INTERNATIONAL AND NZ MANUKA HONEY MEDICAL SCIENTIFIC STUDIES
Manuka has been the subject of numerous scientific studies at the University of Waikato in New Zealand, Cardiff in the UK and many other centres of study around the world. It is still being studied by scientists in New Zealand and around the world on an ongoing and continuous basis. Many in the medical and scientific community believe that we have only scratched the surface of Manuka’s use and capability. The processes involved are long and complex. Many within the scientific community believe that major advances in our understanding of Manuka will be achieved over the next decade.
Here are a few references (links) to some of the scientific studies that have been done to date.
- The effect of Manuka honey on enterobacteria
- Antioxidant Activity of Phenolic Components of Manuka honey
- Manuka honey as an antiviral agent against respiratory syncytial virus
- The antibacterial activity of Manuka honey: 1. The nature of the antibacterial activity
- The antibacterial activity of Manuka honey: 2. Variation in the potency of the antibacterial activity
- Re-introducing Manuka honey in the management of wounds and ulcers - theory and practice
- The controlled in vitro susceptibility of gastrointestinal pathogens to the antibacterial effect of Manuka honey
- The use of Manuka honey in healing a recalcitrant wound following surgical treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa
- Using Manuka honey in wound care
- Clinical usage of Manuka honey as a wound dressing: An update
- The role of Manuka honey in the management of wounds
- Using Manuka honey to heal diabetic foot ulcers
- The evidence supporting the use of Manuka honey as a wound dressing
- Why Manuka honey is effective as a medicine. 1. Its use in modern medicine
- Why Manuka honey is effective as a medicine. 2. The scientific explanation of its effects
For more information on scientific research being done in New Zealand, go to the Waikato University Research Commons and do a search for Manuka Honey.