With the onset of petro-chemical pharmaceuticals, we have lost what has been known to work by the ancient people. Honey Wound Care Treatment.
Disclaimer, this post is for educational purposes ONLY, always consult your doctor to see if it is right for you!
My buddy and I are not Doctors, in fact we try to stay away for them as much as possible. One day my friend was out riding his bike when somehow the kick stand pierced his leg.
Right between his tibia and fibula, about one and a half inches deep. No, the kickstand never hit the bone.
He cleaned it out as best he could, then packed it with honey. I should state that he used dark honey to treat his wound.
Dark honey has more anti-bacterial properties then the classic yellow honey. After about seven days the wound was closed, with no signs of infection.
Needless to say, he is doing well and pleased with the results.
With the rise of antibiotic resistant bacterial infections, many hospitals are resorting to an ancient practice of wound healing and care.
MRSA is the worst, no matter the drug that is used to combat this flesh eating bacteria it will continue to grow. Medical studies have shown that HONEY is an effective treatment for this infection.
As well as diabetes wounds, that will eat it's way to the bone resulting in amputations. Who would have thought, this little creature that is being killed by the millions could hold so much healing potential.
Honey bees are the only insect that PRODUCES food and medicine for human beings. For the any hope of a future, help save the bees, you'll bee glad you did.