Maharishi Honey
 
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Nutritional Benefits

Research Results
Maharishi Honey offers a unique combination of nutritional benefits, containing a wide array of:

 • Vitamins: such as Vitamin B6, Vitamin C1, Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Pantothenic Acid, Folic Acid, Biotin. Research has repeatedly shown that Maharishi Honey offers a unique combination of nutritional benefits, containing a wide array of vitamins.

 • Essential minerals: such as Calcium, Copper, Chromium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Selenium, Silicon, Phosphorous, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc. Research has repeatedly shown that Maharishi Honey offers a unique combination of nutritional benefits, containing a wide array of essential minerals.

 • Amino acids: 21 amino acids (including 7 essential amino acids), the building blocks of protein. The large array of different amino acids in Maharishi Honey demonstrates its richness and forms a clear ‘finger print’ denoting its authenticity and purity, the characteristics of an excellent quality honey.

 • Antioxidants: Using the ORAC analysis (normal range for honey 1 6) which measures the scavenging capacity of antioxidants against the peroxyl radical, which is one of the most common reactive oxygen species in the body, Maharishi Honey was found to be high in antioxidant activity, and in almost every case in the upper range (4 6), and even above the range (7 12), establishing new criteria for the laboratory.

The beneficial qualities of Maharishi Honey and its purity are documented by extensive laboratory testing for each batch of Maharishi Honey in Europe, Japan, and USA.

Maharishi Honey was examined by W.E.J. Laboratory, Hamburg, Germany, one of Europe ’s leading independent commercial laboratories for chemical and biological analysis; and by the Institut für Honig-Analytik Dr. C. Lüllmann, Quality Services International GmbH, Bremen, Germany, a leading testing laboratory in Europe.

Maharishi Honey was found to have antibacterial properties when tested by the Food Research Laboratory, Tokyo Food Sanitation Association, Tokyo, Japan, a leading centre for food analysis. Tests found that Maharishi Honey has an even higher antibacterial activity than Manuka Honey UMF 10 a, UMF 20 a, and UMF 30 a, which is well known throughout the world for its antibacterial activity. (Refer to Honey Research.)

Maharishi Honey was found to have antioxidant properties when tested by Brunswick Laboratories, Wareham, MA, USA, the leading laboratory on the ORAC assay in the USA. Antioxidant activity is only one of honey’s many medicinal components. Research conducted at Brunswick Laboratories found that Maharishi Honey has significant antioxidant activity, compared to the normal range available in honey. (Refer to Honey Research.)

A Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) of 10, 20, and 30 are very high ratings for antibacterial activity among all varieties of Manuka Honey, considered an ultrapremium quality honey. In the UMF test, honey is given a rating by comparing its antibacterial properties with phenol.

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