Medline TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing
Medline TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing

Medline TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing has high sugar level that helps promote autolytic debridement of necrotic tissue, a moist wound healing environment and rapidly reduces wound odor. TheraHoney Wound Gel contains 100% sterile, medical-grade Manuka honey with no additives or fillers. This active Manuka Gel is ideal for difficult to dress wounds. TheraHoney Wound Gel is indicated for use on wounds with no drainage to moderate drainage and should be paired with an occlusive absorbent dressing. It is compatible with silver dressings and wound cleanser surfactants.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
MNK0005H 0.5oz, Tube Each $0.30
MNK0005 0.5oz, Tube 10/Pack $2.80
MNK0015H 1.5oz, Tube Each $0.85
MNK0015 1.5oz, Tube 12/Case $9.50

TheraHoney Wound Gel

About TheraHoney:

Medline TheraHoney products contain 100% sterile, medical-grade Manuka honey that is derived from the pollen and nectar of the Leptospermum scoparium plant in New Zealand. The honey comb is used and harvested only once, the honey is carefully filtered, irradiated and tested in a laboratory for high efficacy.
  • The Role of Sugar in Autolytic Debridement: The 87% high sugar levels in TheraHoney result in osmotic activity, helps promote autolytic debridement to clear away necrotic tissue, reduce wound odor and maintain a moist wound environment conducive to wound healing.
  • The Impact of Manuka Honey on Wound pH: Chronic, non-healing wounds mostly have an elevated alkaline environment. Lowering the pH can help in wound healing, and the use of Manuka Honey Dressings is associated with a statistically significant decrease in wound pH and a reduction in wound size.
  • Reduced Necrotic Tissue and Wound Size: Using TheraHoney Gel, wounds significantly improve in terms of necrotic tissue reduction and wound surface reduction over an average of 4 weeks.

The above illustration shows the way in which osmotic action of Manuka honey draws exudate from subcutaneous tissue to the wound surface, removing debris, slough and necrotic tissue.


  • Partial and full-thickness wounds
  • Leg ulcers
  • Pressure injuries
  • 1st and 2nd-degree burns
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Minor abrasions and lacerations
  • Minor cuts
  • Minor scalds and burns
  • Surgical wounds and trauma wounds under the supervision of a healthcare professional


  • Not to be used on third-degree burns
  • Not for individuals with a known sensitivity to honey or bee venom

How To Apply TheraHoney Wound Gel?

TheraHoney Wound Gel Transcript

TheraHoney is one of the latest advancements in Medline’s leading line of wound care products. TheraHoney dressings contain 100 percent medical-grade Manuka Honey, a special honey derived from the nectar of the Manuka bush found in northern New Zealand. Ideal for stalled wounds with sluff or necrotic issue. TheraHoney is applied at about a nickel thickness in the wound using an appropriate applicator or gloved finger. It should then be covered with an occlusive absorbent dressing. TheraHoney’s high sugar levels result in osmotic pressure that helps promote autolytic debridement of necrotic tissue and bacteria. Osmosis acts like a vacuum pulling fluid towards the sugar. TheraHoney draws exudate from subcutaneous tissue to the wound surface removing debri, sluff and necrotic tissue. This helps create a moist wound healing environment that also rapidly reduces wound odor. Plus Manuka Honey’s low pH adds additional value. Research has shown that reducing the pH of a wound may lead to significant reduction of the surface area of the wound. Therahoney is available in two dressings: TheraHoney gel and TheraHoney gauze. TheraHoney gel is 100 percent pure Manuka Honey with no fillers and is indicated for use in wounds with no drainage to moderate drainage. Therahoney gauze is an easy to apply dressing that permits the passage of exudate into a secondary dressing and is indicated for wounds with any drainage level. TheraHoney is indicated for a variety of wounds.

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What is the change frequency of this product?
Barbie - 3/7/2017 12:11:54 AM
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Change frequency of TheraHoney Wound Gel Honey Dressing is upto 7 days.
Customer Care - 3/8/2017 12:58:56 AM
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Is this product good for a large, newly healed wound. I'm looking for something that will strengthen new skin.
Janet - 4/19/2016 9:02:19 AM
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This gel is ideal for difficult to dress wounds and also provides a moist wound healing environment.
Customer Care - 4/20/2016 1:52:30 AM
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how to apply
Bob - 10/28/2015 1:52:35 AM
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  • Dispense TheraHoney™ Gel to an appropriate applicator or gloved finger. 
  • Apply the TheraHoney™ Gel directly to wound.
  • Cover with an appropriate dressing.
Customer Service - 10/28/2015 1:54:15 AM
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How long can this product last Is there an experation date on it.
Mary Sutera - 8/17/2015 4:28:14 PM
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We hope this information is helpful. All Therahoney products have an expiration date. On the gel, it is on the crimped end of the tube; on dressings it is printed on the individual package.
Customer Service - 8/18/2015 12:07:45 PM
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