Does manuka honey work?

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Manuka honey refers to a type of honey that is produced by bees that feed on the nectar of the manuka flower that grows in New Zealand. The pollen count in the honey is what determines if it is manuka or not since the pollen count of manuka should be at least 70%.
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Manuka honey is from New Zealand, which comes from bees who gather the nectar from the Manuka tree. This honey is found to have antibacterial and antifungal properties. It helps to treat certain conditions like eczema, acne, and even acid reflux.
Active Manuka Honey has a very powerful antibacterial activity. It can destroy staphaureus, even when it is diluted to only 1.8% honey concentration in water. It has also been shown to destroy antibiotic-resistant MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staph Auereus also called Golden Staph or 'Super Bug' at 10% honey concentration.
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