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Manuka Honey Quality Score

Manuka Honey Quality Score Manuka honey is the national wealth of New Zealand.To ensure the proper level of quality of their product and to protect against various kinds of speculation, the beekeepers of New Zealand, together with partners from Australia, signed an agreement on mandatory certification and licensing of beekeeping products under the brand name MANUKA.In fact, this means issuing permits for the production and sale of products only to beekeepers who are able to meet the following criteria:contain healthy bees;do not use lure;honey is collected only in places dominated by manuka bushes;honey is produced from the nectar of manuka...

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Manuka Honey - Health Benefits

Manuka Honey - Health BenefitsThis honey has been tested on streptococcus and pseudomanades (bacteria) and it has been found that it does not allow bacteria to adhere to tissues, which is very important from the point of view of developing an acute infection, and also blocks the formation of biofilms that protect bacteria from antibiotics. What is included in the manuka honey? The most important component that manuka honey provides with healing properties is methylglyoxal (MGO).This substance is present in every variety of honey, but it is in manuka that its highest concentration is contained.This methylglyoxal is formed by the...

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Unique Manuka Honey or Tea Tree Honey - Natural Antibiotic

Unique Manuka Honey or Tea Tree Honey - Natural Antibiotic

Unique Manuka Honey or Tea Tree Honey - Natural AntibioticI want to share with you my new discovery in the field of healthy food - this is manuka honey or tea tree honey, the strongest antiseptic, antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory agent.Surely many people know about the excellent disinfecting properties of tea tree oil.But few people have heard that honey, which has unique healing properties, is also harvested from these trees. Unique Manuka Honey - Properties and Applications Manuka honey is obtained in New Zealand (as well as rata tree honey) from one of the varieties of tea trees (leptospermum scoparium),...

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Manuka honey soap. Application in cosmetology

Manuka honey soap. Application in cosmetology

Manuka Honey Soap This valuable product of beekeeping is also used in cosmetology. It is added to creams, decorative means, gels, serums, toning lotions. At home, you can simply put honey on your face, after dissolving it in a small amount of water.Minerals and vitamins present in honey slow down aging of the skin and its aging, nourishing and softening it, making it soft, elastic, shrinking the pores, and also restoring and filling skin cells with life-giving moisture, which is especially important for sensitive, dry and problem skin with dermatitis, acne rash, irritation and redness.Cosmetic qualities of this exotic product...

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Manuka Honey how to take

How to take manuka honey? If nothing hurts, but just want to feel better and more invigorated - in the morning, eat manuka honey on an empty stomach for 1 tsp, dissolving it in your mouth like a lollipop. Or dissolve it in warm water (½ teaspoon of honey per glass of water) and drink instead of plain water. The same method is recommended for insomnia. Honey with indicators MGO 30+ and UMF 10+ is quite suitable for this purpose. Yes, and the price is cheaper than honey manuka with higher activity.For therapeutic purposes, higher activity honey with MGO 400+...

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