The Benefits Of Manuka Honey

These Little Known Benefits of Manuka Honey Could Help You And Your Family

The Benefits of Manuka Honey are not widely known.  Please take a minute to learn about the secrets of nature’s own wonderful all-natural healer.

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Video title: 10 Surprising Benefits of Manuka Honey.

Video Author: Dr Josh Axe                                       Video Date: April 26, 2017

Dr Axe Top 10 Benefits of Manuka Honey

 

 

 

 

 

1)      Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Low Stomach Acid, Acid Reflux

2)      Acne and Eczema

3)      Staph infections

4)      Burns, Wounds and Ulcers.

5)      Tooth decay and gingivitis

6)      IBIS and IBO

7)      Sore Throats and Immunity

8)      Allergies and Sinusitis

9)      Beauty Treatment and Healthy Booster

10)   Improves sleep

 

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15 Replies to “The Benefits Of Manuka Honey”

  1. I live in the United Arab Emirates. When I moved here last year I developed a completely painless but very persistent rash.

    I tried everything I knew of. The rash persisted and even got worse. Finally I went to the pharmacy and asked for help.

    The pharmacist gave me Manuka honey. I was very skeptical, but since I had already used everything I knew of, I was pretty desperate.

    The rash vanished in three days. Since the rash had persisted for 4 months and had not responded to zinc oxide, anti-biotic ointments, tea tree oil, or anti-fungal powders and ointments, I considered this a miracle.

    Manuka honey is new to me, but I’m learning. I’m definitely a fan!

    1. Wow. Thank you for sharing your story Elizabeth. I am glad that honey helped you heal.

      Yes, you are right. Manuka Honey is wonderful for wound care. Either applied topically, such as you did or via a bandage for larger areas.

      In relation to future purchases, wrote a post on what to look for when buying quality Manuka Honey. To learn more about it, please click here.

      All the best for the future.

  2. I’ve always loved honey but being a sweet food I wasn’t sure how good it is for you. Knowing that I can eat Manuka honey year round to help me with my allergies is great news! I will be getting some.

    1. Thank you Gail. Happy to be of service. If you can’t find any Manuka honey, try and source some local “Farmers Market” honey if you can. All the best.

  3. I knew honey was good for you but I didn’t know that it helped in so many ways. I am particularly interested in the benefit with regard to tooth decay, sore throats and improving sleep.

    I am wondering though what is the best approach in using honey? I mean how often and what is the best way?

    Thanks.

    1. Hello thank you for visiting our website, I really appreciate your time. With regards to using honey, the health benefits really start to ramp up if you consume Manuka honey with a 10+ UMF rating. Anything under this level and the UMF factor is not considered “Active” enough. For regular daily usage, simply use it as a food. You can use 1 single teaspoon of honey anyway you like. I like it with hot water as a drink, other people add it to smoothies, cooking or baking. Some people add it as a sweetener to tea / coffee. Play around with it and see what your tastes prefer. Many thanks again for stopping by.

      I will do an article on the UMF system shortly, but until then here’s some information for you. I hope you find this useful.

      The UMF grading system appraises natural markers found in Manuka Honey, and assures purity and quality.
      The UMF quality trademark ranges from 5 upwards:
        0-4  Not detectable
        5-9  Low levels
      10-15 Useful levels
      16+   Superior high grade levels

  4. I know that honey is a common remedy for several ailments and I haven’f heard of Manuka Honey only until recently. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it in stores here in Canada though. Is Manuka honey better than regular honey?

    1. Hi Vanessa. thank you for visiting our website. All honey has some level of health benefits, especially as an immunity booster when fighting off coughs/colds. Manuka honey it “turbo charged” though. Keep a look out for anything rated UMF 10+ to make sure that it has “active” Manuka. If you don’t have any Manuka easily available from your local health food store, the next best alternative is to go to a “farmer’s market” and talk to local beekeepers regarding any local raw honey. This fresh, raw local honey will carry many of the pollens from plants in your area and will help with building up immunity to any allergies you may have from local plants. Hope that helps.

  5. Hi Rebecca,

    Thanks for the great information. I wasn’t aware that Manuka Honey was good for Acne, Eczema and Burns and has many other benefits. Here in New Zealand, Manuka honey has become quite a lucrative business. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Hey Bec,
    I’m glad I can leave you a comment! You have a very nice website, especially knowing it is only 5 days old! Wow! Thank you for sharing your information. Antibiotics are only making people sicker, so maybe some people will take that away from your post and think about natural healing : )

  7. Hmm I’ve never heard of this kind of honey before. I have honey like every day with my cereal in the morning so maybe I should start incorporating it into my diet. See in comparison to regular honey how much healthier is it and do you think it’ll be more expensive?

    1. Hi Lyle, thanks for stopping by.  I am glad that you like honey and that you already have honey with your cereal in the morning. It’s such a wonderful treat for your body.  All honey contains some level of immune system boosting goodness.  Here’s another short video by Dr Oz and a link that might help you with some additional benefits. http://australianrawhoney.com/…  Manuka honey however, is the MOST beneficial honey that you can get.  This has been scientifically verified.  Every jar of Manuka honey should carry the scientific rating verifying it’s potency, and ideally the “batch number” that was sent to the independent laboratory for testing.  Now for the price…. yes, Manuka honey is definitely more expensive than standard Supermarket honey. The greater the immune system boosting strength of the Manuka honey (eg UMF 5+, 10+, 15+, 18+ or 20+), then the greater the price. If you are on a budget at the moment and can’t afford Manuka honey, then the next best alternative would be to go to a farmer’s market and get local, raw, fresh honey from a local beekeeper.  Thanks again for visiting us today. 

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