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  • Strengthen your Preschooler’s Immune System with Honey

    A daily dose of Manuka honey can ward off the sniffles.
  • Manuka HoneyThe school year is often regarded as one of the most exciting and busiest times of the year for kids. The ushering of the school year signifies new bags, new clothes, new teachers and new friends! Unfortunately, it is also the season for common respiratory ailments such as colds, coughs and flu brought about by bad weather and close contact with other kids in school. But parents need not worry too much! There is a safe, yummy and natural way to strengthen your child’s immune system and ward off contagious diseases.

    Manuka Health Honey MGO 250: Your child’s partner in health
    One teaspoon of Manuka Health Honey MGO 250+ a day is all you need to strengthen your child’s immune system and help prevent common respiratory diseases. The secret to the amazing immune system-boosting benefit of Manuka Honey is its Methylglyoxal (MGO) content which is nature’s version of your over-the-counter antibiotic. Thus, it can also be used to treat slight cases of colds, cough and flu.

    What makes Manuka Health Honey MGO 250+ special is that the honey used in each bottle comes from Manuka bush grown exclusively at Mt. Adams, New Zealand. Manuka Honey from this part of the world has been tested and scientifically proven to be the most potent - it contains the highest amount of MGO owing to the unique geographic conditions of the country.

    So now that school has started, give your child a dose of Manuka Health Honey 250+ MGO and be worry-free this school season!

    Manuka Health Honey MGO 250 is available in 250g (P1,500) and 500g (P2,700). Call 636 5588 / 0917 863 5588 / 0999 997 4277 for inquiries, and to avail of their Manuka Treats Anniversary Promo.

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