THE HEALING RANGEFOR ORAL, SKIN & DIGESTIVE SUPPORT
There is no debate about the antibacterial properties of raw honey and its capacity to heal the body particularly on skin application for wounds and dealing with digestive issues. Studies have highlighted the effective and targeted nature of raw honey fighting dozens of strains, including E. coli and salmonella.
So what's the magic that makes honey so antimicrobic? Bees are miraculous insects that can deposit hydrogen peroxide into the honey as they synthesize flower pollen. As raw honey is naturally acidic, this combination of activity provides antibacterial properties.
Honey has been used by ancient civilizations to heal wounds and modern science is only just catching up to show its efficacy in the treatment of inflammation, skin sores, ulcers, and burns and even been proven to heal wounds that antibiotics struggles to treat, but the honey itself has to be free of contaminants.