Health Applications

Research shows manuka honey with high levels of methylglyoxal inhibits Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), the bacterial cause of gastric ulcers...

Honey has been used to treat digestive disorders and diarrhoea for centuries. As modern research now shows, manuka honey has proven antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and healing properties which explain the traditional use for digestive ailments...

One of the most common traditional uses of honey is to relieve the symptoms of coughs and sore throats. The World Health Organisation (WHO) backs up this traditional use, endorsing honey as an easy remedy to soothe coughs and sore throats...

Studies have shown that manuka honey effectively reduces dental plaque, and is active against the bacteria known to cause dental cavities, gum inflammation and periodontal disease...

Manuka honey has a number of therapeutic actions that make it highly useful as a skincare ingredient. It aids hydration and moisture retention, reduces inflammation and stimulates skin regeneration, provides antioxidant protection and has antibacterial properties to prevent infection...

Honey has long been used as a traditional remedy for burns and wounds, and now scientific research is adding weight to this traditional use...