Ingredients in honey:

Hydrogen Peroxide



Anti bacterial peptides

( Honey bees have apidaecins and abaecin) { these are peptides that the bee produces to for it's own immune system} The cellular response, mediated by the insect hemocytes, enables them to eliminate almost immediately the foreign material from the hemocoel by phagocytose, nodule formation and encapsulation. The cellular defense system is assisted by the humoral (cell-free) response which comprises the production of humoral antibacterial factors, which kill remaining bacteria and protect the insect against subsequent bacterial challenge (DUNN-1986; ref. 2).



Honey: is another wholesome food that offers antioxidant benefits. Studies performed at University of Illinois-Urbana, found that honey’s antioxidant content varies, depending on the nectar’s source. Generally speaking, darker honey has a higher antioxidant content. Dark Illinois buckwheat honey has 20 times the antioxidant levels of California sage honey, which is light in color. Sweet clover honey, also light colored, is, however, rich in antioxidants. Honey is reported to contain a number of antioxidants, such as alpha-tocopherol, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, flavonoids and the antioxidative enzymes catalase and peroxidase.


Honey, besides, supplies the organism with substances for the formation of enzymes and other biological ferments to promote oxidation. It has distinct germicidal properties  


 Honey is predigested by bees and if you have weak digestion, especially in those who lack invertase and amylase and depend on monosaccarides, the work is already done, thanks to the Bees, who deposit specific enzymes to break down the sugar for us. This saves the stomach additional labor, to break down sugars to the level of where they need to be utilized. Honey does not ferment in the stomach because, being an inverted sugar, it is easily absorbed and there is no danger of a bacterial invasion. Honey contains: All of the B-complex, A, C, D, E, and K, minerals and trace elements: magnesium, sulfur, phosphorus, iron, calcium, chlorine, potassium, iodine, sodium, copper, and manganese


Here are some of the therapies that honey has actually been used for….It has cured many hopeless cases of gastric and intestinal ulcers with honey and without operations… People who have frequent migraine attacks, should sip a dessert spoon of honey dissolved in half a glass of warm water at the start of the attack. Repeat after 20 minutes if needed. Its effective as migraine is stress related. Long lived people are Regular users of honey. Beekeepers are known to suffer less from cancer, arthritis than any other working group worldwide.


¯ÆRecipe: Take oil of oregano or oil of thyme mix 2-teaspoons of the oil with 1/8 cup of honey and mix til the oil and honey are blended ( use a wooden stir stick of some kind, chopstick is an example) when mix take a half to a teaspoon...should feel less pain( analgesic effect) increased circulation, better breathing through sinus cavity, eye clarity, powerful anti fungal and germicidal effect, anti bacterial, great preservative when mix with dairy  ( great in raw milk ), possible ear clarity, easier breathing as well.. and you will see other results as you feel them...depending on your is a powerful anti fungal.


Honey is also used in elixirs ( elixirs are a syrup filled herbal or botanicals or medicinal, using honey or sugar or maple syrup )