Australian scientists recently made an incredible discovery.
They have found that one obscure type of honey is capable of killing just about every virus and disease scientists throw at it, including some of the worst bacteria known to man.
The study was published in the European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (June 2009 edition). It really is being seen as hugely significant at a time when many of the world’s top antibiotics are failing, especially against resistant “superbugs.”
The amazing honey we are eluding to is known as manuka honey, which is a New Zealand produce and also goes by the name of jelly bush honey.
Manuka honey has boomed in sales so much over the past few years that shortages have been reported. This has lead to fake products being sold, leading New Zealand manuka producers to seek trademark protection (similar to French champagne or Scottish whiskey for example).
Now that the secret out, It’s easy to see why is this honey’s incredible health benefits and being widely regarded as nothing short of miraculous.
Manuka Honey Kills MRSA, Other Superbugs!
Bees foraging on the nectar of Leptospermum Scoparium, the New Zealand manuka bush, make the mauka honey. These trees are native only to Australia and New Zealand.
In the study Australian researchers concluded that the honey killed every bacteria or pathogen they tested it on. According to a report by The Australian, the honey can be applied topically to help fight against infections of the skin, cuts and insect bites, or taken internally.
Manuka honey is darker than most traditional honey.
The most promising result of the manuka honey test was that none of the superbugs killed by the honey were able to build up immunity, a major problem with today’s antibiotics and the future of mankind.
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