Honey has been used in wound care for centuries, all the way back to the ancient Egyptians. Today, people swarm to Medical Grade Honey for it’s healing properties.
What Is Medical Grade Honey?
Made from New Zealand’s Manuka honey (Leptospermum species), *this post contains affiliate links MediHoney contains Methylglyoxal, a unique ingredient that provides it’s strong antibiotic benefits.
Interestingly, pH content of Medical Honey is more acidic than any other honey, which means much faster wound healing.
Proof. I Want Proof Medical Honey Works
There are over 234 pieces of evidence to MediHoney’s ability not only to heal wounds, but to heal them faster. (source)
Medical Honey and Emergency Preparedness
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How To Use MediHoney
G-Tubes and Excema
One way I use Medical Honey is around my son’s g-tube site. This miracle honey helps with skin breakdown as well as protecting against inflammation.
Then we have my son’s Remicade treatments causing eczema flares, and this stuff works wonders on eczema. No kidding.
So. Medical Grade Honey Is Expensive.
There’s no doubt that Medical Grade Honey comes with a bit of a price tag. While it’s worth the price, I understand the word ‘budget’, too. Boy do I ever. So much so that I wrote about how I make my own version of medical grade honey in my post about my DIY Manuka Honey Recipe
What is one thing that you refuse to go without, despite the cost?