Manuka Honey Lozenges in a bowl - a natural support for sore throats and cough

by Manuka Honey Team February 17, 2022 2 min read

Why Manuka Honey Lozenges Are So Good For You

Lozenges are one of the many ways you can take Manuka Honey and get the full health benefits of this delicious super-food.

Lozenges are a great way to deliver natural benefits directly to the problem. In the UK, honey is recommended as a treatment for coughs in children and adults aged over 5 years.

Here are some benefits of choosing Manuka Honey lozenges.

  1.  Manuka Honey goodness to where it’s needed the most.

When you’ve got a sore, dry throat or cough, lozenges will deliver the
goodness straight to where it’s needed the most: your sore and scratchy

2. Medicinal grade Manuka Honey

Lozenges that contain UMF 10+ or MGO 250+ Manuka Honey are considered
“therapeutic grade”. Choosing lozenges with UMF 10+ or MGO 250+ will give
you the most benefits.

 3. A convenient pop of Manuka Honey

You don’t need to wait to get home and open a jar of Manuka Honey. Keep a
bag of Manuka Honey lozenges in your handbag, desk drawer or pocket for
when your throat is feeling dry and sore. Great to have after a long meeting or



How to choose the right Manuka Honey lozenges for you

  • Make sure you check the directions. Some lozenges are not suitable for young children and pregnant or breastfeeding women.
  • Choose Manuka Honey lozenges with added propolis, ginger or menthol for added winter wellness
  • Choose UMF 10+ or MGO 250+ Manuka Honey lozenges for all healing purposes

Manuka Honey lozenges can be another way to enjoy the benefits of Manuka Honey for every day wellness.


Buy your Manuka Honey lozenges now.

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We don’t just pull our information out of thin air. We make sure that all the information we share with you about Manuka Honey and Manuka Honey products has been carefully fact-checked. If you want to read more about the topics we covered in this blog, here are our sources.

lvarez-Suarez J et al. (2014). The composition and biological activity of Honey: a focus on Manuka Honey. Foods3(3), 420-432

Bardy J et al (2012). A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised trial of active manuka Honey and standard oral care for radiation-induced oral mucositis. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery50(3), 221-226

Mavric E et al. (2008). Identification and quantification of methylglyoxal as the dominant antibacterial constituent of Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) Honeys from New Zealand. Molecular nutrition & food research52(4), 483-489

Ministry of Health. 2010. Our Oral Health: Key findings of the 2009 New Zealand Oral Health Survey. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

HS news. Honey not antibiotics recommended for coughs. Accessed June