaper alternatives of honey are swimming with fillers and additives? Water is often added to dilute it, and glucose and other cheap sugars are occasionally mixed in to make it taste sweeter. While Egmont honey is pure, it’s important to remember that all honey is high in natural sugar and therefore may affect blood sugar levels.


Sourced from the coastal paradise of Nelson/Tasman region, New Zealand. 

Hot tip.

If you’re applying honey to wounds at home, apply the honey to a dressing first, then apply the dressing to the skin. It’s less mess, which means less waste!


A wholeheartedly blis-ful company. Blis was born out of the dream for a fairer, better, healthier and more sustainable future for all. In the Nelson - Tasman region of New Zealand, a coastal paradise exists. Surrounded by three national parks, Blis bees make their home amongst the beautiful crystal-clear streams and enchanting native forests. It is there with love, passion and the most natural biodynamic beekeeping methods possible, where Blis’s precious honey is created. Blis work harmoniously with the bees and nature, by going beyond organic and adhering to strict Biodynamic standards. This is unlike many conventional beekeeping practices that are harmful to the bees, their hives and their long-term survival.