Raw TA35+ Jarrah Honey

$21.78$55.18

Jarrah honey is darker, less sweet and more syrup like than other honey you may have tried. An amber coloured honey it has a smooth, strong, full-bodied malt flavour with caramel undertones. This honey is sourced from the Jarradale, Dwellingup and Nannup areas in WA.

All honey contains naturally occurring enzymes that give honey its antimicrobial properties. Scientific testing has found that Western Australian produces honeys that have some of the highest potencies of antimicrobial activity in the world – hence it has amazing healing abilities. This honey has been independently lab tested – with a Total Activity Rating (TA+) of 35+ – this means it has “strong antibacterial activity” (and is the highest rating given for raw honey in Australia).

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Raw TA35+ Jarrah Honey 1kg jar جرة عسل جارا الخام TA35+ 1 كجم

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Zeez Beez – Raw TA35+ Jarrah Honey

About Zeez Beez

Zeez Beez, a family-owned and operated business, actively thrives in the beautiful Perth hills of Roleystone, Western Australia. They pride themselves in the care and effort they put into providing you with the highest quality of products. Their honey is raw, unprocessed and cold-extracted, which means it hasn’t undergone any heat treatment. We meticulously hand-extract most of our products, ensuring they travel directly from the hive to you with the utmost care.

About Jarrah Honey

Jarrah honey is produced by bees from the nectar of Jarrah trees (Eucalyptus marginata). These trees are very slow growing and only found in the native forests in the south western region of Western Australia.

Jarrah honey is a relatively rare honey for several reasons. Firstly, individual trees only produce flowers for a few months every four years. The trees don’t all flower at the same time, rather some trees flower every year, but beekeepers only expect a commercial harvest every two years. Secondly,  natural and controlled bush fires happen in the Jarrah Forests yearly. It takes 4-5 years for the affected trees to flower again limiting the the amount of potential Jarrah honey. Climate change has significantly reduced rainfall in the forest, directly diminishing nectar production.

Jarrah honey has been referred to as both a healing honey and liquid gold. It has a superb, smooth, caramel-like flavour and is packed with beneficial properties.

Jarrah honey is a High Total Activity (TA) honey.

The high TA provides Jarrah honey with many beneficial properties, such as…

  • Antimicrobial activity – has more than double the antimicrobial activity of other medicinal honeys. Try gargling with a spoonful of Jarrah honey to help relieve a sore throat*,
  • Antibacterial activity – which may be useful in healing wounds as it helps maintain a moist wound and its viscosity provides a barrier against infection. The hydrogen peroxide helps kill any bacteria and growth of new skin may be promoted. * and
  • Antifungal activity-studies show it is very effective against Candida species*.

Gut Health and Prebiotics

Jarrah honey is considered a good prebiotic. It contains oligosaccharides and other high order carbohydrates which the good bacteria utilize to make nutrients that the body can use.

Jarrah honey is a very good prebiotic as it promotes production of higher concentration of Butyric Acid (BTA) compared to other honey varieties. BTA is a saturated, short-chain fatty acid which has powerful anti-inflammatory effects. Consumption of foods with a high concentration of BTA is linked to a lowered risk of colon cancer.*

It can help with mouth ulcers and bad breath which are often associated with stomach bacteria such as Helicobacter pylori*.

Glycemic Index (GI) 

Jarrah honey has a unique ratio of fructose to glucose, the two main monosaccharides (sugars) in honey. Jarrah honey has a high proportion of fructose to glucose. As the GI of fructose is very low, the total GI of Jarrah honey is also low.

Low glycemic foods can help reduce insulin response within the body and this can also help improve cholesterol levels. Jarrah honey may be suitable in moderation for diabetics.* This unusual combination of sugars can be useful for endurance and athletic training and increasing stamina.

The low glucose content means that Jarrah honey is less likely to crystallise than most other honeys.

Antioxidants

Honey can be a valuable source of antioxidants or ‘free radical scavengers’. The National Cancer Institute of Australia states that foods with high levels of antioxidants help fight free radicals that attack healthy cells. Antioxidants in honey include organic acids and phytochemicals such as flavonoids.

Jarrah honey’s dark colour indicates the high content of phytochemicals with antioxidant properties. It has more antioxidants compared to Manuka honey, making it a great alternative as a potential natural anti-ageing treatment which may also aid in supporting cell renewal.

What is total activity?

All honey contains naturally occurring enzymes that give honey its antimicrobial properties. Scientific testing has found that Western Australian produces honeys that have some of the highest potencies of antimicrobial activity in the world – hence it has amazing healing abilities. This honey has been independently lab tested – with a Total Activity Rating (TA+) of 35+ – this means it is “Super Strenth – Medical Grade” – this is the highest rating given for raw honey in Australia.

Click this link to see our full range of jarrah products. 

Purchasing over 12 jars or in bulk? Click this link to visit our sister site. 

*Please consult your healthcare professions before using honey for any medicinal purposes*

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    Jane Rush

    Amazing honey and lovely people who produce this honey !!!
    Jane Rush

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    Honey Online

    Wonderful taste and so reasonably priced!
    Chhavi Deswal

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    Honey Online

     Superb product – I especially love the Jarrah honey. Local, unprocessed, healthy and at an affordable price!
    Sophie Henshaw

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