Honey has long been viewed as one of nature’s mighty superfoods.
For centuries, honey has been utilized for its antibacterial properties, and now scientists are discovering how the healing process honey really works. What’s more, the healing properties of honey could even replace antibiotics brought to you by the mainstream medical establishment.
Researchers conducting the lab tests
found that just a little bit of honey was enough to kill off the
majority of bacterial cells on the skin which infects the wound
site. Honey also dramatically reduced stubborn biofilms created by
strep. Not only does honey help to heal wounds, but it also can be
utilized to prevent wounds in the first place.
In addition, antibiotics have been shown
to be a contributor in rising obesity, diabetes, and metabolic
The study, found on the
Internal Archives of Allergy and Immunology
website, involved a total of 44 patients diagnosed with
birch pollen allergy. The subjects consumed either birch pollen
honey or regular honey daily from November to March.
Either way, you can always turn to honey
for hastened, natural healing.