The Honey Patch That Can Cure A Cough

Honey is considered a real, whole food medicine. Of course, that means on a biological level, but also because natural honey is harvested and obtained without harm to the bees. Done right, honey is an amazing superfood. Honey from contaminated sites, however, carries with it all sorts of toxins that we should leave out of our bodies. While honey is typically considered to be merely a sweetener, it’s qualities and beneficial properties have made it the perfect remedy for a cough since ancient Egyptian times, long before the development of western medicine. Hippocrates even used it as an ingredient in many of his remedies. Honey, as well as propolis, is used today by the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries as a popular and valuable ingredient.
The honey patch takes full advantage of these healing benefits, such as:
  • Antibacterial
  • Antibiotic
  • Antioxidant
  • Expectorant
It helps the body rid itself of excess phlegm in cases of a particularly stubborn cough and allows all the beneficial substances within the honey to be absorbed through the skin on the chest, going directly to where it is needed. The honey patch is easy to prepare, requires no specialized knowledge and has no side effects. It’s very quick to prepare and is an inexpensive solution. It can be used by both adults and children, although with children, the patch should be left on for only 2-3 hours, while the adults can wear it all night. It essentially contains a poultice made from honey that sticks against the chest at night. Let’s see how to prepare it!

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