People looking for natural cures will find Manuka Honey from the flower of the New Zealand Tea Tree very fascinating because of it’s wide application for sore throats, colds, canker sores, fever blis

June 30, 2013

(PRWEB) May 20, 2000

Contact Information:

MANUKA HONEY USA

88878 Hwy 101 N.

Florence OR 97439

http://www.manukahoneyusa.com


e-mail: manuka@manukahoneyusa.com

TOLL-FREE: 1-800 395 2196

Tel: (541) 902 0979 Fax: (541) 902 8825

Contact person: Paula Kleiner

Publishing date: As soon as possible

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MANUKA HONEY a medicine?

According to Dr. Molan, senior lecturer in biochemistry at the Waikato University,

New Zealand, manuka honey has the ability to naturally destroy staphylococcus,

streptococcus and h. pylori, the bacteria most likely responsible for stomach ulcers.

Manuka Honey may offer a cure for millions of peptic ulcer sufferers worldwide. Manuka honey is also enjoyed for it’s great taste on toast!

Manuka honey and manuka tea were discovered by the native Maori’s of New Zealand and have been used for centuries for all kinds of diseases. When Captain Cook visited the New Zealand Islands, he was introduced to the manuka tea, a great tasting herbal tea that Maori’s have used as a tea, wound dressing, for insect stings and bites and other applications.

Manuka Oil:

Manuka oil is distilled out of the manuka leaves and is used for fungus, psoriasis,

acne, rashes, arthritis, insect stings and bits, burns, canker sores, eczema, head lice, itchy and flaky skin, muscle aches, rashes, ticks, yeast infections and other common skin problems. The website http://www.manukahoneyusa.com offers more information on how to apply manuka oil.

The manuka leaves are harvested December through May on New Zealand’s South Island. A cutter can harvest up to 1 tone of manuka leaves a day. 150 kg of manuka leaves (331 pounds) will yield 1 liter (a little bit more than 1 quart) of precious manuka oil. To extract the oil from the manuka leaves, the leaves are steam-distilled.

Manuka Honey versus UMF10 Manuka Honey also called Active Manuka Honey:

According to Dr. Molan all honey’s are antibacterial to various degrees but can vary in their potency. When honey is applied to fresh wounds, minor cuts or scrapes, any honey that has not been pasteurized will be ok to use as a dressing to prevent infection. Regular manuka honey is used very effectively for sore throats, colds, canker sores, fever blisters or simply enjoyed on toast for breakfast.

UMF10 manuka honey (umf = unique manuka factor, a natural occurring anti-

bacterial factor in manuka honey) is used by people suffering from stomach ulcers.

1 Teaspoon of UMF10 manuka honey is taken

4 x daily before meals on a small piece of bread to coat out the stomach and destroy the h. pylori, the bacteria typically associated to stomach ulcers.

UMF10 manuka honey is also applied as a wound dressing for open bed sores, leg

ulcerations or burns! UMF10 manuka honey has been applied to one group of burn

victims, while the other group received traditional medication. The UMF10 manuka

honey patient group experienced faster healing of burn wounds, less pain, infection

and scaring and there was no need for skin grafting whereas some patients of the

other group, needed skin grafting.

Manuka Products including manuka honey, UMF10 manuka honey, manuka oil, soap and

tea are now available in the United States and shipped worldwide by

Manuka Honey USA and can be ordered on-line at http://www.manukahoneyusa.com or

call: 1-800 395 2196.

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