Immunity

When your immune system’s doing its job efficiently, it can help prevent bugs from colds and flu to food poisoning. Make sure your diet ticks off key nutrients your immune system needs to maintain its normal function. You can give your diet an extra helping hand with a supplement designed specially to support your immune system.

High Strength Vitamin D
ManukaPlus
High Strength Vitamin D

Contributes to normal immune system function

£6.00

Vitamin D Spray with Manuka Honey & Propolis 500 M.E.D.
Propolis
Vitamin D Spray with Manuka Honey & Propolis 500 M.E.D.

Try for sore throats & tickly coughs

£6.00

Immunity Effervescent Tablets - Ginger - BBE Aug 2024 33% off
ManukaPlus
Immunity Effervescent Tablets - Ginger - BBE Aug 2024

Please note: BBE August 2024.

£3.00 was £4.50

Hand Sanitiser with Manuka Honey
Manuka Protect
Hand Sanitiser with Manuka Honey

Kills 99.99% of bacteria. Quick drying, moisturising formula

£5.00

Immune Defence Syrup - Lemon & Ginger
Mānuka honey
Immune Defence Syrup - Lemon & Ginger

Immune Defence: Vitamin B12, Vitamin C & Biotin

£8.00

Manuka Middles - Manuka Honey & Blackcurrant
Mānuka honey
Manuka Middles - Manuka Honey & Blackcurrant

Vitamin B12 & Vitamin C help your immune system

£3.50

Bee-Man - BBE May 2024 50% off
ManukaPlus
Bee-Man - BBE May 2024

Supports prostate health and men’s health and vitality

£3.00 was £6.00

Antibacterial Hand Wash with Manuka Honey
Manuka Protect
Antibacterial Hand Wash with Manuka Honey

With moisturising Manuka honey to help avoid dryness

£20.00

Manuka Honey Lozenges
Mānuka honey
Manuka Middles - Manuka Honey & Lemon

At the heart of each lozenge is a runny Manuka Honey centre

£3.50

Antibacterial Hand Cream with Manuka Honey 75% off
Manuka Protect
Antibacterial Hand Cream with Manuka Honey

Lab certified to kill up to 99.99 per cent harmful bacteria

£5.00 was £20.00

Meno-Hive
ManukaPlus
Meno-Hive

A daily Menopause supplement

£6.00

Bee Pollen 120g
Pollen
Bee Pollen 120g

High source of proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids

£5.50

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Immune System Support

Will these products help support my immune system?


Yes, according to EU research. Several of our products can claim immunity benefits as they have ingredients which have been studied and validated by EFSA (the European Food Safety Authority). Look for the “immune system support” logo on products that contain these ingredients.

Do your immunity products contain Manuka honey?


Yes, all our immunity products contain the same Manuka honey that we also sell in jars. Harvested from our own Manuka Doctor hives in New Zealand and tested to meet the strict New Zealand Government Standard. Manuka honey has anti-microbial properties than other types of honey does not display.

Should I look for products that include Vitamin C?


Yes. This nutrient has several important functions according to the NHS, including protecting cells and keeping them healthy, maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage and helping with wound healing (1). Manuka Doctor’s Bee’s Sneeze capsules contain 600 per cent of your recommend amount of Vitamin C. Our Immune Defence Syrup also contains this important nutrient.

1. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-c/

Is Zinc important for immunity?


Yes. Zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system. Since the human body does not store zinc, it must be consumed regularly as part of the diet. You can find it in seafood, red meat, chickpeas, eggs, pumpkin and sunflower seeds. The NHS website recommends women consume 7mg of Zinc a day (1). Manuka Doctor’s new Manuka Middles contain Zinc, with just one lozenge providing 15 per cent of your daily requirement. Our Bee’s Sneeze capsules also contain Zinc.

1. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vitamins-and-minerals/others/

Can honey help with coughs?


Yes. Advice published by NHS watchdog NICE and Public Health England in 2018 says honey should be the first line of treatment for patients with a cough (1). The guidelines say antibiotics make little difference to coughs, while honey can help with the symptoms.

In an interview Dr Tessa Lewis, of NICE, said: “In the committee’s view, taking a spoonful of honey or a honey and lemon drink is a good first step a person can take for self-treatment for a cough. Honey is a natural remedy which has been tried and tested for generations.” (2)

1. https://www.nice.org.uk/news/article/antibiotics-should-not-be-issued-as-first-line-of-treatment-for-a-cough-says-nice-and-phe

2. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6088589/Patients-cough-told-reach-HONEY-instead-calling-GP-antibiotics.html