Gastritis

Active Manuka Honey is a naturally organic, medicinal, researched, antibacterial honey used internally for Gastro-Intestinal Disorders, such as Acid Reflux, Heartburn, up-set Stomach, Stomach Ulcer, Gastritis, Duodenal Ulcer, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, (IBS) as well as for external Wound Care such as Burns, Wounds, Ulcers, Sores, Scars, Methicillin-Resistant Staph Auereus (MRSA) infected wounds, post-operative scar wound healing. Active Manuka Honey has been researched over 20 years by Dr. Molan at the Waikato University in New Zealand and found to naturally destroy staph aureus, streptococcus as well as h. pylori. Is Active Manuka Honey a natural gastritis cure?
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What is gastritis and how is it contracted?
How can I prevent getting gastritis?
Natural Treatment for gastritis and other gastro intestinal disorders with Active Manuka Honey?
What is Active Manuka Honey?
Has Active Manuka Honey been researched?
What does 'UMF' and the UMF Rating mean?
Advantages of treating gastritis with Active Manuka Honey?
Are there any side-effects to Active Manuka Honey?
Do you have Customer Testimonies?
How can I purchase Active Manuka Honey?
I have more questions...
How long has Manuka Honey Body Products been in business?

Active Manuka Honey is used as natural gastritis treatment. Active Manuka Honey has been extensively researched.

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Active Manuka Honey is considered a natural remedy for gastritis. Active Manuka Honey is taken daily, 3x1 teaspoon placed on a one-bite size piece of bread, or toast, or bagel or a slice of fruit. Take one teaspoon 20 min. before meals. You can take a 4th teaspoon before retiring for the day.

What is gastritis and how is it contracted?

Gastritis is either a chronic or acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach lining. Gastritis is caused by various actions, conditions, illnesses or trauma

  • drinking to much alcohol
     
  • prolonged use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID's) such as aspirin, ibuprofen
     
  • Certain diseases can also trigger gastritis such as autoimmune disorders, chronic bile reflux
  • h pylori infection (infection caused by the helicobacter pylori bacterium)
     
  • after major surgery
     
  • traumatic injury
     
  • severe infections

The most common symptoms of gastritis are...

  • abdominal upset and pain
     
  • bloating
     
  • vomiting
     
  • nausea
  • blood in stool or vomit may indicate bleeding in the stomach, which requires immediate medical attention
     
  • feeling of burning in the upper abdomen

Gastritis can be diagnosed by:

  • blood test

  • h. pylori testing

  • stool test

  • gastrointestinal endoscopy

How can I prevent getting gastritis?

Stomach acids irritate the inflamed stomach lining. Avoid eating hot, spicy, irritating foods, certain medications, excessive use of alcohol and cigarettes. Smokers are twice as likely to develop ulcers and gastritis symptoms than non-smokers, by providing a more favorable condition for the h. pylori bacteria. Stress and ongoing stressful situations also seem to aggravate an ulcer and gastritis. Stress seems to increase acid production. Stress can also increase blood pressure and anxiety, therefore causing favorable conditions for the ulcer to grow and further irritate the stomach lining. Other factors that tend to cause ulcers and irritate a stomach, are pepsin. Pepsin is released by the mucosa to help break down protein, and hydrochloric acid, an acid released by the digestive system. A history of gastritis in the family can also be a reason for a greater likelihood of getting gastritis due to hereditary tendencies. Also certain drug side effects can cause the mucosa to break, thus causing the beginning of gastritis.

Taking 3 x a day 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey on a small piece of bread (square inch size), seems to naturally soothe and heal an irritated stomach. Active Manuka Honey is used to naturally help destroy the h. pylori bacterium as we sooth and heal the entire internal tract.

Natural Treatment for gastritis and other gastro intestinal disorders with Active Manuka Honey?

  • Acid Reflux
  • Heartburn
  • Esophagus Ulcer
  • Up-set Stomach
  • Stomach Ulcer/Peptic Ulcer
  • Helicobacter Pylori
  • Gastritis
  • Duodenal Ulcer
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

How to apply Active Manuka Honey to the following Internal Ailments:

Acid Reflux
Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the esophagus.
Heartburn
Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the esophagus.
Esophagus Ulcer
Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the esophagus.
Up-set Stomach

Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out an up-set stomach. Taking Active Manuka Honey is soothing after an episode of restaurant food poisoning. Due to the large and quick loss of liquids when experiencing diarrhea and vomiting after a food poisoning episode, you must consult your doctor quickly.
Stomach Ulcer /
Peptic Ulcer

Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the stomach.
Helicobacter Pylori /
h. pylori

Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the stomach and naturally help destroy the h. pylori bacteria typically associated  stomach ulcers.
Gastritis
Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the stomach.
Duodenal Ulcer

Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the duodenum.

Ulcerative Colitis
Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the stomach and help sooth the ulcerative colitis.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Take 1 teaspoon of Active Manuka Honey 3-4 times per day on a small square inch size piece of bread, toast or bagel, 20 minutes before meals, to coat out the irritable bowel lining.

What is Active Manuka Honey?

Active Manuka Honey, is harvested from the flower of the wild, un-cultivated Tea Tree Bush (called leptospermum scoparium) in New Zealand. The bees are placed in the middle of wild tea tree bushes to collect this precious, medicinal honey. The honey is then very carefully extracted from the comb in a process called 'cold slung'. The honey is 'swung cold' out of the comb, after carefully scrapping off the comb capings. The comb capings keep the honey inside the comb. Active Manuka Honey has been used by New Zealand's Aboriginal people for centuries for both stomach as well as wound healing purposes.

Has Active Manuka Honey been researched?

Active Manuka Honey has been researched by Dr. Peter Molan, Senior Lecturer of the Waikato University, New Zealand for over 20 years. Dr. Molan has found that Active Manuka Honey seems to naturally destroy staphaureus, streptococcus (even antibiotic resistant MRSA, Golden Staph), as well as h. pylori (helicobacter pylori), the bacteria typically associated to stomach ulcers. For more information about Dr. Molan's Reserach work, please visit the website of the Waikato University.

The non-peroxide (UMF activity) in Active Manuka Honey has been described by Molan and Russell (1998) and Allen (1991). The non-peroxide antibacterial activity in honey is important for wound care uses, since the factor is not reduced by catalyses activity in tissues or blood (Cooper 1999).

Active Manuka Honey has been shown in laboratory studies to have antibacterial activity against the 7 most common species of bacteria found in wounds. 58 strains of Staphylococcus Aureus isolated from infected wounds showed complete inhibition at concentrations of 2-3% Active Manuka Honey. The effect was caused by factors in addition to the sugar in the honey (Cooper 1999). Methicillin-Resistant Staph Auereus (MRSA) strains have also been tested against Active Manuka Honey, with complete inhibition shown at 10% honey concentration (Molan 1996).

Active Manuka Honey also inhibits the growth of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) at about half the concentration of clover honey with hydrogen peroxide activity (Allen 2000). Honey, including Active Manuka Honey, has shown the prevent the growth of Pseudomonas spp. found on the surface of a wound, even if the honey was diluted 10 fold by exudation from the tissue (Cooper and Molan 1996).

In addition to the antimicrobial activity present in honey, honey enhances wound healing by a variety of other means. (Molan 1998/1999, Subrahmanyam 1991). These include

a) providing a moist, but sterile environment for tissue re-growth which
    enhances tissue formation and reduces tissue deformity

b) eliminating tissue damage caused by the use of standard antibiotics

c) the osmotic effect pulling up serum from the body into the wound

d) the osmotic effect absorbing pus from the wound

e) providing glucose used by white blood cells to create the 'respiratory
    burst' needed to destroy bacteria

f) providing a natural barrier between the wound and the dressing, which
   protects new cell growth tissue from being torn away when the dressing is
   changed, providing a painless wound dressing change

g) providing acidification of the wound, which has been shown to stimulate healing,
   by creating an anti-inflammatory effect through the reduction in the number of
   inflammatory cells in wound tissue (honey has antioxidant properties) providing
   wound bacteria with nutrients instead of amino acids, thus encouraging the
   bacteria to produce lactic acid instead of ammonia (the chemical associated with
   odor in skin ulcers).

Dr. Peter Molan (1998) has carried out comprehensive review of case studies, animal studies and randomized clinical trials, where honey was used to treat wounds, burns and skin ulcers. Dunford (2000) has presented case studies describing the use of Active Manuka Honey in the treatment of wound and chronically infected lesions, including a case where massive skin lesions and necrosis resulting from meningococcal septicemia not responding to conventional treatment, healed completely within 10 weeks of the start of Active Manuka Honey treatment (Dunford 2000).

What does 'UMF' and the UMF Rating mean?

UMF stands for Unique Manuka Factor. The UMF number is a standard way of describing the anti-bacterial strength of Active Manuka Honey. The honey is put in a plate with a bacterial culture, and the area is measured where the bacterial growth is stopped. This area is compared to a similar area produced by a solution of phenol and water. The UMF number refers to the percentage of phenol in the water. So Active Manuka Honey is honey that has the same anti-bacterial strength as 10% phenol. Active Manuka Honey has very powerful antibacterial activity. It can destroy staphaureus bacteria even when it is diluted to only 1.8% honey concentration in water. It has also been shown to effectively destroy Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus,  MRSA (also called the Golden Staph or "Super Bug") at 10% honey concentration).

Advantages of treating gastritis with Active Manuka Honey?

  • No known side effects to active manuka honey

  • Soothing, natural pain relieving healing honey

  • Supported by extensive research

  • Protects and heals the gastro intestinal lining

  • Can be used long-term

  • Easy to use and safe

  • Anti-inflammatory effect

  • Antibacterial effect 4 times greater than standard Antiseptic (minimum 18% carbolic equivalent)

  • Naturally seem to destroy staphaureus, streptococcus and h. pylori (helicobacter pylori)

  • If you are diabetic, consult with your doctor first. Manuka Honey seems to raise blood sugar levels less than other sweeteners. Blood sugar levels seem to return to normal only 2 hours after honey intake

  • cost effective

Are there any side-effects to Active Manuka Honey"

There are no known side effects to Active Manuka Honey when used internally, unless you are allergic to honey itself. Occasionally, when Active Manuka Honey is used on an external wound, it can burn and sting for a while, because of it's high activity level. If the burning and stinging persists after 5-10 minutes, the Active Manuka Honey must be removed from the wound and can be replaced with Regular Manuka Honey. The Regular Manuka Honey should not burn and sting at all when applied to a wound and can still be quite effective in helping the wound heal all natural. Diabetics must always consult their doctor first, regarding dosage.

Do you have Customer Testimonies?

Customer Testimony " How Active Manuka Honey helped with Stomach Ulcer and Gastritis:

"I am writing to thank your company for making an excellent product. I purchased the active manuka honey for a stomach ulcer and gastritis. I had been taking acid reducers for 3 months. I went  back to the doctor and the ulcer and gastritis had not gone away. I came across your product through a search engine on the internet. I started using the active manuka honey once in the morning and once at night. The next day I felt better. I continue to use the manuka honey 2 times a day. It is great. I will find out in 3 months if the ulcer and gastritis has healed, but the way I feel from taking the honey, I know it has healed. No more stomach pains, or burning. The honey works better than the medicine the doctors prescribe. Thanks for making a wonderful product!! Keep up the good work!" D.L. Jamaica, N.Y.

Customer Testimony: How Active Manuka Honey has helped with Gastritis

I heard about Manuka Honey Body Products through the internet when I was searching for a cure for my gastritis. I've been taking it for the past few weeks, and it has improved my gastritis, although not completely. I'll remain taking it and hopefully it will relieve me from my gastritis. Sincerely A. M. Miami FL

How can I purchase Active Manuka Honey?

To purchase Active Manuka Honey or any other Manuka Product, go to our Secure Online Shopping Cart at:
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How do I store Active Manuka Honey?

Keep honey stored at room temperature in your kitchen cupboard or first aid closet.  No need to refrigerate. Keep away from direct sunlight exposure.

How long has the Company Manuka Honey Body Products been in business?

Manuka Honey Body Products is the First and Original Manuka Honey Company in the US. We have been serving our world-wide Clientele since 1994. We import our honey directly from our New Zealand Bee Keepers and ship it throughout the United States, Canada and the rest of the world. For more information about the company, go to: About Us

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