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8 years 5 months ago #2957 by toty5
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. Health Benefits of Honey

Honey is one of the best cure for arthritis. For curing arthritis, prepare a paste with one part of honey, two parts of lukewarm water, and cinnamon powder. Apply this paste on the joints that are most painful; this will reduce the pain in fifteen minutes.
It is also used for the treatment of baldness and hair loss. Prepare a paste of hot olive oil, a tablespoon of honey, and a teaspoon of cinnamon powder, and apply it on your scalp before having a bath.

Honey is also used as a cure for toothache; make a paste comprising a teaspoon of cinnamon powder and five teaspoons of honey, and apply it to the aching tooth.
When it comes to reducing cholesterol, honey is very effective. In order to reduce cholesterol, prepare a mixture of honey, cinnamon powder, and 16 ounces of green tea. Consuming this mixture will reduce the cholesterol level quickly.

It is very effective against common cold too. Mix a tablespoon of honey with ΒΌ tablespoon of cinnamon powder. Consume this for three days; this will definitely help you.
Honey mixed with cinnamon powder also helps reduce stomach ache.
To reduce weight, prepare a mixture of honey with cinnamon powder and water and drink it on a daily basis. This helps reduce the accumulation of fats.

Medically proved that honey is used as a antioxidant agents which contains 80% of sugar; the rest is minerals and trace elements such as iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and amino acids. It also contains vitamins C, B. It prevents the growth of bacteria and fungi so it heals wounds and scars rapidly. It help for skin moisturiser and protects against wrinkles and dryness.

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8 years 5 months ago #2958 by Edaen
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Honey has a long medicinal history. It has been documented in the world's oldest medical literatures, and since the ancient times, it has been known to possess antimicrobial property as well as wound-healing activity. The ancient Egyptians not only made offerings of honey to their gods, they also used it as an embalming fluid and a dressing for wounds. The healing property of honey is due to the fact that it offers antibacterial activity, maintains a moist wound condition, and its high viscosity helps to provide a protective barrier to prevent infection. Its immunomodulatory property is relevant to repair wound. Honey has been shown to hamper the growth of food-borne pathogens such as E. coli and salmonella, and to fight certain bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, both of which are common in hospitals and doctors.

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8 years 5 months ago #2959 by toty5
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Edaen wrote: Honey has a long medicinal history

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Professeur Van Bersoud (canada)

Dr. TVN Bersaud is a professor of anatomy, pediatrics, and obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive sciences at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He was the Chairman of the Department of Anatomy for 16 years. It is widely recognized in its field. He is the author or editor of 22 textbooks and has published over 181 scientific articles. In 1991, he received the most distinguished prize awarded in the field of anatomy in Canada, the JCB Grant Award from the Canadian Association of Anatomists. When asked about the scientific miracles of the Qur'an, he has researched, he stated the following:
"From what I was told, Muhammad was a very ordinary man. He could not read and could not write; it was an illiterate. And we're talking about a man who lived there more than twelve [actually about fourteen] centuries. , profound statements that are amazingly accurate. And I personally do not see how this could be a mere chance. There are too many accuracies and, like Dr. Moore, I have no difficulty with the idea that it is a divine inspiration or revelation which led him to these statements. "

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8 years 5 months ago #2960 by toty5
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someone told me

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.

I've read about and seen a couple of shows that explored bee stings as medicinal. From way back in the depths of my memory, one of the first things I saw on TV was a 60 minutes episode way way back, probably the 80's, about people using bee stings as a treatment for either muscular dystrophy or ALS (not sure which). I remember being fascinated and horrified, because the thought of allowing bees to sting you on purposes was mind boggling to me.

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