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Manuka Honey. The Maori treasure

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In the region of Lake Taupo and the Ruaperu (2797m) and Tongariro (1978m) Volcanoes, the beekeepers bring their hives for the late flowering (due to the altitude and the temperature) in February of the Manuka. In Polynesian mythology, human beings, the elements and everything that makes up Nature descended from Father Sky and Mother Earth. That’s the reason why the ancient Maoris identified with all of nature.