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Medibee UMF 5+ Manuka Honey from New Zealand 50% off - £12.30 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Healthy U.
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Medibee UMF 5+ Manuka Honey from New Zealand 50% off - £12.30 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Healthy U.

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Posted 2nd Nov
Amazing discounted price manuka honey. Raw, Pure & Unpasteurised
  • Active umf 5 + manuka honey
  • It is a natural product
  • For bronchial, respiratory and wound healing uses
  • With active anti-microbial properties
  • Traditionally used both internally and topically on the skin
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Just get any unpasteurised honey from a local market. One scientific study and suddently NZ is selling honey all over the world lol
Not such an amazing price for 250g of umf 5+ tbh...
Try buy multiple pack from this seller and you will get great price
They do pack of 3 and 5 i believe
Just get a good quality honey .... but if you want Manuka think I saw it in Lidl for around £5 - £6 mark .... will check next time I’m there
You can't compare Lidl for branded products
Medibee is owned by comvita - a trusted brand. However this deal is ok but boots have 3 for 2 offer with points and a current offer of £10 off when you spend £50 which works out cheaper than this deal.
Edited by: "hhali" 2nd Nov
rohankumar0102/11/2019 12:09

Try buy multiple pack from this seller and you will get great price


Are you the seller. Its sounding alot like you have a vested interest in the sales of this product...
And note that the amount of "Manuka" honey just sold in the UK outstrips the total amount produced each year.
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KirKanos02/11/2019 13:34

And note that the amount of "Manuka" honey just sold in the UK outstrips …And note that the amount of "Manuka" honey just sold in the UK outstrips the total amount produced each year.


Yes you are correct.
Proper Manuka honey which has proven health giving/restorative benefits comes from bees that pollinate Leptospermum scoparium, or the manuka bush, which grows predominantly in New Zealand and also in Australia. Other species of this bush grow all over the world, but do not produce the flowers bees need in order to produce manuka honey.

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