Manuka honey is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush. Manuka honey contains unique antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiseptic, stomach-healing, wound-repairing, and overall health-promoting properties that make it far more powerful medicinally than other forms of honey.

How to Properly Use Manuka Honey

 

Healing Properties of Manuka Honey

Besides its external healing properties, manuka honey is reportedly also effective at treating stomach ulcers, gastritis, and other digestive problems due to both its anti-inflammatory and probiotic characteristics. Its antibiotic, anti-fungal, and antiviral properties also make manuka honey an effective remedy for sore throats, colds, acne, sinusitis, acid reflux and heartburn, ringworm, and many other conditions.

Consider using manuka honey for healing, improving digestion, boosting energy and enhancing skin.

More Manuka Honey Benefits

Also, WebMD takes a look at what the science says about using manuka honey as a medicine. Click Here.

 

Manuka Honey – Video

In today’s video, I want to talk to you about the incredible benefits of manuka honey and how you can use it to treat certain illnesses and support the body. Did you know that manuka honey is 4x more nutrient dense than other floral honeys in terms of its healing compounds?

Manuka honey is beneficial for several reasons:

1. Improves SIBO
2. Improves ulcers
3. Eases and may eliminate allergies
4. Soothes sore throat
5. Treats acne or eczema
6. Used to treat MRSA
7. Promotes healing of wounds or infections

There are a number of assays and techniques including newly emerging work on determining what Manuka is that will be available to the consumer to verify the origin and provenance of this distinctive product. The UMF® rating is a measure of the attributes and values that make up manuka honey, and assures purity and quality.

The following are published, peer-reviewed research papers on Manuka honey… LEARN MORE.

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