Medical Grade Manuka Honey

Medical Grade Manuka Honey

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Did you know that some Manuka Honey is so full of health benefits that it can be rated for Medical uses?  Yes, medical grade Manuka Honey actually exists!

This is because it is jam packed with antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.  These powerful properties act as a healing agent for the body.

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Manuka Honey For Wound Care

Manuka Honey For Wound Care

People often wonder about this amazing Manuka Honey from New Zealand. What is it about this honey that makes it so effective?

Mostly, people want to know, HOW can this honey help me? I mean is Manuka Honey any good for Wound Care?

Manuka Honey for wound  care is a great question to ask, especially if you have a wound that needs healing or if your white blood cells need stimulating.

These are some of the greatest benefits you can receive if using genuine Manuka Honey to help with wound healing. Read on to learn more.

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Benefits Manuka Honey

The Benefits Manuka Honey

People have often asked me, so what exactly are the benefits of Manuka Honey? If sounds amazing, but what does it do that is so special when compared with regular supermarket honey?

The benefits Manuka Honey are that it has so many amazing antibacterial and immune boosting properties. And as an added bonus,  because it’s sweeter than normal sugar, you only use half as much – so it’s great for weight loss too.

So here is a short 2 minute video which will help to answer this question.  The author is “The Doctors” and it first went to air, on June 24, 2010

To learn more about the amazing benefits of Manuka Honey, please click  here.

Have you tried honey on any of your wounds before?  How did it work?  Would you do it again?  What benefits Manuka Honey did you experience? Please feel free to leave any comments, suggestions or helpful hints in the comments below.

Video Title: Healing Power of Honey on ‘The Doctors’

Video published by: The  Doctors                 Published Date: Jun 24, 2010

It’s healing and it tastes good too.

I am just enjoying my honey. (laughs)

You know, it’s interesting because honey in moderation, it’s actually not bad for us.  Antioxidants, cough suppressant, I put it in my coffee every morning.

It’s twice as sweet as sugar so you can use half as much.

So you know the Egyptians, maybe they got it right. (Yeah!)

And we know that it keeps, after they found the Egyptian tombs and all that. They used it medicinally.  it’s having a little bit of rebirth.

Now the caveat is that I wouldn’t try this on sever burns, or diabetic ulcers or bed sores or things like that.  But for minor abrasions, minor burns, minor cuts, there maybe something too this for a couple of reasons.

Number 1) it’s acidic, so it’s naturally going to kill bacteria.  It actually creates a moist environment so that healing with take place quicker and

2) in the form of these exclusal wound dressings, it’s actually been shown that you may have better healing, better scaring (removal) with these products.

So it has anti-bacterial properties.

You know, some diabetic patients have tried this and said that “it’s been extremely beneficial for their ulcers”.

They are some of the toughest ones that there are – diabetic ulcers and for some of them, maybe give it a shot.  For some of the other things haven’t worked, you heard some testimonials there that say “it’s worth a shot”. 

Question: Should you only use this special honey from New Zealand or can you use any honey?

Well the special honey from New Zealand has the MOST antibacterial properties and it’s the most beneficial, which is why it’s packaged that way.

“It’s all mine” Doctor grabs it all for himself.

To see the gauze shown, please click here: Derma Sciences MEDIHONEY Calcium Alginate Dressing, 2″ x 2″, Box of 10

Comment: Laughing, He’s not sharing.

It’s actually worth trying. We have actually done a “home health” remedy, where honey mixed with olive oil can help with some skin irritations.

And as we saw on the tap, it can even help sometimes with medicine resistance Staph. Aureus.

I know, what has clinched it for me, is that it makes my coffee in the morning taste better.  And tea. It smells good.

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What did you think of this video and the benefits Manuka Honey?  I would welcome any comments or feedback regarding the video.  Also I would be really interested in your thoughts regarding honey in general.  Please feel free to leave any comments below on the topics of healing, honey, bees or any healthy foods that you enjoy.

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