Thomas Henle from the TU Dresden explains the antibacterial effect of MGO Manuka. Theme "MGO Manuka" in the Xenius / Arte...
Thomas Henle from the TU Dresden explains the antibacterial effect of MGO Manuka.
Theme "MGO Manuka" in the Xenius / Arte show on December 13, 2017
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Raw MANUKA Honey Balls homemade - this treat is just wright as a dessert, snack or for breakfast. Also kids will love it!!
10 medjool dates
½ cup raw almonds
½ cup raw cashews
¼ cup raw cacao powder
2 tbsp desiccated unsweetened coconut
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp maca powder (optional)
1 tbsp lucuma powder (optional)
2 tbsp coconut oil
pinch sea salt
2 tbsp manuka honey
METHOD: In a food processor blitz almond and cashew nuts until finely chopped. Add dates and all the remaining ingredients (excluding Manuka Honey) and keep blending for about 2-5 minutes – until it gets sticky and you can roll little balls. At the end, add in Manuka honey and do a quick blitz or stir in.
Roll into balls of your preferred size. Put in a container and to cool down place in the freezer for about 30min. Once set they can be left in the fridge for about 2 weeks.
TIP: Keep hands cool while rolling the balls by running under cold water occasionally.
For colds and infections with a cough and sore throat, a teaspoon of manuka honey is allowed to melt on the tongue at least 3 times a day. You keep the manuka honey as long as possible in the mouth and then swallow it very slowly. The last teaspoon is best taken just before going to bed. Thus, the anti-inflammatory and anti-cariogenic effect of honey can also benefit the gums and oral cavity.
In cases of runny nose and sinusitis, antibiotics are often considered to be ineffective because they can not reach the mucous membrane due to their systemic mode of action (via the bloodstream). Manuka honey, on the other hand, can easily be smeared on the inner nasal walls at bedtime, so that the honey can act overnight on the mucous membranes.
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Tips for storing honey in the home:
Storage container - stainless steel, plastic, glass (if possible dark).
Cool, dark & dry - protect honey from direct sunlight. Do not store near heat sources, not in heated rooms, or store in a refrigerator.
Odorless - always close the lid well.
Honey is heat sensitive. Important ingredients and enzymes are lost in high, too long warming or at high long tempartures. Honey draws moisture from the air (hygroscopic), as a result, it can come to fermentation. However, with well sealed glasses and dry storage, the water content does not increase. Honey is sensitive to light. With prolonged exposure to light, enzymes with inhibitory effects can be destroyed.
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Our intestine has an extensive network of nerves, and this "belly brain" thinks along. Our physiological intestinal flora does invaluable valuable work to keep us alive. – So, please indulge your intestine e.g. with MANUKA HONEY.
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