Created by Enbiologics, HoneyCure is an all-natural, easy-to-apply, hydro-gel that encourages rapid healing in your animals with minimal discomfort and scarring. The main active ingredient of HoneyCure is Manuka honey, which is traditionally known as a medicine with known antimicrobial properties that quickly repairs wounds; it is the only honey out there that is approved by the FDA as medical grade. HoneyCure is a natural antimicrobial veterinary wound care product; therefore, it contains no harmful chemicals or additives that could potentially irritate your animal.
One of the major reasons we are using all natural ingredients is because bacteria can not build a resistance towards them. As of now, most of the currently available synthesized antibiotics are not as strong as they once were as a result of the rising of bacterial resistance to those particular antibiotics. HoneyCure is engineered naturally in order to:
Inflammation of the wound is a defensive mechanism deployed by the body. Sometimes a wound will not heal due to the wound being stuck in this phase. As a result, chronic wounds occur and they are extremely difficult to heal. In order to combat this, HoneyCure:
Not only is HoneyCure anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and shown to heal your animal’s wounds at a faster rate, HoneyCure is also:
Manuka honey is a powerful healing tool for three main reasons.
The first is a natural abundance of hydrogen peroxide and methylglyoxal (MG). While hydrogen peroxide is found in all kinds of honey, MG is an antibacterial compound found in higher concentration in Manuka honey, due to its abundance in the manuka flower. The high concentration of antibacterial compounds makes this gel effective in preventing infection.
Secondly, Honeycure utilizes a proprietary blend of essential oils. This tea tree-based blend acts as a soothing agent to lower animal pain and reduce irritation. These oils work specifically with Manuka honey to deliver an anti-inflammatory effect, providing a stable and pain-free environment for the wound to heal.
The third reason for this honey’s utility is its osmotic potential. Honey has a high concentration of sugars and other soluble material, so it naturally absorbs fluid from wounds. This helps the wound to drain and heal, while also keeping the area hydrated to minimize scarring. This method of wound care, called wet wound healing, is scientifically proven to increase skin healing time, while also minimizing scar tissue formation.