Manuka honey is produced from the manuka bush in New Zealand and southern Australia. It is so called because it is produced by bees that feed on the manuka bush. Manuka honey has been used since ancient times as a means of treating a number of diseases.


One of the main applications of manuka honey in medicine is for the treatment of wounds, minor burns and skin irritations, wounds due to diabetes, first and second degree burns, insect bites, acne, eczema, psoriasis, mycosis, herpes. Manuka honey supports the treatment of malignant diseases, reduces bad cholesterol in infections of the eyes, ears and sinuses, strengthens the immune system in inflammatory processes of various organs.

Manuka honey favors gastrointestinal disorders, heartburn and pain, gastritis, esophageal ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome and more. Taking a tablespoon of manuka honey through the mouth helps to soothe the throat and digestive tract. To maintain general health, manuka honey can be consumed like any other type of honey.