Honey is a great way to add sweetness to recipes and beverages, but did you know it has been used for centuries for wound care? How does this work? Is there a specific type of honey to use? We have the information you need. READ MORE
Of the many natural remedies available, the use of honey in wound healing is one that has been around for centuries and can truly help with wound healing. Believe it or not, there are numerous reasons and medical benefits to using honey to heal wounds.
By optimizing the healing environment, our bodies can repair themselves quicker and with less potential infection and discomfort.The Medline TheraHoney Wound Gel Honey Dressing provides special, unique healing properties for a variety of wounds from those with no drainage to wounds with moderate drainage.We think of honey today as just a sweetener, but it is a wound healer as well.
The treatment of acute or chronic wounds can have a multitude of solutions. This can have your head spinning when it comes to choosing the right dressing for your wound. It is widely accepted that a moist wound bed heals better. Many dressings incorporate silver compounds. One option that has been around for a while is the use of honey dressing.
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Most of us know the common symptoms of COVID-19. We know that fever is generally the first indication of the infection, followed by cough, fatigue, and a loss of taste or smell. However, there are some symptoms that you may not know about. Just like other common symptoms of COVID-19, these other symptoms can mimic other health issues. One symptom in particular is COVID rash. READ MORE.