Honey was used on wounds as far back as the ancient greeks. It does have some medicinal value. Although a standard topical antibiotic would be better.<br />
For internal antibiotic, I don't know of any study but usually such claims are ridiculous. It has to be absorbed by the small intestine then be processed by the liver before going systemic. By that time it should be broken down for use as energy or fat storage.
Yeah. I love honey! Soothes the throat and its great to use to sweeten cereal. I also hear milk and honey is good for the skin. It has many good qualities, you can go to a health food store and they can tell you more.
What's the difference between "using honey as an internal antibiotic" and "eating it"?.
Honey is really nice as a face mask to soothe and soften skin :)
No, but I do know it has been used since antiquity as a sterile salve on wounds
Nope never heard of any of that...But I'd like to know if there are other antibiotic things. 'Cause I don't like going to the Dr.s
I heard use youghurt if I think I know what your talkin about
Yeah use honey for my throat, use it to sweeten nettle tea too - the combination works :)
I use honey in the place of cough syrup
I use honey to sooth my throat when I get a cold