To help cleanse both the mouth and stomach
Manuka is a common ingredient in natural medicine. The honey from its flowers is especially regarded and along with its bark and berries offers many healing properties especially as an antibacterial agent.
This syrup is made from sweet, home-grown oilrich Northland berries, spring leaf tips, summer flowers and the finest sweet Manuka Oil. It provides a refreshing, mildly germicidal morning mouthwash and gargle. It’s a perfect morning tea pick-me-up. It also relieves halitosis. Mouth and breath freshener.
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Oils & Ethers
Mandarin (Citrus reticulata (also known as Citrus nobilus, madurensis, unshiu, deliciosa)) Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) Melissa (Lemon balm) (Melissa Officinalis)
Cayenne pepper or Chilli (Capsicum minimum) Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium)
Carrageen (Irish Moss) (Chondrus crispus)
Celtic sea salt (Mer Sal) Citric acid (From the latin word ‘citrus’) Ethanol alcohol () Glycerine (veg) () Iodine (Iodas (‘violet-coloured’) – Greek) U.V. Light-Treated Rain Water ()
Taken undiluted at ½ to 5ml, or add 1 teaspoonful to 20mls of water, gargle and swallow before food to cleanse the gut.
Dietary advice: Avoid – mucus-forming foods such as gluten, egg-white, chocolate, sugar, dairy, polyunsaturated oils, regular salt. Adopt – gluten-free grain foods, whole foods (greens, fruits, nuts, seeds), unprocessed coconut oil, 1022 Celtic & NZ Sea Salt with kelp, oxygen-rich water.
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