PRI Manuka Honey Products Giveaway

Powered by Mom’s PRI Manuka Honey Products Giveaway

Open to US Only – Ends 4/11

PRI Manuka honey products are amazing from their hand cream, Manuka oil, honey to their jars of honey. PRI doesn’t stop there they also have a range of other fabulous products like sea salt and potato crisps. So many amazing products. Pacific Resources International, PRI, is one of those companies that makes a difference in how you view healthy! So many times we think boring and bland when we think healthy – not anymore!

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Manuka honey products

PRI is the first company to have introduced American consumers to Manuka Honey, which has been used by native New Zealand people for centuries and is known for its unique healing properties. In addition, PRI is a leading importer of Clean Pacific Sea Salt, along with numerous other premium-quality health and culinary products all brought here directly from the pristine bastion of natural splendor that is New Zealand.

The prize pack will consist of:

  • Manuka Honey 5+
  • BioGro Certified Pacific Sea Salt Flaky Salt
  • Manuka Honey Hand Cream
  • Nectar Balm – Manuka Honey & Bee Venom Cream
  • Manuka Oil
  • Manuka & New Zealand Sea Salt Soap
  • Propolis Soap with Manuka Honey & Tea Tree Oil
  • Standardized by Nature – Tea Tree Oil

That’s $100 worth of yummy goodness!  So many health benefits to what we can find in nature.  You can go HERE and see what Beth, from Powered By Mom thought of her goodies from PRI!

Manuka

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Check out this fabulous 5 Minute Honey Face Wash with essential oils DIY

Manuka face wash

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Comments

  1. I’ll add it to my morning tea.
    Thanks for the contest.

  2. I would put the honey in my English Breakfast tea

  3. Barbara Adams says:

    A spoonful midafternoon to prevent sluggishness

  4. Judy Schechter says:

    I’d put the honey in my tea and also drizzle it on my ice cream, yum!

  5. Kathy Pease says:

    I would use it in my tea

  6. Manuka honey has so many health benefits, I would eat a spoonful a day just to be healthier!

  7. Elsie Mangeri says:

    I would add in my tea

  8. Christy Caldwell says:

    I’d absolutely make the face wash with this honey and I would probably put it on my peanut butter sandwich too.

  9. Michelle Proper says:

    I would use it as a sweetener in my homemade organic snacks.

  10. Philip Lawrence says:

    I would make myself beautiful using a Manuka Honey Face Mask

  11. DeeAnn S says:

    I’d like to drizzle this on my almond butter whole grain sandwich! yum

  12. Kimmie B. says:

    I’d put it on my toast and in my oatmeal but i’d like to make the face wash with it.

  13. Julie Murphy says:

    I like to make chicken with honey and bacon

  14. Heather Amos says:

    I would make several things with the honey. I would use it in smoothies, on toast, make lemon honey chicken, and so much more.

  15. I would make baklava

  16. Jennifer H. says:

    I would add it to my toast.

  17. great post on all uses for honey—-and i am, and always have been, a honey monster
    thanks for this chance

  18. Jae Park says:

    I would make my honey teriyaki chicken with it. Also, would add it to my sweet tea. Thanks!

  19. I’d use it in my honey-sugar face scrub!

  20. Perla pantoja says:

    Omg using it for beautiful healthy skin care on the inside and out!
    😍😍

  21. Michelle Castagne says:

    I would use it in my tea and smoothies.

  22. jeanette sheets says:

    with my tea

  23. Lori Williams says:

    I would use it when I make my husband’s raw oatmeal every morning! He loves honey in it!

  24. Lisa V. says:

    I would use it in my tea.

  25. I would use it for my smoothies.

  26. Cynthia Steyer says:

    I would drizzle it on toast!

  27. I can see many uses for this.

  28. I would make some cookies.

  29. Erin Madigan says:

    I would use it for my tea. 🙂

  30. Cindy Peterson says:

    I would use it to make honey cheesecake with raspberries.

  31. gloria patterson says:

    Nothing like a home made biscuit with butter and honey

  32. Tami Arias says:

    I would use it in my morning oatmeal and add it to my protein shakes

  33. What wouldn’t I add Manuka Honey to?! Love honey and so do my kids ~ tea, oatmeal, smoothies, yeast breads, or just on toast ~ yum!

  34. susan smoaks says:

    I would use it in some steel cut oats and make a nice oatmeal.

  35. Ronald Oliver says:

    If I won, I would gift it to my wife. Thanks! 🙂

  36. Jen Dantuma says:

    Everything you wrote about sounds great. I would love to try the SALTED MANUKA HONEY CARAMELS…they sound deliciious!

  37. Jill Hanson says:

    I would use the honey on my to at and in my tea!

  38. Brownies – I always add honey to my brownies to make them chewier.

  39. Lindsay A. says:

    I’d probably make some browned butter blondies!

  40. I would make honey butter for hubby to put on his toast

  41. lisa kay says:

    I would make some Honey Butter

  42. Richard Hicks says:

    I would use it in my smoothies.

  43. Jeanine Carlson says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a chex mix type recipe with honey in it but baked so it isn’t sticky anymore.

  44. Can’t get enough honey

  45. I would love to try Manuka honey in my teas, hot cereal and on muffins and toast!

  46. Candace Galan says:

    I like the idea of making a face wash with essential oils, a body scrub sounds good too.

  47. Sherry Keef says:

    I would use it in my Cream of Wheat.
    I did not know PRI is a leading importer of Clean Pacific Sea Salt.
    Thank you for sharing this with us and for the chance to win.

  48. Mya Murphy says:

    Peanut butter and honey sandwiches and adding to smoothies!!

  49. I would put Manuka honey in my tea because I caught a cold haha! But I’d also use it to sweeten pies and cookies mmm!

  50. Diane Hamel says:

    I’d Sweeten my coffee, hope I win,,,

  51. I’d make some pancakes and waffles with this! I’d try the honey mask too!

  52. i would add it to some of my baking! i make really good muffins with honey

  53. ELIZABETH CURSON says:

    I would use Manuka honey to put in my tea.

  54. Cynthia C says:

    I would use it in my panettone recipe.

  55. What would I make with it? If you have to mix the products together to use them, I’d probably make a mess. I’d just like to use the soap and hand cream.

  56. LeAnn H says:

    I will make muffins with it.

  57. rochelle haynes says:

    I would make cookies with it

  58. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d use it in baking and to sweeten my tea!

  59. melody olson says:

    honey in tea

  60. I eat honey every single day for health benefits and sometimes in cooking and baking .
    I’d first make honey wings or honey mustard dressing or maybe baklava!

  61. Lori Legnon says:

    I would make honey bread!

  62. Linda w. says:

    I would definitely make the manuka face wash.

  63. Lynne B says:

    I would mix it in my oatmeal!

  64. Cindy Merrill says:

    I make a wonderful soft Gingerbread using honey as the sweetener.

  65. Oatmeal raisin cookies.

  66. i’ll mix with my daily tea drink

  67. Susan Hartman says:

    I like it in tea. I also make steel cut oatmeal in the crock pot. I might use it for the sweetener.

  68. Robin Abrams says:

    I would love to try the NECTAR BALM – MANUKA HONEY & BEE VENOM CREAM. I would like to use Nectar Ease, a mixture of honey and bee venom, along essential and cold-pressed oils, enables our Nectar Balm to be rapidly absorbed into the skin.

  69. I use Manuka Honey as a wound dressing; I am allergic to all antibiotics, and Manuka Honey is a great (and natural) antibiotic & healer that works. I also love to use it on my skin in the bath, and as a face mask- and it’s delicious in tea, too!

  70. My mom used to make honey nut muffins good lord yummy! I’d make them for my grandchildren

  71. Gail Williams says:

    I would eat it in a power shake, but also do a mask for moisturizing my dry skin.

  72. monique s says:

    I would blend a few ingredients together and make a manuka honey face mask and relax and purify my skin

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