Paw Manuka Honey Wound Gel 25g

Paw Manuka Honey Wound Gel 25g

  • $19.95

PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ is a sterile medical grade wound dressing made from Leptospermum.sp (Manuka) honey (80%) and natural oils and waxes for wound management. It is ideal for dogs, cats, horses and other companion animals with wounds, burns, grazes and as a general first aid.

PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ provides the following beneficial properties:

  • Protects the wound
  • Helps maintain natural wound pH
  • Remove Malodour
  • Reduces and prevents contamination, external bacteria colonisation and infection
  • May assist in removal of slough and necrotic tissues
  • Natural & non-toxic for animals
  • Minimal heat treatment to preserve honey’s natural properties
  • Special blend of natural waxes and oils to reduce the stinging associated with pure honey
  • Non-adherent gel to reduce trauma at dressing change.
  • Directions for Use

    Wash around the wound with a sterile saline. Apply PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ liberally (approx. 3mm layer) directly to the wound or to a suitable dressing. In addition using a barrier cream can further protect the wound margin. Dressing change frequency will depend on clinical circumstances. It can vary from once per day for draining wounds to up to 7 days for unsoiled dressings. PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ can be removed from the wound by rinsing with sterile saline or water at dressing change.


    The ingredients in PAW Manuka Wound Gel™ include Manuka Honey (80%), natural Gum, bees wax, and nourishing organic oils. This product is sterile and of medical grade.

    Safety Directions

    • Not for use on heavily exudating wounds
    • Not recommended for body cavities
    • In the event of a slow or non-responding wound, please seek veterinary advice.
    • When to Use

      Use on dogs, cats, horses and other companion animals with:

      • Non-healing and chronic wounds
      • Traumatic, acute and surgical wounds
      • Malodorous and sloughy wounds
      • Burns
      • Abrasions & grazes
      • Punctures, cuts & lacerations
      • General first aid