low GI index
Jarrah honey has a low glucose to fructose ratio compared to other honey which makes it low GI and won't spike your blood sugar making it a healthy sweetener option. Jarrah honey has approximately 52% fructose, 22% glucose and 0.3% sucrose.
Jarrah honey’s high activity is produced by hydrogen peroxide forming enzymes added to the honey by the bees. The hydrogen peroxide in honey is at a very low concentration and is gentle on the gut microbiome and topically for skin cells
Jarrah honey is a dark amber honey with a high mineral content than most other honeys. Its dark colour reflects the content of pigments with antioxidant properties.
Jarrah honey has been found to have an elevated content of Butyric acid and high amounts of pre-biotics and pro-biotics. Research shows just a small amount of honey can affect not only the balance of the types of bacteria living in our gut, but can also be beneficial in preventing the onset and progression of gut-related diseases
Due to its high antioxidant levels, Jarrah honey may support active skin cell renewal and stimulate collagen and elastin production, along with fighting acne. Studies show that when applied topically, its antioxidants support skin-cell turnover as well as collagen and elastin production.
Honeys that are rich in antioxidants, such as Jarrah honey, are likely to increase the antioxidant capacity of burn wounds and mop up free radicals leading to reduced oxidative stress. The antimicrobial and immunomodulatory properties of honey may also positively encourage the wound healing process in burn wounds.