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[Senior Alert] SABOTAGE deadly superbug infections with this exotic honey

If you only read the headlines in the mainstream media, you’d be convinced that we’re living in a real-life version of some sci-fi nightmare.

Robots are taking over our jobs… our houses are talking back to us… and disease-causing bugs are outsmarting the drugs meant to kill them.

Right now, older Americans are being ATTACKED by drug-resistant bacteria. They’re GETTING sick… and STAYING sick.

Mainstream docs THINK they’re out of options.

But that’s because they haven’t heard about the most broad-spectrum antibiotic of all – the one we have BEES to thank for.

And you can only get it from a remote, sparsely-populated chain of islands in the Asia-Pacific.

It kills bugs… DEAD

If you think your chances of a superbug striking are slim… you’re in for a RUDE AWAKENING.

One of them has probably ALREADY hit close to home.

And that may explain any number of “mystery symptoms”… or chronic and recurrent infections… that you haven’t been able to shake.

Consider some of the most common conditions to hit older Americans today, all caused by so-called “superbugs”:

  • ulcers, often caused by pylori
  • UTIs, often caused by coli and Enterococcus (including Vancomycin-resistant strains)
  • hospital-acquired infections of catheter sites and surgical incisions and even sepsis, caused by Staphylococcus (including MRSA).

Some bacteria are naturally able to resist certain antibiotics. Others have mutated so much, they’ve become practically IMMORTAL.

While nearly EVERY drug FAILS, there’s a special kind of honey that can put these bugs in their place.

Now, we know that most types of honey are antibacterial.

But in 2008, scientists discovered that the special powers of manuka honey in particular were, at least in part, due to a compound called methylglyoxal (MG).

Manuka honey contains A LOT more MG than other types of honey.

It gets its name because it comes from bees that pollinate the flowers of the “manuka” tree (Leptospermum scoparium), which the Polynesian people (a.k.a. the Maori) brought to New Zealand a few hundred years ago.

It’s the ONLY nectar the bees will feed on… and that makes manuka the PUREST of all types of honey.

The way it fights superbugs is two fold:

  1. It prevents bacteria from sticking to each other and attaching to medical devices like IVs and catheters (a.k.a. forming biofilms). And it can even break apart biofilms that have already formed.
  2. It kills the bacteria directly.

Even better, superbugs haven’t learned how to resist manuka honey.

And they probably never will.

Not only that, but manuka honey has shown the ability to REVERSE drug resistance in some superbugs… and actually help antibiotics wipe them out.

Look for a product that has a Unique Manuka Factor (or UMF) of at least 10. The higher the rating, the better.

It should be labeled as “UMF Manuka Honey” or “Active Manuka Honey”… manufactured in New Zealand… and licensed by the Unique Manuka Factor Honey Association (UMFHA).

Apply it directly to your bandaging for external wounds (including burns, bed sores, and diabetic ulcers)or swallow it by the tablespoon for gut ulcersand other internal infections.

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