Honey

Heal Diabetic Ulcers With Sugar

…sugar or honey dressings to treat any kind of open wound or burn. (We use sugar at the clinic because it’s less messy.) It will not work on abscesses or pustules that are covered with skin. Also, do not use these dressings on a bleeding wound, as sugar promotes bleeding. (Sugar and honey are…

Read More

Enjoy Healthy Carbs

The glycemic index is an update on the old distinction between simple carbohydrates (white sugar, brown sugar, honey, corn syrup, fructose, and other simple sugars) and complex carbohydrates (starches and fibers made up of many sugar molecules bonded or chained together). It provides an accurate way…

Read More

4 Embarrassing Health Problems, Solved

…usually starts as dry or greasy scaling of the skin but may progress to yellow-red scaling bumps. To treat dandruff, wash your scalp with diluted honey, a natural antifungal, then shampoo as usual. In a European study, this eliminated flakes and itching in five weeks. I also suggest drinking a cup…

Read More

A Sweet Solution for Treating Diabetes Complications

…5,000 years. Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans all used honey (which works just like sugar) to treat open wounds and burns. Today, antibiotic ointments are the treatment of choice for ulcers, cuts, scrapes, and burns. Yet honey and sugar are far superior to any antibiotic ointment ever used.

Read More

5 Weight Loss Myths, Debunked!

…richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Weight Loss Myth #4: “Healthy” sugars like honey are okay to eat. Sugar and weight loss just don't mix. Whether it’s white or brown sugar, honey, agave, or corn syrup—they all break down rapidly in the bloodstream and can wreak…

Read More

Another Reason to Avoid Sodas

…tea recipes for you to try. Iced Green Tea Ingredients: * 1 green tea bag or 1 tablespoon loose green tea * 2 cups water * Ice cubes * 1 teaspoon honey (or a little stevia or xylitol) * Slice of lemon Directions: Pour water over green tea into a glass and let stand for 2 minutes. Add ice cubes and…

Read More

Little-Known Uses for Lemons

…apply full-strength juice topically for 5 to 15 minutes every day. You can also make your own brightening and hydrating facial mask by combining honey with lemon juice, applying it to the face and neck, letting it set for 20 minutes, and then rinsing it off. And soaking your fingertips and toenails…

Read More

Homeopathic Remedies: Do They Work?

…throughout most of Europe. Other homeopathic remedies are prepared from minerals and animal sources—such as Apis mellifica, produced by honey bees. These natural substances are repeatedly diluted and shaken, so that the “potentized” medicine may only contain a minuscule amount…

Read More