Manuka honey eczema

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Eczema is known as an inflammatory disease of the skin. Eczema causes skin irritation and inflammation. In many cases, eczema is found in families with a history of allergies and asthma .

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Eczema is not contagious and can not be spread from person to person. What causes eczema? Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema. It is believed that this dermatitis is inherited as an addiction, which usually cause secondary diseases, such as allergies, asthma and hay fever. US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reports that the incidence of atopic dermatitis has been steadily increasing. The number of patients is between 10 and 30 % of Americans .

Contact dermatitis is known as a skin reaction on contact with an irritant, such as detergents, down feathers, cosmetics, soap, etc.

Symptoms of Eczema

Symptoms of Eczema – are dry, scaly skin, often accompanied by pruritus. Usually accompanied by irritation. The most common areas of exposure are: hands, feet, knees and face. In severe cases eczema appears in the form of broken and bleeding skin.
The cause of eczema is unknown, but it is believed that it is related to the weakening of the human immune system. It is believed that the contact eczema is a reaction to the bacteria that live on the skin.

Healing Eczema with Manuka Honey

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Eczema and should be treated inside and outside.

For internal use:

It is known that active UMF 20 + Manuka Honey improves the immune system. Application of Manuka Honey orally helps to boost the immune system, which in turn brings relief for people experiencing reactions of eczema. Strengthening the immune system can provide long-term care for people suffering from eczema.

External application:

Contact eczema is caused by a reaction of the skin to the bacteria that live on the skin surface. Application of Active UMF20 + Manuka Honey directly to the skin surface kills harmful bacteria on the skin, thus eliminating the cause of this reaction.

Honey also provides a moist environment on the skin, helping to heal already affected area.

Manuka honey specificity


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Manuka Honey is produced by bees that gather nectar from the flowers of Manuka Tree (Leptospermum Scoparium). Manuka tree or shrub grows wild on undeveloped land and the hills of New Zealand.
Not every honey, collected from the flowers of the Manuka tree has a certified UMF ® activity. In some areas, the trees do not produce Manuka honey, which contains the same number of UMF ® each year. For this reason, each batch of Manuka Honey is tested after packaging of honey in jars, to ensure accurate labeling properties of UMF ®.  Presence of hydrogen peroxide in all kinds of honey is due to the action of an enzyme that is added by bees to honey. Specificity of UMF ® is that this chemical property honey obtains with phytochemicals – that is, directly from the nectar of Manuka flowers.

Researchers still can not prove it, whether the factor UMF ® is derived from a certain subspecies of the Manuka bush, or is caused by some environmental factors such as soil quality. Furthermore, it is impossible to predict the level of UMF ® from year to year. Therefore, each batch is tested and certified after the honey has been packed.

Our responsibility:
Information on this website should not be construed as a substitute for medical care. We do not recommend people to stop to take prescribed medication or stop to visit your doctor.
Our intention is to raise awareness of the potential healing qualities of Active Manuka Honey.
Please consult a doctor if the symptoms when taking Manuka Honey do not pass.

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