The fact that honey is good for health is well known, but few people know exactly where it is good. There are many kinds of honey such as honey, acacia honey, and honey. Manuka honey, which came from Australia and New Zealand recently, has also been packed for health.
Efficacy of Manuka Honey
Manuka honey is a honey that is collected from a flower called 'Manuka' and has been used as a medicine for a long time because it acts as a natural antibiotic. The methylglyoxal ingredient in Manuka Honey has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and is effective in improving medical diseases such as gastric ulcer and gastritis, and can treat dermatitis caused by various bacteria. If you have scars or burns on your skin, you can apply Manuka Honey directly to the wound to prevent scratching. In addition, the fructooligosaccharide component can increase the beneficial bacteria in the intestines and can relieve inflammation in the colon and clear the stomach area.
How to Eat Manuka Honey
Manuka Honey is a way to consume nutrients as it is destroyed because the beneficial ingredients are destroyed by hot heat, unlike the usual use of honey in hot water or as a dessert ingredient. How to eat manuka honey in the morning to eat two to three teaspoons on an empty stomach is good. At this time, metal spoons should be used with wood or plastic spoons because of their potential for nutritional destruction. To prevent the side effects of manuka honey, pregnant women and infants should be consulted with the doctor to determine whether to take.
|▲ Manuka honey is best to eat on a spoon as it is (Source: Pixar Bay)
Manuka Honey Rating
The New Zealand Manuka Honey Association is helping to select the function of the Manuka Honey. Manuka Honey UMF is the abbreviation for Unique Manuka Factor. If you select UMF10 or higher, you can check the efficacy. If there is no UMF number, it is labeled MGO, which is a methyl glyoxal content indicator, and MGO100 + is similar to UMF10.