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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.

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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