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Is all MANUKA HONEY considered active?

May 16, 2016

No, not all MANUKA HONEY has heightened antibacterial (active) properties. It needs to be laboratory tested to determine whether it is active and the strength of its activity level. The chart below converts the different measuring systems for MANUKA HONEY. Nature's Gold uses the NPA rating.

NPA or UMF 5+      =      MGO 83

NPA or UMF 10+     =     MGO 263

NPA or UMF 15+     =     MGO 514

NPA or UMF 20+     =     MGO 829

NPA or UMF 22+     =     MGO 975

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