• How it works : Manuka Health Wound Dressing applied to the wound


  • How it works : Stage 1 - Hydroscopic mixture draws lymph from the wound bed


  • How it works : Stage 2 - The honey flows into the wound bed, removing slough and devitalized tissue


  • Manuka Health's advanced line of woundcare products


18 of April 2014

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Welcome to Manuka Health Woundcare


Ancient Egyptian Honey Wound TreatmentThe use of honey as a wound treatment therapy is as old as recorded human history.

References and formulas for honey-based wound dressings can be found throughout the medical writings of ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, and China, and honey was used as a first line treatment until the mid-twentieth century when synthetic dressing materials and antiseptics grew in popularity at the expense of natural treatments.

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Manuka found to be pivotal in fight against MRSA


MRSAIn what has been dubbed a “hugely important finding”, Australian researchers have found that medical-grade manuka honey can be used as a new weapon in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria, such as the MRSA superbug.


http://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Product-Categories/Phytochemicals-plant-extracts/Manuka-found-to-be-pivotal-in-fight-against-MRSA

How Manuka Honey Dressings Work


Wound Dressing with Manuka HoneyManuka Health’s honey is a supersaturated solution of natural sugars (sucrose, glucose, and fructose), and approximately 17% water. This mixture exerts a strong attraction for water and, when placed in a wound bed, draws fluid up from the underlying tissues. This osmotic activity bathes the wound bed causing autolytic debridement - softening and lifting slough, eschar, and devitalized tissues from the wound.

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Manuka Honey in Woundcare (Video) Part 1


Professor Peter MolanIt is a privilege to present the first in a series of eight videos on the uses of Manuka Honey in the treatment of wounds.

Professor Peter Molan, PhD, is an expert on the use of Manuka honey as a wound care treatment. In this six and a half minute video, Molan discusses his early research into using Manuka honey in wound care and some of the early challenges he faced.

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