Honey has been used to treat multiple conditions since ancient times. Known as the nectar of the Gods, in ancient Ayurvedic texts honey is medicine, not food. In the late 19th century researchers discovered the natural antibacterial qualities in honey.


According to the US National Library of Medicine, “Honey is particularly suitable as a dressing for wounds and burns and has also been included in treatments against pityriasis, tinea, seborrhea, dandruff, diaper dermatitis, psoriasis. Additionally, with cosmetics and skin care, honey exerts emollient, humectant, soothing, and hair conditioning effects, keeps the skin juvenile and [weakens] wrinkle formation, regulates pH and prevents pathogen infections”.

Honey Research Findings

  • Acts as an anti-bacterial
  • Has anti-fungal properties
  • Acts as a natural Antibiotic
  • Full of vitamins A and E
  • Is an emollient, which softens, smoothes and soothes the skin
  • Heals skin burns and wounds
  • Cough treatment
  • Improves scalp condition
  • Soothes allergies
  • Boosts energy
  • Battles Herpes
  • Sharpens Memory
  • Increases white blood cells
  • Remedies infantile Gastroenteritis
  • Aids in alcohol metabolism
  • Eases sinus issues
  • Acts as a natural sleeping aid
  • Helps with gum diseases
  • Prevents and helps control Eczema
  • Treats eye, ear, and sinus infections


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