Mānuka honey offers a ray of hope for those battling chronic health conditions. Its potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties can provide relief to individuals with conditions like diabetes, arthritis, and gastrointestinal issues. The honey's ability to boost the immune system and reduce inflammation is especially beneficial for those with long-term health challenges. Additionally, research suggests that Mānuka honey may help in wound healing, a critical aspect for those with chronic skin conditions or injuries. While Mānuka honey isn't a cure, it offers a natural and supportive resource for managing the symptoms and improving the overall quality of life for those living with chronic health conditions.

Translational Research Health Project on Mānuka - Focusing on Cholesterol

Translational Research Health Project on Mānuka - Focusing on Cholesterol

This project aims to collaborate with various local stakeholders for the development of protocols, research questions, data gathering and community engagement on Mānuka as a rongoa for Māori, with ...

We work in collaboration across multiple organisations

Chief medical officer

Dr marc s. stevens, md

FACS, FICS, Fellow of the American Academy, Board Certified Americal Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

Dr Marc is our Medical Physician based in North Carolina, USA. With over 20+ years' experience across the board including 15 years in nutrition and nutraceuticals. Marc brings deep understanding and connections throughout all areas of the USA medical scene including research, clinical surveys and partnerships.

chief science officer

lillian morton phd

PhD Medical and Health Sciences. MDc (dis). IOC Sports Nutrition Diploma. ISAK Level 3. NZ Registered Nutritionist.

Lillian comes from decades of working with High Performance Sports NZ, Olympics, Rugby New Zealand continues to specialize in working with high performance athletes. She is a researcher and scientist, developing research methodologies, keynote speaking and more.