Wedderspoon Raw Organic Manuka Honey Active 12+
Bee venom treatments have successfully long been used to bring relief and healing for various spinal, neural, joint, or musculoskeletal ailments, The naturally intrinsic antibacterial and antiviral properties of bee venom mak…
Bee venom treatments have successfully long been used to bring relief and healing for various spinal, neural, joint, or musculoskeletal ailments.
The naturally intrinsic antibacterial and antiviral properties of bee venom make it a very unique tool in the fight against a wide variety of ailments.
So say a fond farewell to those old days of being sore, stiff, numb or achy!
Say a warm welcome to the new revitalizing days of immense relief, profound ease, healthful relaxation, enhanced mobility and increased well-being!
- Feature:All Natural and certified organic Manuka Honey
- Feature:Incorporates Bee Venom for relief from various ailments
- Feature:One teaspoon incorporates the venom from one bee sting
- Ingredients:Organic Manuka Honey, Bee Venom
- IngredientsSetElement:Organic Manuka Honey, Bee Venom
- Title:Wedderspoon Raw Organic Manuka Honey Active 12+ with Bee Venom, 8.8-Ounce Jar
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