What is Wound Honey?

Eras Natural Sciences' Wound Honey is a wound care topical product which has natural, powerful anti-bacterial properties. Wound Honey aids in healing, helps to soothe painful wounds, and protects against infections

The key ingredient to this powerful wound care topical is Active Manuka Honey, imported directly from New Zealand. Active Manuka Honey is pure, natural, unpasteurized, organic honey that is collected from the Manuka Bush (Leptospermum). Active Manuka Honey is clinically proven to have antibacterial properties, including activity against MRSA. Active Manuka decreases infections, reduces malodor, soothes pain, and protects against additional infections.

Wound Honey uses the power of Active Manuka Honey and combines it with Aloe Vera and Panthenol (a non-irritating form of Vitamin B) to increase the soothing properties, assist in cell regeneration, and speed up healing. To learn more about our product, please refer to How It Works.

person's left palm with bandage
person's left palm with bandage

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Here's What Our Customers Are Saying

"I had a very large diabetic ulcer with a blister on my large toe, I applied Wound Honey and within 24hrs I was 75% healed, with no sign of infection. I was completely healed within days. I can't thank Wound Honey enough!"

Adrien Goldbaum

"As a vascular surgeon, I see wounds of all kinds and all sizes. Wound Honey has been a tremendous help to my patients both in the hospital and in my practice."

Dr. Shawn Skillern MD, Vascular Surgeon

"I am not sure I would have believed how well Wound Honey works had I not seen it for myself. Wound Honey has been an incredible success for my patients. I now start with Wound Honey on all of my wound care patients."

Dr. Scott Roberg DPM

"I had an ulcer with a horrible odor. After surgery I began using Wound Honey to treat my infection; I was healed in about eight days. Wound Honey is nothing short of amazing."

N.W. California