Temef Honey 350ml


Healing wounds and burns
A 2015 review found that honey may help heal burns, and a 2017 study Trusted Source found that the defensin-1 protein in honey promoted wound healing.

An earlier study Trusted Source had found that applying medical grade honey to the site of infections had no advantage over the administration of antibiotics — and applying honey actually increased the risk of infection in people with diabetes.

It is worth noting that many products such as face creams, deodorants, and shampoos contain honey in varying amounts.

Many honey-based cosmetics are available to purchase online.

Preventing acid reflux
Honey might help ward off acid reflux. A 2017 reviewTrusted Source of honey’s health effects proposed that honey may help line the esophagus and stomach, possibly reducing the upward flow of stomach acid and undigested food. This suggestion, however, was not supported by clinical research.

The upward flow of stomach acid can lead to gastroesophageal reflux disease, which can involve inflammation, acid reflux, and heartburn.



Used as a natural sweetener, honey is used as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial agent. People commonly use honey orally to treat coughs and topically to treat burns and promote wound healing.

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