Manuka Honey – All Manuka Honey Is Not the Same
MONTEREY, Calif., Jan. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — On December 16, 2011, Dr. Oz on his national television show discussed manuka honey from New Zealand as a natural antibiotic, stating every household should have a jar of this special honey for use on scratches, cuts and abrasions.
As the level of awareness about the almost miraculous natural benefits of manuka honey from New Zealand rises, so does the need for proper differentiation of the various types, strengths and proper uses for this honey.
Now, for the first time, a medical protocol has been developed permitting the use of this honey in advanced wound care for chronically infected wounds and gastro-intestinal products.
Medical Grade Manuka Honey is produced to a specific set of published standards that separates it from food-grade manuka honey.
Ndal Labs (pronounced en-dall Labs) has delivered to the consumer a breakthrough, patent-pending formula that is made from all-natural ingredients and taps the power of Medical Grade Manuka Honey to great effect in its ManukaGuard® Nutralize heartburn product.
ManukaGuard® Nutralize is the first gastro-intestinal product using Medical Grade Manuka Honey to come to the American marketplace.
The founder of Ndal Labs and the ManukaGuard brand, Gavin Gear, is a New Zealander and immigrated to California in 1975. The kernel of Ndal’s innovative approach was born in the founder’s own struggle for relief from heartburn and reflux. His quest to find a natural alternative that actually worked resulted in his invention of Nutralize and his discovery of the medicinal benefits of manuka honey.
ABC News on December 27th, 2011 with Diane Sawyer featured “Reports of Acid Reflux Symptoms Double” and the epidemic in heartburn issues amongst the United States population, attributing the eating habits of the Baby Boomer generation as the primary cause.
CREDIBILITY: Reputable scientists such as Professor Rose Cooper of the University of Cardiff Wales found that manuka honey can make the dreaded MRSA more susceptible to antibiotics, which could help reverse the bacteria’s resistance to pharmaceutical antibiotics. If these initial findings hold, honey could find a new role as part of a one-two punch of drugs and the sweet stuff to combat infection.
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Ndal Laboratories, Ltd.
For distribution in New Zealand, Australia and Asia, contact:
Health & Herbs International Ltd
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