Stingless Bee Honey – The Mother of All Medicines
Posted on April 4 2015
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Dr. Sackett, a germ specialist and researcher in Colorado Agricultural College carried out tests to find out the effectiveness of honey in killing germs. He put germs that cause various diseases in dishes of pure honey, and he found that all the germs died including the germs that cause typhus, which died after 48 hours; the germs that cause typhoid fever, which died after 24 hours; and the germs that cause dysentery, which died completely after 10 hours.
Honey also encourages absorption of water from the intestine without increasing the absorption of sodium. It also has proven beneficial for ulcers in the intestines, stomach, and duodenal ulcers.
Honey is a healing for some diseases such as poisoning with heavy metals, liver diseases, skin diseases, and kills many germs, which makes it preferable to use honey as a remedy for infected wounds and burns, and promises good medical results. It is one of the most beneficial treatments for the treatment of digestive diseases.
Honey can also be used to treat general corneal infection; chronic swelling of the eye with negative results of a culture taken from a swab of the conjunctiva, inflammation of the eyes, dryness of the conjunctiva, viral infection of the cornea, and chronic infection of the edge of the eyelid.
Honey can be used to treat the following conditions: Anaemia and rickets in breastfed infants, bedwetting, treating infected wounds and burns, treating stomach and duodenal ulcers, remedy for colds, flues, and throat infections, treating chronic liver infections, healing eye infections, treating insomnia and calming the nerves, cough remedy, honey in cosmetic skin preparations, and treatment of muscle spasms.
Honey Face mask for radiant skin – keep on for 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.
- 1 teaspoon of cucumber juice
- the white of an egg
- a spoonful of mint juice
- half a spoon of honey
- one spoon of yoghurt.
P. 67-92, Islamic Medicine, The Key to a Better Life, Yusuf Al-Hajj Ahmad.
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