DetailsManuka Honey is produced by bees that pollinate New Zealand's native manuka (tea tree) bush. It's known for its unique antibacterial properties and research continues to uncover the many benefits of Manuka Honey in wound care, oral care, digestion, skincare and more. A compound known as Methylglyoxal is exclusively responsible for the stable anti-bacterial activity found in manuka honey. Manuka Health certifies its manuka honey products based on methylglyoxal level e.g. MGO550 means the honey contains at Least 550 mg of methylglyoxal per kg, a strong strength.
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Directions of use
Adults only, take 10ml four times a day after meals and at bedtime. Not recommended for use children.
Honey with anti microbial activity