Each to their own but I'm sticking with Manuka Doctor, and it sounds more official lol
One teaspoon a day of the 70MGO is fine for everyday use and at this price very cost effective, when treating sore throats, etc higher grades (anything higher than 70 is fine, try it, see what you think if doesn't do anything for you ok you tried it, I tried it in 2018 and i still take it now, the choice is yours my friend.
OK... Genuine question now... For someone in my very painfully close family who must be obeyed and likes expensive things, and who likes natural treatments and shuns medicines and doctors... Ahem. For 'stomach irritations' and mild gastritis type symptoms and the possibility of H Pylori, we've seen a lot of decent medical reports and research papers that recommend various natural products including Matula Tea (not tried yet), Lactoferrin (currently part of the daily rattle of pills that she walks around with), Mastic Gum Capsules (also currently taking daily) and Zinc L Carnosine (yep, she be taking that too) and we keep seeing Manuka Honey on the list. Now... call me Mr Skeptical BUT as much as I like the idea that nature resolves these issues I'd also be tempted, if it were me, to just take the antibiotics and PPI's and be done in 2 or 3 weeks. I don't have the patience for what has been stated as 2-6 months recovery time on a 'natural' regimen. And add to that I looked up the Manuka Honey like she asked and nearly wept at the price before getting confused at the enormous range of 'ratings' on them and the enormous range of price. I nearly bought her a budget jar in Sainsbury's until I noticed it said 'manuka and clear honey blend' and thought 'this ain't gonna be medicinal at all...' Plus so many people swear by the medicinal (anecdotal) use of honey anyway so I'm thinking there's a bit of snake oil selling going on and a lot of the power of the mind... But, I'm nothing if not open minded... So does anyone have any actual real experience of this kind of thing. What 'rating' would you use for a budget minded person (I'll be damned if I'm spending much over £20 on a jar of damned honey - I'd expect to OWN the bees at that price - I certainly wouldn't want to be paying for a honey so ineffective that I might as well be using one of the bear-shaped squeezy bottles for all the medicinal use I get out of it. So what 'rating'? Does it actually work for things like that? How often do you use it? For what kind of a period or is this going to be a lifelong thing? How do you take it and how much? How long does a jar last? Can Nutella do the same good? (just kidding). Is it a stick it on your toast or bung a teaspoon in your tea job, or is it a 'must be taken on a teaspoon like a medicine' thing?
Dunno. Rowse is about as big a name in honey as you get.
Exact same item £33.99 in Holland and Barrett https://www.hollandandbarrett.com/shop/product/manuka-doctor-manuka-honey-mgo-70-60048764