Manuka Honey Soothing Liquid

Manuka Honey Soothing Liquid
Product Code: 2033089
About this product
Blackmores Manuka Honey Soothing Liquid is a soothing throat spray which is prepared using honey made by honeybees from the flowers of Eucalypt trees and Manuka shrubs in Australia. Suitable for those who are experiencing sore throat symptoms such as itchiness and pain as it serves as a throat relief.

Availability: In stock

Product Description


Product Description

  • Helps soothe the upper throat
  • Spray towards back of mouth for sore throat relief
  • Contains key active ingredient: Purified honey (300mg)
  • Pale amber liquid with odour of honey, cinnamon, cloves and citrus
  • Contains natural orange, clove and cinnamon oils UMF 5+
  • Traceable back to the individual beekeeping families who cared for the bees and hives that produced the honey

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Do not use if carton tamper seal is broken before first use.

Discard 2 months after opening.

Store below 30°C in a cool and dry place.


Clove oil may cause local irritation and allergic reactions.

If symptoms persist, please consult your healthcare professional.

Health Warnings

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional

Not suitable for children under the age of 2 years.

Not recommended for use during pregnancy and lactation.



Adults and children over 2 years of age - Spray towards the back of the mouth as required.







Honey – purified 300mg

No added colouring, artificial flavours, artificial sweeteners, alcohol.


Additional Information

Additional Information

Pack Size Others
Disclaimers No
Allergy No
Health Warnings No
Dosage No
Faq No
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