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Eucalyptus raw honey is a good antiseptic because of its germicidal properties. Eucalyptus raw honey has a golden color and sweet flavor and of course tends to have a special herbal flavor with a hint of menthol.
Iron Bark honey is delicious drizzled over dainty crepes, which can be filled with a combination of honey, cream cheese and raisins.
Leatherwood honey comes from Tasmania and is one of its rarest and finest honey. Leatherwood (Eucryphia lucida) is a tree that grows in the forests of Tasmania’s wild west coast, from the northwest in such places as the Tarkine and through the South West Wilderness.
Iron Bark Honey is the perfect drizzler. It has attractive amber and orange flashes. Iron Bark honey is delicious drizzled over dainty crepes, which can be filled with a combination of honey, cream cheese and raisins.
Stringy Bark Eucalyptus honey is usually dark in color and has slightly tart taste. Has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Wild leatherwood honey boasts prebiotic properties that both suppress bad bacteria and assist in the growth of beneficial organisms in the body. Leatherwood honey has long been used for treating wounds, cuts, sores, ulcers, burns, infections and abrasions.