If honey heals we need to look at research to understand what has been scientifically proven about the healing powers of honey. At Waxing Kara, we’re not doctors and this is not medical advice, but we have done our research on the uses of honey. Based on several studies, there is scientific evidence to support the healing powers of honey.
It’s a question that people ask us almost daily. Does honey heal?
Honey is an antibacterial agent used to help wound healing.
We all know that honey works wonders on the skin and it soothes a sore throat, but what else does it do?
Does honey heal the body? Until further research gives us a clear answer, we can’t be sure.
A 2008 study by the University of Bonn in Bonn, Germany showed that there is potential for using honey as an antibacterial agent on patients with suppressed immune systems.
Some varietals of honey, for instance Manuka honey has been proven to stimulate the production of monocytes that fight infections. If long-term research proves this to be true it will make Manuka honey* a powerful pharmaceutical. *Manuka Honey that has not been radiated. Manuka Honey that is available for sale in the US has be irradiated.
Try our Eastern Shore Honey for your sore throat.
While we can’t promise that our Eastern Shore Honey will help you bid your sore throat or allergies farewell, we believe it helps. We encourage you to experience using honey for immunotherapy, if it works for you, then keep doing it.
Stir a spoonful into your cup of morning coffee or tea, or enjoy it right from the jar (in moderation, of course). Or, if you’re a busy bee who is always on the go, grab a Honey Lollipop and take it with you. They’re a sweet treat that leaves behind all of the mess of traditional honey. Also for folks on the go are our honey sticks, a single teaspoon per serving.
Speaking of tea, you should pick up some of our Organic tea blends. We carry five varieties that will suit your taste. From bold to floral, sweet to tart, our Tea Tower has it all! A warm cup in the evening will certainly make you feel a bit better-and, it may even help you get some sleep.
More of a DIY person? Try Evelyn’s turmeric tea recipe for a healing cup of warming tea, or on the other hand celebrate national hot tea month and pair your favorite tea recipes with your favorite honey.