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Manuka Health was established in 2006 to provide a wide variety of quality wound care and personal care products based on unique bioactive compounds native to New Zealand. Manuka Health products are processed and produced in a manner to preserve each compound's natural potency and bioactivity to provide you with effective solutions. Manuka Health offers a complete line of products to promote healing using the ingredients found in nature.
Manuka Health MGO Manuka Honey is certified to contain methylglyoxal, the natural compound found only in honey produced from an uncultivated Manuka plant in New Zealand. Methylglyoxal is an antibacterial compound that helps with H. Pylori, MRSA, E. Coli and Streptococcus. Manuka Health's breast pads and wound dressings contain Manuka honey to promote healing and reducing scarring. Furthermore, each of these products is highly absorbent and soothes on contact.
Manuka Health utilizes stringent
quality control mechanisms to ensure the product that reaches your door is pure
and effective. Each raw material in Manuka Health’s supplements undergoes
rigorous quality checks to ensure that high levels of the bioactive compounds
are kept. For example, Manuka honey can be traced from the shelf directly back
to the beehive. Each raw material and finished product is tested in the company’s
ISO 17025 in-house laboratory. Manuka holds the following certifications: Kiwi
Kosher, HALAL and Quality ISO 9001. These certifications certify that each
product is pure, potent, reliable and effective.
inception, Manuka Health has been offering personal care products, wound care
products and specialty products derived from honey. Manuka Health is a market
leader in manufacturing pure, potent Manuka honey, known for its antibacterial
and healing qualities. Each product is manufactured in an ISO certified
manufacturing facility to preserve the natural compounds and bioactivity of