10 Tips to Combat Coronavirus 10 Tips to Combat Coronavirus

ADVERTISEMENT

Raw Honey Works Better Than Drugs for Herpes!

jar of honey

Story at-a-glance -

  • Research shows that honey provides significantly better results than mainstream treatments like Acyclovir ointment when treating the symptoms of labial or genital herpes. Honey was used as a conventional treatment until the early 20th century.
  • The best way to utilize honey in treating herpes symptoms is to use raw honey topically, as it works far better than commercialized processed honey you find in supermarkets. The latter will actually contribute to the infection.
  • Manuka honey, a potent type of honey gathered from the pollen of the flowers of the Manuka bush, was found to effectively eradicate over 250 clinical strains of bacteria, including antibiotic-resistant strains.
  • Aside from Manuka honey, other effective treatments for herpes infection involve the use of lysine (an essential amino acid), vitamin C, aloe vera, lemon balm, resveratrol, garlic, lactoferrin, homeopathic formulas, EFT, and vitamin D.

Mainstream physicians usually prescribe Acyclovir ointment or other topical medications to treat herpes outbreaks. But research shows that nature has a better solution. This remedy works faster than any of the mainstream treatments, and with fewer side effects.

Honey has long been regarded as one of the best natural wound healers and infection fighters. When a researcher treated patients with Acyclovir for one herpes outbreak and honey for another, overall healing time with honey was 43 percent better than with Acyclovir for sores on the lips and 59 percent better for genital sores.


Read the Full Article for Free!
Subscribe to the #1 Natural Health Newsletter
  • Unlock censored health information that Google doesn't want you to read
  • Keep your privacy secure — We are no longer active on Facebook and are blocking our content from Google search to ensure your privacy stays protected
  • Get access to all of Dr. Mercola's health articles, E-books and special reports

Existing Subscribers: Enter your email address for instant access