Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Manuka honey may halt the growth of cancer

In a recent report Professor Basel Al Ramadi, the lead researcher and head of the Microbiology and Immunology Department at UAE University discovered that Manuka honey can be used to inhibit the growth of several types of cancer cells.

This is the first time that a study has been made to investigate Manuka honey's potency in the treatment of cancer.

Researchers have discovered that regular consumption of even very small amounts of Manuka honey can actually stop the growth of cancer cells.

Types of cancer controlled by New Zealand Manuka honey include skin cancer, breast cancer and colon cancer.

It has been well known in New zealand that a daily spoonful of Manuka honey was a great health tonic but little research had been done on it's effectiveness against cancer until now.

Manuka UMF honey has been proven to control the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers, acne, and infections of MRSA the superbug.

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