Over 30 years research has revealed genuine Manuka Honey from New Zealand has unique natural qualities not found in any other honey.
Manuka Honey from New Zealand is highly-revered and sought-after for its unique natural attributes.
Some of the numerous published papers are:
Anti-influenza Viral Effects of Honey: Potent High Activity of Manuka Honey. Ken Watanabe, Ratika Rahmasari, Ayaka Matsunaga, Takahiro Haruyama, Nobuyuki Kobayashi. Archives of Medical Research 45 (2014) 359-365.
Influenza viruses are a serious threat to human health and cause thousands of deaths annually. Thus, there is an urgent requirement for the development of novel anti-influenza virus drugs. The aim of this study was to evaluate the anti-influenza viral activity of honey from various sources.
The results showed that honey, in general, and particularly manuka honey, has potent inhibitory activity against the influenza virus, demonstrating a potential medicinal value.
The Susceptibility of Helicobacter pylori to the antibacterial activity of manuka honey. Al Somai, N; Coley, KE; Molan, PC; Hancock, BM. (1994). Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 48, pp1206-1209.
The Unique Properties of Manuka Honey. Molan, PC. (1999). Bee Informed (The Journal of the American Apitherapy Society) 6 (1) pp5-6.
The in vitro susceptibility of Campylobacter spp. to the antibacterial effect of manuka honey. Lin, SM; Molan, PC; Cursons, RT. (2008). European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and infectious Diseases, 28: 339-344.
Honey as a topical antibacterial agent for treatment of infected wounds. Molan, PC. (2001). World Wide Wounds. www.worldwidewounds.com/2001/november/Molan/honey-as-topical-agent
The controlled in vitro susceptibility of gastrointestinal pathogens to the antibacterial effect of manuka honey. Lin,SM; Molan, PC; Cursons, RT. (2010). European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. 30 (4), 569-574.
Manuka Honey as a Medicine. Molan, PC. (2005). Honey Research Unit, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Public Service Review issue 5, pp52-54.
The non-peroxide antibacterial activity in New Zealand Manuka Honey. Snow, MJ; Manley-Harris, M. (2003). Food Chemistry, 84: 267-273.
Non-peroxide antibacterial activity in some New Zealand honeys. Molan, PC and Russell, KM (1988). Journal of Apicultural Research 27: 62-67.
A comparison of the antibacterial activity of some New Zealand honeys. Molan, PC; Smith, IM; Reid, GM. (1988). Journal of Apicultural Research 27: 252-256
The identification of some antibacterial constituents of New Zealand Manuka Honey. Russell, KM; Molan, PC; Wilkins, AL; Holland, PT. (1990). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 38: 10-13.
A survey of the antibacterial activity of some New Zealand honeys. Allen,KL; Molan, PC; Reid, GM. (1991). Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 43 (12) 817-822
A comparison of the sensitivity of wound-infecting species of bacteria to the antibacterial activity of manuka honey and other honey. Willix, DJ; Molan, PC; Harfoot, CJ. (1992). Journal of Applied Bacteriology 73: 388-394.
Bee Products as a Source of Promising Therapeutic Strategies Against COVID-19. Lima WG, Brito JCM, da Cruz Nizer WS. Phytotherapy Research. 2020:1-8. https://doi.org/10.1002/ptr.6872