On the slopes of New Zealand, on the edge of the coast, on the edge of the forest, there is a black tea tree called Manuka (Maluka) whose bark and leaves have been used by the New Zealand Aboriginal Maori since ancient times. card It is a plant that no other country has, so its function is unique. In the early summer, its blooming flowers will attract a group of bees to collect nectar from the honey source to brew the unique Manuka honey. The color of honey obtained From Manuka camellia is darker than regular honey and has a bitter taste.
For centuries, Manuka has been used as a natural herb by New Zealand’s Aboriginal Maori, which can be used as an analgesic antipyretic, cold medicine and disinfectant. Originally, New Zealanders did not like this deep-colored, uniquely flavored Manuka honey. So many New Zealand beekeepers discard this Manuka honey directly or sell it to the rancher as a nutritional supplement for the cow. But after a while, the ranchers were surprised to find that cows who drank Manuka honey were more resistant to a variety of diseases than cows that Simply drank brown sugar (the early New Zealand pastures had a tradition of supplementing cows with brown sugar). Since then, the health benefits of Manuka honey have begun to be valued.