Oregan Active Manuka Honey 15+
Features: .64 fl. oz. (500g) in Amber PET Jar (Product of New Zealand)
Oregan Active Manuka Honey is significantly different than regular honey that you would find at your local supermarket. Oregan Active Manuka Honey has additional antibacterial properties that have the ability to destroy the infectious bacteria that cause most health complications. Unlike standard honey, Oregan Active Manuka Honey is also stable so there is no concern of it losing its potency or healing properties.
Manuka Honey is a premium medical-grade honey, exclusively found in the New Zealand region. It has been discovered that this unique type of honey contains extraordinary healing properties that are capable of treating a wide spectrum of health conditions such as ulcers, acid reflux, gastritis, strep throat, acne, wounds, burns, eczema, ringworm, wrinkles, MRSA Staph infections, etc.
In laboratory tests, Active Manuka Honey inhibited the growth of bacteria which causes many skin infections including antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria such as MRSA and VRE. Recent clinical trials at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, showed skin infections and wounds infected by antibiotic-resistant bacteria responded well to Active Manuka Honey dressings.
Reasons to use Active Manuka Honey for Medical Purposes:
Unique Characteristics of Active Manuka Honey:
Directions for use:
Take 1-2 teaspoon before meals, 2-3 times per day. For better effect dissolve honey in the mouth.
People who have allergic reactions should seek medical advice before consuming.
Pure, raw, natural, un-pasteurized Active Manuka Honey.
No artificial additives and coloring added.
Oregan manufacturing practices and standards are assured by our Quality Control Team and meet or exceed local and international requirements.
Diabetics: Clinical studies have shown that Manuka Honey is a better choice for diabetics than sugar. Manuka Honey has lower required insulin levels compared to other sugars and produces lower rises in blood sugar due to the fructose it contains. However, diabetics should always consult their doctor before including honey in their diet.