All over the world honey is mainly known as a food and not as a medicine.  However, these days, we are now reconsidering the importance of honey for human and animal health.  Many specialists from countries such as New Zealand, France and India have proven that honey is also medicinal when obtained and used under certain circumstances.

Today, Honey is used externally for the treatment of healing wounds, burns, and scars.

Here are some of the other great benefits that honey provides us:

  • Anti-bacterial
  • Antibiotic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Energiser
  • Immune System Stimulator
  • Laxative
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Helps regeneration of connective tissues and cell membrane (which in turn helps protect the cells from invasion from bacteria)
  • The best energy for any muscle, including the heart which is a muscular pump.
  • Honey nourishes the gums, thus helps a better nutrition of teeth themselves.
  • Helps with fever as Honey gives energy to the white blood cells which can then eliminate more easily the causes of the fever, i.e. bacteria, viruses.
  • Wound healer: Thousands of people all over the world have been healed from because of these properties of burns, wounds, bacteria and heart insufficiencies
  • Plastic surgeons regularly use honey to assist the body in the healing of operational scaring
  • Honey is a living food with a lot of bio-energy.  Honey increases the level of energy in our main battery (liver).