Thursday, January 23, 2014

Honey is Safe Improvisational Wound Treatment

There's a mountain of evidence that honey heals wounds, no matter what the floral source. As long as it hasn't been heated which destroys healthy & nutritious enzymes. But besides wound care, it's also a great source of quick energy, rich in antioxidants, ideal for treating burns and an effective cough suppressant...

Wound Care in the Wilderness: Is There Evidence for Honey?

Honey is one of the most ancient remedies for wound care. Current research has shown promising results for its use in wound care. This review is intended to inform readers of the physiological properties of honey and the evidence that exists to support its clinical use.

When compared with evidence for current wound treatment, honey has proven to be a safe, effective, and sometimes superior treatment for various wounds. There are currently US Food and Drug Administration-approved medical-grade honey products available in the United States. Although there have been no clinical trials exploring the use of honey in wilderness environments, it may be a safe, improvisational wound treatment. More robust studies are needed for definitive conclusions of its efficacy and safety.


  1. Of course, packing a jar of honey may seem bulky. But try some of our honey sticks, providing a teaspoon in each straw.

  2. New Zealand Propolis for Strong immune health use this Natural is an old school remedy for healing wounds and assisting with immunity. New Zealand pioneers Manuka Health bring to you honey for wound care products using MGO Manuka Honey grown right here in our very own New Zealand.

    New Zealand active Manuka Honey is well-known for it's antibacterial properties. When taken orally, MGO Manuka Honey products can be very effective in relieving the symptoms of coughs, colds and digestive ailments.