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A brilliant new wound care products – Medihoney

A brilliant new wound care products – Medihoney.


Now available at the SummerGlow Apiaries online store is the Comvita Medihoney range of products.

Medihoney combines leading wound care and therapeutic skincare products made with an exceptionally high quality medical grade Manuka Honey.

Comvita uses advanced scientific knowledge to maximise this honey’s potential in all of its therapeutic products.

Medihoney products challenge the reliance on synthetic medicines and treatments and provide a natural alternative for wound and skin care, suitable for use by the whole family.

Medihoney is the safe and natural choice to take care of your wound and skincare needs. All products in the Comvita Medihoney range contain Medihoney Antibacterial Manuka Honey.

Not all Manuka Honey has the unique activity and amongst those that do the strength varies.
To determine if the special antibacterial activity is present in Manuka Honey each batch must be tested (after packing) in specifically approved laboratories using stringent criteria laid down by the UMF Honey Association.

This specialised medical grade honey reduces the risk of infection from bacteria, creates an optimal environment for wound healing and helps to clean the wound naturally.

Not only does it help in the encouraging the healing process, Medihoney Antibacterial Manuka Honey contains a host of active properties that reduce the risk of infection from bacteria by keeping all those nasty germs at bay. Medihoney provides an antibacterial barrier to stop infection and has been proven effective against the most common types of wound infecting bacteria.

SummerGlow Apiaries have been beekeeping and producing Honey for more than 37 years, and has specialised in high activity UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) Manuka Honey for the past 18 years. In particular SummerGlow Apiaries specialises in the highest quality UMF 10+ and superior UMF16+.

“Our philosophy at SummerGlow is to locate the best products and supply them via our web and Facebook stores to our customers worldwide. We love to hear from our customers as they benefit from the powerful naturally occurring properties found in Manuka honey and the products in which it is used,” says James Jeffery, director and co-owner at SummerGlow Apiaries.

“We have a long standing relationship with Comvita dating back to the initial inception of the New Zealand Manuka Honey industry and this relationship allows SummerGlow to sell top quality Comvita products through our web store along side our top quality UMF rated Manuka Honey,” says James.

Founded in 1974 by Claude Stratford with a mission to "produce natural products that improve the community's health", Comvita now has a global reputation for premium healthcare and skincare products with a bee focus and is committed to the development of innovative natural products based on scientific research.


Visit the SummerGlow Apiaries store today to get your MediHoney products: http://www.manukahoney.com/online_store.cfm

Contact SummerGlow:
Phone: 07 8297641
Address: 131 Richards Road, Te Kowhai, RD8, Hamilton.
Email: margaret@summerglow.co.nz
Website: www.manukahoney.co.nz
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SummerGlowApiaries


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