Discover the Healthy Honey Remedy

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     You might not know that the best relief for insect bites and painful wounds can be found in your kitchen. Honey is naturally antibacterial and anti inflammatory, and accelerates the healing of wounds. It relieves bee stings, insect bites, and infected cuts and wounds, and helps to ripen pimples. It promotes the healing of uninfected wounds and prevents the infection of them.


     To apply honey to a small wound or sting:

- Open a band aid and place it sticky-side-up on the countertop. Hold on the fabric part to make the band aid let go of your fingers.
- Dab a tiny bit of honey on the fabric. You can use a knife or your finger to do this.
- Place the band aid so that the honey is on the wound or sting. Let sit for a few hours or overnight. You might feel some throbbing in the area around the wound. That should be okay, but if it feels very uncomfortable, just remove the application and wash the wound.

You may have to repeat the application for a few days.

     Examples of use:

- Pimples.
- Mildly ingrown nails
- Bee or other insect stings
- Superficial cuts and puncture wounds, infected or uninfected

     Disclaimer:

This information is provided as a personal testimony and is not meant to be used for self treatment. If you have a serious or infected wound, or has been stung by a poisonous insect, consult a physician. The writer will not be held responsible for any situations that might occur.

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Discover the Healthy Honey Remedy

Image courtesy of vudhikrai
 FreeDigitalPhotos.net
     You might not know that the best relief for insect bites and painful wounds can be found in your kitchen. Honey is naturally antibacterial and anti inflammatory, and accelerates the healing of wounds. It relieves bee stings, insect bites, and infected cuts and wounds, and helps to ripen pimples. It promotes the healing of uninfected wounds and prevents the infection of them.


     To apply honey to a small wound or sting:

- Open a band aid and place it sticky-side-up on the countertop. Hold on the fabric part to make the band aid let go of your fingers.
- Dab a tiny bit of honey on the fabric. You can use a knife or your finger to do this.
- Place the band aid so that the honey is on the wound or sting. Let sit for a few hours or overnight. You might feel some throbbing in the area around the wound. That should be okay, but if it feels very uncomfortable, just remove the application and wash the wound.

You may have to repeat the application for a few days.

     Examples of use:

- Pimples.
- Mildly ingrown nails
- Bee or other insect stings
- Superficial cuts and puncture wounds, infected or uninfected

     Disclaimer:

This information is provided as a personal testimony and is not meant to be used for self treatment. If you have a serious or infected wound, or has been stung by a poisonous insect, consult a physician. The writer will not be held responsible for any situations that might occur.

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