The best part is, because they’re made with smooth, sweet honey, you won’t have to worry about that harsh medicine flavour that usually comes with cough syrups.
Prep a jar of these four nourishing syrups ahead of time, and enjoy a spoonful of goodness whenever you need it.
Create the ultimate spoonful of goodness with this garlic, ginger and Capilano Manuka Honey cough syrup.
Take by the spoonful, or use in your savoury recipes!
Create your own homemade cough syrup with bioactive Manuka honey, zesty lemon and thyme leaves.
Dilute in warm water for a herbal and fragrant tea.
Berry sweet and soothing for the kids! Simply combine frozen or fresh berries, bioactive Capilano Manuka honey and a hint of mint. Cough syrup never tasted so good.
Keep in the refrigerator for up to two months, shaking before use
Searching for a natural remedy to get rid of your dry, sore throat? Manuka does the trick when added to a fresh, zingy cough syrup.
When sealed, this syrup can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 months.
Honey has been an essential home remedy for thousands of years. Modern research has shown that some honeys, like Australian Manuka Honey, are many times more active than others.
Active Manuka Honey is prized for its health-supporting properties, and has been widely studied for its antimicrobial, and wound healing effects.
Research further suggests that Manuka can aid digestion, soothe sore throats and put an energetic spring in your step. Containing a range of minerals, trace elements, vitamins, polyphenols, proteins and enzymes to form a soothing, potent and naturally healing ingredient!
Honey can contain enzymes such as phosphatase, amylase, glucose oxidase, invertase, diastase and catalase.
Honey has been found to contain small amounts of 54 different minerals and elements including potassium, sodium, iron, B vitamins and vitamin C.
Phenolics such as courmaric acid, gallic acid and caffeic acid contribute to the antioxidant properties of honey.
· Molan 2011 article: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16543212/
· Johnston 2018 article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6613335/
· Bean, A. (2012). Investigating the Anti-inflammatory Activity of Honey (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/6218
Soothing, potent and naturally healing - authentic Australian Manuka Honey is one of nature's sweetest superfoods.