Josh Martin

Doctors Discover “Super Honey”
Doctors Discover “Super Honey”

I’m sure you’ve heard the term “super food” being attached to everything from blueberries to kale these days, well, now get ready for super honey….and boy is it! A new honey called Surgihoney has been produced and tests done in the UK show amazing results on treating wounds and infections. It was tested on babies, new mothers, cancer patients and the elderly for over a year and resulted in healing wounds and ulcers, and those infected with superbug MRSA, healing them within days. While infections from caesarean section halved. It was also shown to treat acne and protect the skin of cancer patients who had a catheter for chemotherapy. A doctor who has been testing it said, “It will revolutionize would care around the world.” He’s found it better for treating every type of bug! It’s nice that for once amazing healing is not coming from a pharmaceutical  pill!

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