Our Ingredients

What makes logo with Manuka Honey different?

  • Unique formulation
  • Combination of Papaya (Paw Paw) and Bio Active Manuka Honey 20+
  • Has a high level of Papaya (Paw Paw)
  • Only PapayaGold uses a therapeutic strain of Manuka Honey
  • Lighter formulation providing ease of application
  • PapayaGold tubes are hygienic, unbreakable and have a tamper evident seal that is effective and easy to remove.

Attributes of key ingredients of Papaya and Manuka Honey

Papaya (Paw Paw)

  • Antibacterial
  • Antimicrobial

Manuka Honey

  • Antibacterial
  • Antimicrobial
  • Antiviral
  • Antiseptic
  • Anti-inflammatory

Our Ingredients

Papaya (Paw Paw)

Paw Paw (Papaya) has been cultivated for centuries for its medicinal properties. Its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties have generated the most interest and have been develop into a number of topical products.

For many years, people have sought after the Paw Paw not only for its delicious flavour, but also it health benefits. Paw Paw is the common name for Carica Papaya, a tropical fruit tree that has long been utilised as a traditional medicine for a range of ailments and conditions. The Paw Paw is loaded with fibre and vitamins such as A, C and E and is believed to have healing qualities. Aside from ingesting the papaya, people have found that when applied topically on the skin, it helps alleviate many troublesome conditions. Thus papaya ointment was developed to assist a number of skin conditions.

Manuka Honey, an alternative medicine

Alternative medicines are constantly gaining in popularity and natural healing sources such as Manuka Honey is growing in demand as the word gets out.

Manuka Honey is one of those rare products that can be taken internally, like other types of honey, but also can be used externally. It has antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and an antiseptic.

Manuka Honey ‘has wound-healing qualities’
6 February 2012 | By the Press Association

Scientists have suggested that Manuka Honey could have a benefit in the treatment of stubborn wounds. Researchers from Cardiff University said that the “miracle” honey can tackle the bacteria that make some wounds difficult to treat.

Manuka Honey Bio Active Rating

  • 0 – 4        Not Detectable
  • 5 – 9        Maintenance Level – No therapeutic value
  • 10 – 15    Useful Levels
  • 16+        Very high active levels – Therapeutic
  • Measures of antibacterial strength – University of Waikato

Honeys aren’t Honeys

  • Manuka Honey is sourced from bees that have taken the nectar from the flowers of a Manuka tree
  • Grown at altitude, this honey is known to have therapeutic properties
  • Samples from each hive are tested at the University of Waikato in New Zealand to determine the antibacterial properties. This then establishes the Bio Active Number.