manuka honey

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manuka honey

n
honey from the nectar of the manuka tree, often used for medicinal purposes; known as active manuka honey if it has a UMF rating of over 10.
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Hanft, "Topical Leptospermum honey (Medihoney) in recalcitrant venous leg wounds: a preliminary case series," Advances in Skin & Wound Care, vol.
[28.] Blair SE, Cokcetin NN, Harry EJ, Carter DA (2009) The unusual antibacterial activity of medical-grade Leptospermum honey: antibacterial spectrum, resistance and transcriptome analysis.
Evidence-based practice: Active Leptospermum honey dressing for use in an indigent outpatient wound care clinic.
According to the company, Medihoney dressings contain active leptospermum honey and can be used in all phases of wound healing.
Washington, July 22 (ANI): A new piece of research suggests that Leptospermum honey, a particular kind of honey indigenous to New Zealand and Australia, can be an effective agent in topical wound care, particularly where antibiotic resistance is an issue.