Manuka honey

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Organic honey is a wonderful source of antiviral and antibacterial compounds, and manuka honey is particularly potent in this regard. If you add manuka honey to your diet, perhaps a few teaspoons a day, the bacterial infection in your gut won’t stand a chance. Research has directly linked manuka honey to the inhibition of Helicobacter pylori from multiplying and spreading. By stopping the infection in its tracks, manuka honey gives other remedies and treatments a chance to eliminate the remaining infection. Manuka honey can be mixed into milk, tea or water to enjoy its many benefits.

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