DetailsManuka Honey is collected from a New Zealand plant called Leptospermum scoparium and is well known for its active compounds beneficial to health. What was causing the activity of Manuka honey was unknown for nearly 15 years until a research team led by Professor Thomas Henle, discovered the active constituent Methylglyoxal.
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Directions of use
Take 1/2 a teaspoon initially to check whether any allergic reactions occur. Keep in mouth until the honey gets completely dissolved. If there is no sign of allergic reaction, increase the dose gradually to 3-4 teaspoons a day. Do not take any food or dri
Manuka Honey 94% Glucosamine 6% Bee Venom 20ppm
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