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Manuka Doctor 70 MGO Manuka Honey, 500 g £21.99 @ Amazon
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Manuka Doctor 70 MGO Manuka Honey, 500 g £21.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 27th Oct
@DanielTang posted the MGO 40 earlier for £17.99 (also available on Amazon). I gotta admit, like some were saying in that post, I'd rather prefer local honey.
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Buy what you like but don't expect any significant medical differences over regular off the shelf honey

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Jonesy_7527/10/2019 01:16

Buy what you like but don't expect any significant medical differences …Buy what you like but don't expect any significant medical differences over regular off the shelf honeyhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/21sD2l323f9hzdfM7Smw9B4/is-manuka-honey-worth-the-money


Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op wound wasn’t closing. Worked a treat.
Edited by: "5Rivers79" 27th Oct
5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:44

Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op …Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op wound wasn’t closing. Worked a treat.



Read the link -
What about its medical properties?
In terms of honey being used as a medicine, 'medical grade honey' is licensed around the world for wound care treatment. There have been many recent research developments stemming from Cardiff University which have shown honeys in general, and particularly manuka honey, as effective with chronic wounds and MRSA (antibiotic-resistant infection).
However, it is very important to note that any honey used in this capacity will be medical-grade honey with the impurities removed: you should not apply any honey to your wounds at home.

Instead, many people buy it thinking that it might help with sore throats, gut problems or even allergies. So what is the evidence for these benefits?

There is not enough evidence that methylglyoxal survives being eaten, nor that it does any good inside the body. This is not an area in which a lot of independently-funded research has been done, but although there is as mall bit of evidence that in general honey can soothe a sore throat, there is not yet conclusive evidence to suggest that eating shop-bought manuka honey will be any more effective at this than a cheaper alternative. Similarly, there hasn’t been robust conclusive evidence to show it can be used to ease indigestion.

So, although some people will swear by its properties, this has not been backed up by clinical trials.
Jonesy_7527/10/2019 01:53

Read the link - …Read the link - What about its medical properties? In terms of honey being used as a medicine, 'medical grade honey' is licensed around the world for wound care treatment. There have been many recent research developments stemming from Cardiff University which have shown honeys in general, and particularly manuka honey, as effective with chronic wounds and MRSA (antibiotic-resistant infection).However, it is very important to note that any honey used in this capacity will be medical-grade honey with the impurities removed: you should not apply any honey to your wounds at home. Instead, many people buy it thinking that it might help with sore throats, gut problems or even allergies. So what is the evidence for these benefits? There is not enough evidence that methylglyoxal survives being eaten, nor that it does any good inside the body. This is not an area in which a lot of independently-funded research has been done, but although there is as mall bit of evidence that in general honey can soothe a sore throat, there is not yet conclusive evidence to suggest that eating shop-bought manuka honey will be any more effective at this than a cheaper alternative. Similarly, there hasn’t been robust conclusive evidence to show it can be used to ease indigestion.So, although some people will swear by its properties, this has not been backed up by clinical trials.


Have you tried the stuff yourself?
5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:54

Have you tried the stuff yourself?



Any honey would have done the same - unless you've got access to medical grade honey with the impurities removed which I guess you won't.
Jonesy_7527/10/2019 01:58

Any honey would have done the same - unless you've got access to medical …Any honey would have done the same - unless you've got access to medical grade honey with the impurities removed which I guess you won't.


Yes the vet sells medical grade honey but also stated this stuff was fine. As I said, worked a charm.

Have you tried any kind of honey on a wound?
5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:59

Yes the vet sells medical grade honey but also stated this stuff was fine. …Yes the vet sells medical grade honey but also stated this stuff was fine. As I said, worked a charm.Have you tried any kind of honey on a wound?



Shame you didn't just try the regular stuff then and save yourself some money...
5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:44

Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op …Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op wound wasn’t closing. Worked a treat.


Have you tried regular honey first? Cause what you saying honey can do I agree..but any honey will do it
HavocLP27/10/2019 01:08

Have you tried regular honey first? Cause what you saying honey can do I …Have you tried regular honey first? Cause what you saying honey can do I agree..but any honey will do it


Will go on the recommendation of my vet thanks.
lol @ any honey.
5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:44

Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op …Disagree. This was recommended by the vet for my dog when her post op wound wasn’t closing. Worked a treat.


Yeah I had the same from recommendation from one vet, not so much from another who smirked a little. Cats wound closed up nicely but as there's no control wound, and there never really can be, to compare to I remain a little skeptical.
Is Maniuka a scam ? From the other side of the world and it’s seems to be marketed won’t be surprised if it’s all made in a lab
A fool and his money........
Edited by: "Make.Amazon.Great.Again" 27th Oct
Make.Amazon.Great.Again27/10/2019 08:06

A fool and his money........



I don’t mind spending money when it comes to the health of my pets. Similar to how some people might feed their dogs the cheapest dog food available and others go out and look for quality products.

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wakkaday27/10/2019 07:47

Is Maniuka a scam ? From the other side of the world and it’s seems to be m …Is Maniuka a scam ? From the other side of the world and it’s seems to be marketed won’t be surprised if it’s all made in a lab


Manuka honey is used as an antimicrobrial for ulcers and wounds. It wont provide anymore nutritional value than raw honey.
Before purchasing any Manuka Honey please read the link below :-
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PS:- I apologize for the annoying adverts in the link.
Edited by: "cx500ec" 27th Oct
RAH11227/10/2019 10:54

Manuka honey is used as an antimicrobrial for ulcers and wounds. It wont …Manuka honey is used as an antimicrobrial for ulcers and wounds. It wont provide anymore nutritional value than raw honey.



As in the link I put up - only the medical grade honey is of any benefit to you for wounds, all the impurities are stripped out
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5Rivers7927/10/2019 01:11

Will go on the recommendation of my vet thanks.


Throw all those expensive shampoos and conditioners away then and just pop a Bob Martins for shiny coat
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