Mānuka honey's benefits extend beyond human health to include animal well-being. In the realm of veterinary care, this natural remedy has shown promise in treating various conditions in pets and livestock. Mānuka honey's antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties make it an effective solution for wound management in animals, aiding in faster healing and reduced infection risk. It can also be administered orally to support digestive health and boost the immune system. The natural nature of Mānuka honey makes it a safer alternative to synthetic treatments. It serves as a valuable tool in the maintenance and recovery of animal health, enhancing the overall care of our furry and feathered companions.

Mānuka honey as rongoā for animals in agriculture

Mānuka honey as rongoā for animals in agriculture

ABSTRACT The Mānuka tree is unique to Aotearoa New Zealand and was recognised by early Māori traditions as a taonga (treasure) due to its wide variety of uses and is the first globally recognised t...

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