still active https://www.comvita.co.uk/category/umf-manuka-honey/range00001?utm_source=awin&awc=22418_1618763084_51a63bcabdf4ab56ef7e1302e244543d
any honey would work surely but it has to be honey :) you think super market honey will help? 95% honey in the market are less honey mixed in syrup. This include MGO grading Manuka as well actually as you dont know what they mixed in it as MGO is not official grading standard for Manuka Honey by New Zealand Gov.
UMF rating Manuka Honey can not be faked. New Zealand government have given license to 110 companies to make Manuka Honey, other than those companies, Manuka is not original. check the link below: https://www.umf.org.nz/umf-members/
Posted 19th Sep 2015Posted 19th Sep 2015
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I went to my local branch and picked up 4 packets, all my kids are ill so this will def help, treat at the same time and they taste nice Standard delivery: Usually takes between 3 – 5 working days. £3.00, still not bad as they are on offer
You're being stung by a bee....... I'll get my coat.
Hi all, Manuka honey has great benefits, both for digestive health, skin problems and for cold and immune problems. There has been loads of news on it lately and I would highly recommend it. This offer is a bargain for those looking for this specific honey. xxx
blimey. ive heard of some things but in this age of con-ridden health products you never know what to believe eh?
If you are interested I would advise googling the benefits. I recently bought 750g for £15 to cure a pus/spot problem on my 4year old son. After popping the biggest of the 20 or so 'spots' and smothering it in this stuff, 1 week later they have pretty much all gone.
i've never spent over about £3 on honey. can anyone explain if/why this is worth the extra? im genuinely interested?
Posted 9th Apr 2011Posted 9th Apr 2011
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It doesn't seem to say how much of the active ingredient (oleuropein) is there - usually it's expressed as a % with 18% being the highest I've seen at sensible prices. Some brands are as low as 6%. For this kind of thing I tend to use iHerb.com anyway as even though they are in the US the prices are generally much lower (just keep the order items value to less than £18 before postage charges).