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Manuka Honey Aids Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis

August 23, 2019

If you or someone you know suffers from Ulcerative Colitis, you may get relief by adding Manuka honey to your daily regimen. 

"Manuka honey consists of various substances which are antioxidants and prevent the damage to the tissues of the gastro-intestinal tract; hence aiding the symptoms of ulcerative colitis."

For more details, read this article.

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