Manuka honey is a monofloral honey produced from the nectar of the manuka tree. The honey is commonly sold as an alternative medicine. While components in mānuka honey are studied for their potential antibacterial properties

Historically honey has been used for medicinal purposes dating back thousands of years. Seeing that it is one of nature’s richest antimicrobial sources, it shouldn’t surprise us to hear that many archaeologists claim that while excavating the tombs of Egyptian royals from thousands of years ago, they discovered unspoiled honey in pots.

Whether it was with the Far Eastern Vedic tradition, ancient Greek mythology or in Biblical times, where the promised land was known as the “land flowing with milk and honey,” cultures around the globe have praised honey for being an amazing healing treasure.


In recent years because a growing body of research is starting to support thousands of years of folk medicine use. Some of the top Manuka honey uses are and benefits include: Helps with SIBO, Low Stomach Acid, Acid Reflux May Help Treat Acne and Eczema Combats Staph Infections (MRSA) Treats Burns, Wounds and Ulcers Prevents Tooth Decay and Gingivitis Aids IBS and IBD Treatment Improves Sore Throats and Immunity Helps Allergies Beauty Treatment and Health Booster Improves Sleep