New Zealand Manuka Honey from Manukora

New Zealand Manuka Honey from ManukoraA few months ago I was diagnosed with melanoma and within 2 weeks of the diagnosis, I had surgery and began treatment. I’m blessed that this was caught early and with treatment, they expect that I’ll have a complete recovery.

During my initial treatment process I met with a nutritionist as part of my medical team. This nutritionist told me that she recommends that the majority of her patients take daily doses of New Zealand Manuka Honey. I’ve always enjoyed honey, but had never tried Manuka Honey before. This was completely new to me.

After doing some Google searches I found Manukora who offers genuine New Zealand Manuka Honey. The company graciously sent me a complimentary jar of their UMF20+ New Zealand Manuka Honey to try out for you. It’s a 100% natural and pure honey that is sourced from the native forests in New Zealand. Each batch of honey is tested by UMF certified laboratories to ensure its purity and quality as well as the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) rating.

New Zealand Manuka Honey from Manukora

Nutrition Facts:  Serving size is 1 Tbsp., Calories 60.

Manuka Honey is extremely good for our bodies. I’m no medical expert, so I’m only sharing with you my personal experience with it. During my medical treatment I ended up with several painful mouth ulcers inside my cheeks, under my tongue and on my tongue. I was told that this is a common side effect caused by treatment.

As soon as I received the product, I started taking 1 tbsp. of Manuka Honey every day. Most of the time I just took it straight out of the jar, as recommended by medical professionals. A few other times I slathered it onto my toast or toasted bagel in the morning, instead of using butter. From what I’m told, if you’re trying to obtain the medical benefits from this medical-grade honey, it’s best to NOT cook with it or over-heat it…which can break down it’s healthy properties. Hence, I did no cooking or baking with it.

Another great use for Manuka Honey is on burns. I got a burn on the top of my hand and after cleaning the burn area, I applied the honey directly onto the wound with a clean dressing. Within 2 hours, that burn felt soothed and the stinging was gone. The Manuka Honey has great natural antibacterial properties to it, so a lot of burn centers are using it too. Since I’ve now tried it for a burn, it will definitely be my first go-to in the future for burn treatment too.

New Zealand Manuka Honey from Manukora

Here are a few other uses for it:

– To help soothe and heal sore throats.
– To help with digestive issues (stomach and intestinal).
– Can cure Staph infections.
– Can health mouth ulcers, lip blisters and gingivitis.
– Heal acne on the face and/or body.
– Can help lessen or stop seasonal allergies and sinus infections.
– You can learn more by doing some research online.

Now that I’ve personally tried New Zealand Manuka Honey (on recommendation of my nutritionist & doctor), I’ll be adding it to my regular routine. I firmly believe that it’s helping me with my medical ailments that I’ve described above. Again, I’m not a doctor and I don’t play one on TV. I’m just sharing my personal experience with the product with our blog readers.

I would like to invite you to visit the Manukora website online to learn more about the company and the products that they have to offer. I’m very grateful to the company for participating in this feature and educating me on some of the benefits of using pure New Zealand Manuka Honey.

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Comments

  1. Cathy Jarolin says:

    I would really like to try this amazing Honey! When we were children, my Mom always gave us a big spoonful of honey in the morning before we went to school. She always said Honey will keep you healthy. We were pretty healthy as children. Sometimes we would have honey on homemade biscuits.Loved it. Thinking about Mom and the Honey and the good things you are saying about Manuka Honey I definitely would love to try it..Thank You for this awesome Review..

  2. Honey has so many amazing uses. I use it everyday in my tea and to soothe sore throats. I was not aware of the healing properties for burns.

  3. Oh Carol, what a scary thing to go through! I’m glad you’re on top of it and are feeling better. And thanks for the information about Manuka honey, too. Sounds like a tasty way to get some great health benefits.

  4. This is something I’d like to try. I like all the things it can do for you.

  5. I am so sorry to hear of your recent diagnosis hope you are feeling better now. I have never heard of New Zealand Manuka Honey before I read your post and now I have to check it out it sounds like a super miracle food. I love honey and can’t wait to try this thank you for sharing.

  6. I did not know honey could help lessen or stop seasonal allergies and sinus infections. I use honey in tea when I have a cold.