Are you tired of relying on pharmaceuticals to fight infections and support wound healing? Look no further than Manuka Honey! This exceptional honey is full of natural antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral and antiseptic components, making it a powerful tool in the fight against bacteria, viruses and fungi.
What makes Manuka Honey so unique? The nectar for its production comes from the flowers of the Manuka bush, a shrub native to New Zealand and Australia, where beekeepers set up their hives in natural, undeveloped areas. This honey is not only delicious, but it also contains a rare combination of antibacterial and antiviral properties, providing unmatched healing benefits.
Unlike regular honey, Manuka Honey has non-peroxide antibacterial properties that are more stable, making it more effective in the prevention of microbiological growth. It's extensively researched, and the University of Waikato even hosts a special Honey Research Unit, where new discoveries about this natural product are constantly being made.
Manuka Honey can support and increase wound healing, fight viruses and clear infections. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also help in treating skin irritations, burns and inflammation of the stomach and intestines. Moreover, its rich source of antioxidants helps protect the body from free radicals and the damage they cause.
Did you know?
There are three distinct differences between Australian Manuka Honey and New Zealand’s
- Much higher strengths available
Australian Manuka has much higher strengths than New Zealand Manuka honey. This is most likely because Australia has 78 x species of Manuka honey compared to New Zealand’s 1 x species.
- Higher levels of Cytokaines
Australian Manuka honey seems to stimulate the cytokaines within manuka honey to a much higher level than what the New Zealand Manuka honey does. Cytokaines help with wound healing.
What are cytokines and their function?
Cytokines are small proteins that are crucial in controlling the growth and activity of other immune system cells and blood cells. When released, they signal the immune system to do its job. Cytokines affect the growth of all blood cells and other cells that help the body's immune
- No poisonous chemicals
Australian Manuka honey does not contain the poisonous herbicide Glyphosate, commonly used in products such as Roundup. It was and continues to be detected in New Zealand Manuka Honey
Natural Life’s Manuka honey is available as a blend, MGO 85+. MGO 550+ and a super strength MGO 800+