Rowse Active 5+ Manuka Honey (340g) was £7.49 now £3.74 @ Morrisons
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Rowse Active 5+ Manuka Honey (340g) was £7.49 now £3.74 @ Morrisons

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Found 14th May 2012Made hot 14th May 2012
Rowse Active 5+ Manuka Honey (340g) was £7.49 now £3.74
Rowse English Set Honey (250g) was £3.29 now £1.64
Rowse Squeezy Honey with Lemon (340g) was £2.67 now £1.33

Gales Clear/Set Honey (227g) was 84p now 42p (this is the small jar)

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Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 for 250g

MIB15

Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 … Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 for 250g



thats a really good price

Gah, wish there was an Aldi/Morrisons near me, forked out £9 for my last post of 10+

MIB15

Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 … Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 for 250g



wow thanks for the tip

500g Active 12 in H&B for £10 each i.e 2 x 500g for £20

http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pages/product_detail.asp?pid=4497&prodid=5309&cid=528&sid=0

When it comes to Manuka you need to be over active 10 to see any medical benefits.

Also 10% voucher out there

2k56

wow thanks for the tip



Yep, I found that today too. Better value

margamboy

500g Active 12 in H&B for £10 each i.e 2 x 500g for … 500g Active 12 in H&B for £10 each i.e 2 x 500g for £20http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pages/product_detail.asp?pid=4497&prodid=5309&cid=528&sid=0When it comes to Manuka you need to be over active 10 to see any medical benefits.Also 10% voucher out there



WRONG!! Guys, dont be tricked by Manuka active name!!

The real manuka honey are those with UMF index. Like UMF 5+ or UMF 10+.

If there is not UMF, but only Active, then this honey has no much different to all other honeys!!

Google it fo rmore details!!

I love Manuka, spread it on my toast!!!

Deal doesn't exist in our closest store. Cold.

sneaky ..i always thought ACTIVE +10 ..was the better than active 5..so no umf = no good ... cheers...

zzawd

WRONG!! Guys, dont be tricked by Manuka active name!! The real manuka … WRONG!! Guys, dont be tricked by Manuka active name!! The real manuka honey are those with UMF index. Like UMF 5+ or UMF 10+.If there is not UMF, but only Active, then this honey has no much different to all other honeys!!Google it fo rmore details!!



Wrong, Active means it has a UMF to give it it's 10, 12, 15 etc rating, this is undertaken in NZ by independent laboratories.
What you refer to is standard manuka honey with no rating, this is not classed as active and offers no more medical benefit or anti bacterial properties than any other honey.

The H&B product is rated and it states on the web site its been tested independently to get its 12+ activity, are you saying its false advertising by them?
Edited by: "margamboy" 14th May 2012

The importance of the UMF rating systemPlease take the time to read and … The importance of the UMF rating systemPlease take the time to read and understand the importance of the 'UMF' rating system for Manuka Honey. While Manuka Honey has received increasing press coverage, many journalists do not distinguish between ordinary Manuka Honey and Active Manuka Honey.The UMF rating is your key indicator as to the strength of the antibacterial effect. A rating of 10 or more is considered to be suitable for therapeutic medical use. Such honey is referred to as 'active', although much ordinary Manuka Honey is still marketed as being active despite not having the required minimal rating.The UMF rating is your guarantee that the honey has been tested and verified for its antibacterial activity by the University of Waikato in New Zealand.

Just get some antibiotics from the Drs... whos needs all that diabetes inducing sugar.

Was £7???? Dear god

redserpent

Just get some antibiotics from the Drs... whos needs all that diabetes … Just get some antibiotics from the Drs... whos needs all that diabetes inducing sugar.



lol, pure healthy sugar!

no offer at my local store, why???Common scotland

Give it Aldi ....they have 10+ for cheaper ....just as good if not sweeter lol....

wow hot

HAH!...Where does everyon get there info from?....WWW. Holla nd & Barret deals buy one for 1p 2 for 1 etc are a loada Cr*p !! The prices are good ...just have to buy more than you want!! Who says manuka honey is any good? tinternet? Oh well then it MUST be great! getting your info from the internet is fine but PLEASE do not pretend to be an expert! ....By the way for any that are still reading?....I tried manuka after katherine jones recommended it ...AND ...it's amazing!

you can get 500ml active 18+ for £5 in costco

These comments are virtually unreadable

There should be a written English exam before anyone can access the Internet...

none in mine only the 10 and 20 and is meant to be their flagship store. not run out either no label or space for it.....

We used to call this stuff 'dead money' in the store I used to work in because it would be stocked and then either get lifted or sit on the self for years until expiry then sold off at a pittance to staff.

Can anybody please post a peer reviewed scientific study of the positive health benefits of manuka honey? Because as far as I can tell it's about as legitimate as crystal healing and homoeopathy.

'A recent survey of people who bought the stuff showed that 58 per cent of them believed Manuka honey to be better than ordinary honey, but they didn't know why. In addition, 70 per cent of them didn't know what the UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) number on the front of the pots meant.'

Source


I don't really care what people believe, personal testimonies mean nothing because they don't really rule out the placebo effect. But despite my criticism it's a reasonable price for a jar of honey anyway so it's worth a go, but I would not go diving into the 'manuka lifestyle' without harder evidence of it's medical effectiveness.
Edited by: "mogsog" 15th May 2012

Agree with mogsog. Buy it if you like the taste not for medicinal benefit. Proven useful in wound healing but I can't see why people should feel better from taking this orally.

However, never underestimate the power of placebo

yourlegaldealer

Agree with mogsog. Buy it if you like the taste not for medicinal … Agree with mogsog. Buy it if you like the taste not for medicinal benefit. Proven useful in wound healing but I can't see why people should feel better from taking this orally.However, never underestimate the power of placebo



Yep, even if you know it's a placebo it's the best dam placebo money can buy!

MIB15

Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 … Manuka honey is really nice, you can also get Active 10+ at Aldi, £3.99 for 250g



The 10+ from Aldi is £3.99 all the time and its really good stuff. It's really thick and with a strong taste. A lot of Aldi stuff is better quality than Morrisons, Tesco, Asda etc. My favourite supermarkets are:

1. Tesco
2. Aldi
3. Asda
4. Lidl
5. Morrisons
6. Sainsburys

If you are using Manuka honey for its antibacterial levels then UMF guarantees the levels, so you are paying for the UMF 5+, UMF 10+ etc. Buying active Manuka honey is usually the "manufacturers own test" of activity and all honey has some form of activity albeit not the antibacterial activity Manuka honey is famous for.

I buy my UMF honey from comvita.co.uk, they always have great competitions for the different manuka honey lines too and the UMF level is guaranteed.

i buy magic money from http://www.duerrs.co.uk

you can also use it as a face mask!

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