Safety of using honey.

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Experimenting with eating or applying honey to the skin expecting benefits in curing which disease? However, it should be safe to use. Both for adults and children aged 1 year and up. But don’t forget to consider safety when using it in the following cases.

  • Eating honey may not be safe for infants and very young children. Do not give raw honey to children under 12 months of age. This is because there is a risk of botulinum poisoning in the body. This may not be dangerous for older children or adults UFABET 
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should be able to safely consume in the amounts commonly found in everyday foods. But there is no confirmed data on consuming large quantities for medicinal purposes for safety. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid eating to help treat various diseases.
  • Honey produced from the nectar of rhododendron flowers. (Rhododendrons) may not be safe when taken orally. This is because this type contains toxins that can cause heart problems. Low blood pressure, chest pain, and other serious heart problems
  • People who are allergic to pollen should also avoid eating honey made from pollen.
  • Amount that is safe to use
    • Using to treat cough You should consume 2.5-10 ml before bedtime.
    • Using to treat wounds. You can apply it directly to the skin or use a bandage soaked in honey. The bandage should be changed every 24-48 hours and the honey-soaked bandage may be used for up to 25 days. The wound should be inspected every 2 days. In the case of applying directly to the skin, use 15-30 ml of honey and apply every 12 days -48 hours, then cover with clean gauze or bandage.