What is HoneyCure?

HoneyCure for Animal Wound Care

HoneyCure is an all-natural, easy to apply, and cost effective antimicrobial veterinary wound care hydro-gel, which contains no harmful chemicals or additives, and encourages rapid healing with minimal discomfort as well as scarring. The main active ingredient in HoneyCure is medical-grade Manuka honey from New Zealand; it is the only type of honey that is FDA approved to be medical-grade. Manuka Honey is a traditional medicine with known unique and strong antimicrobial and wound repairing properties. 

Effective and Safe to treat:

  • Small Cuts
  • Hot-Spots
  • Mild to Moderate Burns
  • Deep Wounds
  • Abrasions
  • Infected wounds
  • Chronic wounds

HoneyCure is suitable for the treatment of

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Horses
  • Large Animals
  • Small Companion Animals

Natural Honey


Most of the current available synthesized Antibiotics are not as strong as they once were, this is due to the rise of the bacterial resistance to those Antibiotics. This is one of the major reasons we are using all Natural ingredients; bacteria can not build a resistance towards them.

  • HoneyCure kills and inhibits a broad spectrum of microbes (bacteria-viruses-fungi-etc...)  through several mechanisms.
  • HoneyCure contains high levels of hydrogen peroxide, which contributes a great deal to the antiseptic activity.
  • As well as being acidic and containing high sugar levels which prevents any further or new microbial growth.
  • Additionally, HoneyCure contains Manuka Honey which contains high concentrations of Methylglyoxal (MGO), giving unique antimicrobial properties not seen with other honeys.
  • HoneyCure’s antimicrobial properties are compounded with a strong formulation of essential oils to provide a product that can treat and prevent infections.
  • HoneyCure has essential oils which possess several antimicrobial properties due to their chemical composition of Terpene Hydrocarbons.
  • These essential oils work in a way to disrupt the cell membrane that surrounds bacteria. The disruption causes growth instabilities which inhibits the bacterial colonization of the wound bed.


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.

  • HoneyCure rapidly treats and clears wound infections, which are the reason for prolonged healing process or eventually chronic.
  • HoneyCure is rich in Flavonoids and Polyphenols; antioxidants that are effective in the reduction of inflammation.
  • HoneyCure has the activity of autolytic debridement, which helps get rid of dead tissue cells and other contaminants, in turn reducing inflammatory stimuli.
  • An important property of HoneyCure is the ability to stimulate the body’s monocytes to secrete cytokines which signal wound healing mechanisms.


  • HoneyCure's honey content is also known to be hygroscopic; it can draw some moisture out of the environment to dehydrate bacteria.
  • HoneyCure holds a high viscosity which works on providing a barrier at the wound site to prevent more infection.
  • HoneyCure has the ability to reduce ‘Reactive Intermediates Release’ that works on limiting more tissue damage.
  • HoneyCure's honey content is proven to be capable of stimulating Monocytes, which are the precursors of macrophages; the stimulation can result in the secretion of TNF-alpha. The resulted Cytokine features the ability to induce wound repair. 


  • The HoneyCure holds and keeps a high acidic environment, this creates bad site for the most common types of fungi that infect the skin tissue, thus it prevents the infection.
  • The essential oil, derives its anti-fungal activity by inhibiting cellular respiration.
  • The essential oil also changes the fungal cell membrane, making it more permeable and damaging key properties of it.

Other significant properties of HoneyCure

  • HoneyCure is non-toxic and non irritative to animals once applied.
  • In other words, the animals will not feel the urge or need to lick the gel off of the wound.
  • This is a critical part of the healing process allowing for the maximum potential of the product to be achieved.
  • HoneyCure also has the activity of an insect repellent in order to prevent insects from interfering with the wounded area and reduces the potential for infection.