Manuka Honey 400+MGO
Manuka Honey can provide symptomatic relief from stomach ulcers and upset stomachs.
Wound healing improves when Manuka Honey is applied as the honey provides a moist environment in which skin cells can grow, whilst also having powerful antibacterial properties too.
If suffering from a cold or flu take a teaspoon of Manuka Honey in a glass of warm (not hot) water with the juice of one lemon.
Or use Manuka Honey like any other normal honey. It has a delicious earthy flavour.
- Excellent for healing ulcers, wounds & burns
- Outstanding success for the treatment of skin ulcers
- Supports healthy digestion
- Relief for persistent stomach complaints
- Take one teaspoon 30 minutes before meals
What is Manuka Honey?
Manuka honey is produced when bees gather the nectar from the flowers of the Manuka bush, also known as Tea Tree bush or more specifically, Leptospermum scoparium. Manuka is native to New Zealand and Southeast Australia, including Tasmania. Manuka honey is distinctively flavoured, dark and rich in taste, and has strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Melita’s Tasmanian Manuka honey is produced from hives placed in wild, uncultivated areas in Tasmania with abundant growth of Manuka bushes, giving it potent antimicrobial properties.
What is MGO?
Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties are what set it apart from traditional honey. Methylglyoxal (MGO) is its active ingredient and likely responsible for these antibacterial effects. MGO comes from the conversion of another compound in Manuka honey known as dihydroxyacetone (DHA), a high concentration of which is found in the nectar of Manuka flowers. Melita Manuka Honey comes in 3 ratings: 100+ MGO, 250+ MGO & 400+ MGO.