is a sweet, natural substance that bees produce from the nectar of flowers.
The bee absorbs the nectar and mixes it with its saliva and enzymes,
then keeps it in the cell until it is ripe for use as food.
As for the nutritional aspect, sugar constitutes a high percentage of hone reaching 80%,
while the water content in it does not exceed 18%, and these proportions also differ according to the type of flowers,
bees, the degree of moisture, and the manufacturing process.
Benefits of honey for wounds
has been used for thousands of years to treat wounds, and today health care providers use medicinal honey to treat chronic wounds and other injuries,
and researchers have conducted a variety of studies related to the effectiveness a treatment
for a variety of wounds; The researchers concluded that honey helps to heal some types of burns,
as the process of applying to the wound is done by washing hands first,
then applying honey to a sterile gauze and then putting gauze on the wound,
and in the event the wound is deep it is advised to put honey on it first and then apply the medical gauze
to The wound, after which a clean, dry dressing is placed over the medical gauze,
and it is worth noting that should not be used without consulting a doctor until it is determined whether
can be used for a health condition or not, and the honey properties that it provides to heal wounds.
Health benefits of honey
provides many health benefits to the body in addition to the role of honey in healing wounds.
was used in the past in traditional medicine by mixing it with other treatments to treat some conditions, such as:
stress, tension, weakness, sleep disorders, vision problems, and bad breath, teething pain in children over one year old,
asthma attacks, in addition to contributing to the treatment of hiccups, stomach ulcers,
diarrhea, and vomiting. It may also treat involuntary and frequent urination, obesity, jaundice, eczema, skin infections, and inflammation.