Honey for Antiseptic

Did you know that honey could be used as an antiseptic? If nothing else is around, get it off the kitchen shelf and apply it just like the old Egyptians used to do.


By pamphyila from L.A., CA

May 23, 20090 found this helpful

Regular honey found on the grocery store shelves won't act as an antiseptic. It must be RAW, unheated and unfiltered honey. And even superior to just plain raw honey is Manuka honey. This honey has strong antiseptic properties. It is gathered in just a 3 square mile area of New Zealand and is all organic. It is expensive, but well worth the money. Placing Manuka honey on a fresh surgical scar, will heal it faster and the scar will be smaller.

Did you know if a bee eats processed cooked honey it will die. Yet it lives on raw honey. This lesson has taught me to only buy raw uncooked and unfiltered honey.



Jim in Jax

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May 23, 20090 found this helpful

The honey that's sold here only says, "Pure Honey" from local farms. Nothing else. : (

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