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Where can I buy Manuka honey in the U.K.?

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Manuka honey is widely available in health food stores around the United Kingdom due to its growing popularity. Holland & Barrett is a health food store that sells Manuka honey both online and in stores as of August 2014.

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Other stores that sell the popular item include Comvita both online and in stores, and Amazon's online store. Manuka honey's popularity is mostly due to its unique anti-bacterial properties. The honey aids in healing wounds and stimulating cell growth, making it a holistic method for treating burns and wounds. Manuka honey is also used to treat gastrointestinal issues, systemic infections and high cholesterol.

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