Treat Inflammation, Diabetes And Cancer With Manuka Honey
Have you heard about Manuka Honey? Almost all cultures around the world have long tradition and history of using honey. People mainly used it as a food and as a remedy for treating number of health issues. We can definitely say that honey is a gift from the busy bees.
We can find Manuka trees in the Eastern Cape region of New Zealand. It is derived from the nectar
collected by bees feeding off Manuka bushes in New Zealand (Leptospermum scoparium). These trees grow almost exclusively in this region.
Enormous Benefits if we use Manuka Honey As Medicine
This honey possesses potent anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antiseptic, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-fungal, and digestive properties. Native Maori use this natural remedy in New Zealand for treating fever, colds, ulcers, flu, and skin diseases.
Due to its content of enzyme glucose oxidase, it is acidic, so this is the reason for its potent antibacterial properties. Manuka honey, ccording to a number of studies,is rich in novel proteins called arabinogalactans. They have the ability to enhance the release of anti-inflammatory cytokines and immune activity and when applied to the wounds.
Use Manuka Honey to treat:
- Colds and flu
- Diseases of the eye and throat
- Problems with gastrointestinal tract
Manuka honey can act as an anti-inflammatory agent. It stimulates the growth of new blood capillaries, it can provide nutrients, and enhance the regeneration of new skin cells. Search for “UMF” label when buying. This label indicates that the honey contains unique manuka factor (concentration of antioxidant phenols that inhibit bacterial growth).
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