NUI Manuka Honey

25 Clinical Research Studies

General information about Mānuka, what is it, why it cost so much.

Positive effect of Mānuka Honey on Health and body immune system.

Successful use of honey to manage a diversity of wound aetiologies.

Researches’ review of antimicrobial effects of Mānuka Honey.

Mānuka Honey as an alternative to, or as an adjunct with, other wound care treatment modalities for wound infections. Click on Read More!

Case studies of 3 patients, Mānuka Honey improved ulcers contaminated with methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

An in vitro study on a potential agent of Mānuka Honey and domestic beekeeper honey against Porphyromonas gingivalis. Read full article.

Mānuka Honey dressings treated penile denudation successfully, while STSG (Split-Thickness Skin Graft) failed. Read full article!

The Effectiveness of Mānuka Honey as an Alternative Therapy in the Management of Wounds. Read full article by clicking the button Read more!

Antibacterial activity of varying UMF-graded Mānuka honeys (lower MIC were observed with UMF 5+ compared to UMF 10+ and UMF15+).

Mānuka Honey is an effective antibacterial agent that can be enhanced by complexing with alfa-cyclodextrin. Find more!

Mānuka Honey might be able to reduce oral pathogens within dental plaque (to be able to control dental biofilm deposit). Find more!

The inhibitory effect of Mānuka Honey on human colon cancer.

Mānuka Honey as a tissue engineering essential ingredient.

Honey as a promising treatment for diabetic foot ulcers (DFU).

Non-peroxide antimicrobial activity of Mānuka Honey (dose-dependent).

Effect of Mānuka Honey on six different types of wounds.

Mānuka Honey offers an effective way of treating infections caused by organism.

Mānuka Honey properties can be utilised within modern veterinary practice.

Antibacterial Potential of Honey Different Origins.

Mānuka Honey of different UMF values has medicinal properties of interest and it can be beneficial when used as a combination treatment with other antimicrobial agents.

The glycaemic index of Mānuka Honey. Samples of unprocessed Manuka honey were selected from different geographical regions of New Zealand. Mānuka Honey. Learn more in the article!

Honey has been used since 2500 BC as a wound dressing, its physical properties allowing it to serve as a viscous ointment for. Providing promise for problematic chronic conditions.

Mānuka Honey might be a useful candidate for the inhibition of nasal polyp formation. Manuka honey has anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-proliferative action.

Mānuka honey provides the advantages to the modern pharmacopeia with combination of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activities providing promise for problematic chronic conditions while delivering those activities in a context sufficiently gentle that it can be used in direct applications to the eye and for use in children