I heard that it is good, but it is triple the price of a regular honey, so I wonder if it is really that good.
Sophie, divorced, full-time working, mother to DD1 (12/07) and DD2 (04/10)
So I am resurrecting this thread.
We just invested in a bottle and have been giving it to dd for about a week now, so too early to pass any judgments.
I was wondering if anyone had experience? I am particularly curious about Manuka to treat (prevent?) whooping cough since we are apparently in an epidemic now and everywhere I go these days I seem to be surrounded by people with nasty, hacking coughs.
Is Manuka the real deal, or is it all hype?
We also found tamanu oil to be good at that, in case anyone is interested. But manuka honey was even better.
Mama to two sweet boys, a 7yo and a toddler .
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. - Albert Einstein
Good to hear that it lives up to its reputation for staph There must be something to it then, right?
Hi, in order for manuka bio active honey 20+ to kill bacteria, it must contact the infection directly, thus it must be be breathed in, so it needs to be diluted with medical saline soloution from yr chemist 50/50 with the honey, and vapourised thru a nebulizer or something simular, it does work but must used be until the infection has long disappeared , not recommended for new borns,
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