10 Uses for Honey Your Doctor Doesn’t Want You to Know

1. Treat Skin Irritation

Honey can be very soothing for different kinds of irritations of the skin. Applied topically, honey can help to improve skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and burns. It does this by helping to reduce the inflammation in the area, which makes it easier for the body to send in its healers to heal the area. Manuka honey is an especially powerful healer of the skin, and antibacterial qualities. The honey will also form a protective layer that will keep germs and other things away from the area. Simply dab a little bit of honey on the affected area a couple of times a day.

Regularly consuming and using honey is a smart choice for achieving and maintaining excellent health. Go out and explore the types of raw honey that are available to you and add them into your routine!


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