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Old 08-31-2014, 08:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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new scientific study has shown that honey has special characteristics that help to defend against germs. Honey also has high capability to resistbacteria that evolved their immune systems against standard medications.
Honey, in the old and modern era, has always been used as a natural medicine for many diseases. This new study might be a new twist to use honey for medical purposes.
According to the study that has been done through Sidney University in Australia, Dekarter, a scientific teacher in the biological and microbial science college says, "our research has shown that honey can replace many of the antibiotics that are used to treat cuts such as ointments and different creams. Also, using honey for healing purposes will increase the aging period of antibiotics. "She also adds:" most of the bacteria that cause infections in hospitals are at least resistance to one type of antibiotic, which means the need to produce new and stronger antibiotics that are able to execute bacteria that cause diseases. "

Honey is a complicated compound that is consists of 800 molecules. This complication makes it difficult for scientists to fully understand the honey's mechanism of resisting and killing the bacteria. scientist Dekarter says: "until now, we have not found the method the honey apply to resist bacteria, but most likely there is the molecule" Methylglyoxal ", which is part of the honey, that reacts with other molecules which we have not discovered yet , to become able to inhibit bacteria from multiplying and making new generations that have the ability to resist to antibiotics. "
Doctor Rose Koper, from the Health Science college of Wells University, has conducted a research regarding honey's activity against bacteria, and she wrote the book "Honey facing cuts". In her book, she says: "there are many factors that give honey the special healing characteristics, including high sugar level, low water level, and low acidity."

Honey is a healing for people
My beloved for the sake of Allah! These new studies that are discovered by scientists and amaze them are not as surprising for us, because Allah Almighty has mentioned honey in his book, and revealed a chapter and call it "An-Nahl" which mean Bees. Allah almighty says: "And your Lord inspired the bee, saying:" Take you habitations in the mountains and in the trees and in what they erect * Then, eat of all fruits, and follow the ways of your Lord made easy (for you "). There comes forth from their bellies, a drink of varying color wherein is healing for men. Verily, in this is indeed a sign for people who think "[An-Nahl 68-69].
In conclusion, we advise every sister and brother to always have honey available in their homes. Honey is useful for treating burns, cuts, pyorrhea and it, is good for skin, cold and virus infections. So, we must have honey and use it both for food and medicine; especially for children!



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I think the recommendation these days is to avoid giving honey to infants.
Infant botulism: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
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I think the recommendation these days is to avoid giving honey to infants.
Infant botulism: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Baby's Bottle

Four teaspoons of honey to a baby's bottle of water is an excellent pacifier and multivitamin additive. If baby's motions are too liquid then reduce by half a teaspoon; if too solid increase by half a teaspoon.
Honey a very important for infants and protect them from anemia, rickets and to treat bedwetting in children, but you must take small amounts of it for children without year ..




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Bee venom has some interesting adherents. Many years ago I had a local lady who suffered from some chronic affliction, for what I can't remember, and she asked me if I would let her get stung by my bees. She said that the venom helped control whatever her symptoms were doing to her. I felt for her but I declined to sacrifice hundreds of my bees to alleviate her symptoms. She said she was hoping for as many as 200 stings; that's a lot of bees. Maybe I should set aside a couple of hives just for therapeutic stingings...

She still buys a ton of honey and swears by it. Whatever. If she feels it helps, who am I to argue. (Plus I like the money)



But the single fear I have is the massive industrialization of honey.


Unfortunately there is a huge amount of HFCS and other adulterated honey coming in from China and Vietnam.
Your best bet is to put out the cost to a local producer who is reputable.

or just start your own nukes.


The propolis is a wonder and the honey contains hydrogen peroxide that is the primary killer of the microbes.

there is also a huge amount of data that clearly shows that compounds in the bee spit (yes its bee spit folks) along with Royal jelly has certain intestinal protections that reduce colon cancer issues and digestive problems.

That's a good start. 5lb.s of bees equates to roughly 40-50 thousand bees. A good, hard working queen can run that number right up within a month necessitating you split the hive or watch them swarm. Bees are like people; some are hard working and industrious, some take their cue from a dilettante queen and lay around and no nothing all day. Unlike our society, when you find such a queen you take her out the hive and squash her beneath your boot and introduce a new queen with the explicit instruction that she out perform her predecessor ...or suffer the same fate. The bee world is a cruel, cruel, place...

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But it is fascinating stuff! Honey's antibacterial properties have been studied by various research groups for some time, especially for the treatment of open wounds (leg ulcers, infected wounds, etc. see pubmed). If I remember correctly, thyme honey has been shown to be best for legs ulcer.

Earlier this year I had some contact dermatitis on my palm that flared up and was very uncomfortable. It was the weekend. I went out and cut some fresh thyme, crushed it and mixed it with coconut oil and put a pultice of this on my palm for several hours. I removed the pultice at bedtime, rubbed a little more of the thyme oil mixture on my palm and covered with a large bandaid. The next morning the amount of healing that took place was astounding. Didn't need to go to the doctor on Monday.

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The warning about giving honey to infants is accepted medical practice. It is dangerous, so putting it on a pacifier or in a bottle would go against that advice.

Go to your doctor to hear it from him or her. They will tell you the same.
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