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many uses of manuka honey

Many Uses Of Manuka Honey


Manuka honey has been popularly known for its health benefits, with its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, many people have gained its goodness. But are you wondering what is so special in Manuka honey and why it should be an essential in your kitchen and your natural remedy cabinet?

Let us first talk about what is Manuka honey. It is a honey made by bees that pollinate the flowers of a native tree in New Zealand called the manuka bush.It’s been used for centuries for its medicinal effects such as for treating wounds, burns, soothes inflammation and improves digestive symptoms. Manuka honey is a great vitamins and mineral source.

What’s so special about Manuka honey is that it has a Unique Manuka Factor or UMF. It is a classification that determines the potency of Manuka honey. The numbers in the UMF Manuka Honey jars refer to the antibacterial property in the honey at the time of its packaging. A UMF Manuka honey 10+ and above is considered to be “medicinal grade”.

Choosing the right Manuka honey depends on your plans on how to use it. Here are several ways on how to make use of  Manuka honey and experience its health benefits.

  •  As a cough elixir- just add 1-2 teaspoons of UMF Manuka honey into warm water mixed with a squeeze of half a lemon.  You can also try other Manuka honey product like the Propolis and Manuka Honey Cough Elixir. It contains NPA 10+ Manuka honey which can help relieve dry cough.
  •  As an immune system booster- Mix UMF Manuka honey into your daily tea to boost your immune system.
  • As a wound dressing- apply a thin layer of manuka honey on a bandage before putting it on the wound or skin. It’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties will aid in fast wound healing.
  • For sleep troubles- Stir some Manuka honey into your warm milk or non-caffeinated tea and consume before bedtime to have a goodnight sleep.
  • Prevent Gingivitis or Cavities- chew or have some Manuka honey, this will help reduce bacteria formation thus preventing tooth cavities and other gum problems.
  • Use as a Face Mask- Manuka honey can be used as a great face mask. Keep your skin moisturized and nourished by adding manuka honey in your daily skin care routine. Put on a few drops of Rose oil to Manuka honey and New Zealand Sea Salt mixture to create a face mask. Apply on to skin and put on for 5-10 minutes then rinse.
  • Use as a natural remedy for split ends and dry hair- Manuka honey mixed with olive oil makes a natural remedy for split ends and dry hair. Apply on to dry hair and leave it for 20-30 minutes, rinse and shampoo your hair well after.

Surely, Manuka honey has proven its versatility with its different uses. It is up to you on how you maximize the health goodness Manuka honey gives.