Honey is the Best Antibiotic Against Infections and Bacteria

HONEY HAS PRONOUNCED ANTIBACTERIAL PROPERTIES, which are there due to the large number of its ingredients. Today modern medicine is faced with a big problem, because bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics that have been used for a long time. This resilience goes so far that some antibiotics don’t even have an effect on certain bacteria. It is recorded that in America from so called hospital infections 87 000 people die a year, and in France 17 000 people. Hospital infections occur when a patient comes to the hospital for some other disease and gets infected by some bacteria that literally lives in the hospital and during its long evolution has become resistant to almost all antibiotics.

That means that the patient comes to the hospital for one diseases and dies from some other, that he contracted in the hospital. These frightening data come from medically most developed countries, because they created that situation because they mass used antibiotics for many years. We will illustrate this with an example. Penicillin in 1940 killed 100% of bacteria Stafilokokuc aureus with which it came in contact with, and in 1995 it killed just 8%, today even less.

When fighting this occurrence Cuba was most extreme, because of year long sanctions and isolation could not import medication. That is why it had to turn to folk medicine and perfect it. it even developed official medication such as Propoarohoney, which is a mixture of honey, propolis in ratio 1:10 000. If you use it orally you should keep it in your mouth for a long time, just like any bee’s products, because they contain a large number of building simple substances that can be absorb through blood vessels underneath the tongue directly in the blood. If you were to swallow them directly to the stomach, stomach acid would degrade most of them. During 2001 and 2002 Cubans in the hospital in Havana treated 50 patients with worst forms of bone infection, that otherwise require long treatment and most expensive antibiotics with honey. Since BEE’S PRODUCTS are relatively cheap, so is Propoarohoney. It cost only 26 dollars a month per patient, while antibiotics cost 1300 dollars, of 50 times more. During the entire treatment of these patients they saved amazing 1.199.000 dollars! Treating with this medication lasted shorter than with antibiotics. Anyway, honey possesses more mechanisms that have an effect on bacteria. The simplest one is the existence of ferment glucose oxidase, which bees include in the honey. When honey is dissolved in liquid, tea or milk, this enzyme has an effect and releases oxygen peroxide that performs a local disinfection in mouth cavity. It should be pointed out that honey is put in tea or milk on after its cooled down to room temperature, because high temperature destroy some of the healing properties of milk. Other factors influence the bacteria. It’s not well known that honey, although sweet, is actually an acidic environment, which it not suitable for bacteria. There are lot of simple sugars in honey, glucose and fructose, that literally suck out the liquid from bacteria and they die. Those are real antibacterial medications, so called flavonoids, and various volatile substances- phytoncides, and honey should always be kept in closed containers. For those reasons, it is impossible to find a vegetative form of any bacteria, because they are momentarily killed. That is why scientists tested can honey cure open wounds. Because wound will not heal if it is infected, and today wounds are getting infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, and some open infected wounds cannot heal for years despite modern medical treatments. New research in New Zealand show that honey is very efficient for healing such wounds, all you have to do is to expose it to gamma radiation. Honey also prevents bandages to stick to the newly grown tissue, and get torn when removing the bandage. They also created a honey in solid state, from which the water has been removed, and it can be bought in pharmacies.