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I first discovered honey’s near miraculous ability to heal wounds when a quadriplegic friend of a friend underwent skin graph surgery for pressure ulcers. It didn’t help. The ulcers came back. Another friend recommended honey. I was somewhat shocked. These were serious ulcers. Honey? Really? Just slap on some honey? His ulcers healed up...
Is the honey that you purchased from your local supermarket a sweet imposter?
One of the solutions to the global antibiotic resistance problem may lie in honey, as it has unique bacteria-fighting properties.
The first day of spring is right around the corner and for many of us that means short sleeves, bike rides, fresh blooms... and unbearably uncomfortable allergies.
Another consequence of GMOs - honeybees are dying off at an alarming rate around the globe.
Instead of getting rid of the pesticides that are killing the bees, Big Agra wants to create a big new market for high-fructose corn syrup---for bees!?
It may be surprising to learn, but honey is a substance that can be applied topically to handle skin ailments ranging from cut and scrapes to sunburn.
New research confirms that GMOs not only threaten our health, they threaten our entire ecosystem.
Last year's droughts threatened bee populations and compromised honey production. But thanks to some rainy days, beekeepers believe honey product is on the up.