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i base a good manuka honey if its raw and monolaurin ,do you agree ?
Your article on Manuka lifted a lot of the mystery for me – thank you !
This article was my reason for looking into Manuka some more. https://www.clinicalkey.com/#!/content/playContent/1-s2.0-S0924857917300638
More info but in Dutch:
Keep up the good work !
help! how to use manuka honey for oral spirochete infection? swish? swallow? spit? take it orally? brush my teeth with it? how to take to prevent blood /brain barrier transmission of oral spirochete infection!! AAHG!!
Best natural remedies against spirochetes (Borrelia) that I know of are essential oils (I have used a multiblend successfully, with ao oregano and thyme), colloidal silver and wild teasel (Dipsacus fullonum, syn. Dipsacus sylvestris).
Any indications of more serious tooth problems (cold sensitive eg) should be addressed asap ! Just had a root canal and feeling lots better now.
Good luck !
You can do both: ingest an UMF15+ 1g per kg body weight and gargle with a 50-50 water diluted mixture 3 times per day. In between, you should also gargle with colloidal silver, after you have put a teaspoon of this under the tongue and hold it for 30 seconds.
It is also good to put some of these stuff into your nose. And because it is difficult to dilute and do a perfect sterile solution at home, I think you should rather buy a spray. I think I put a link here in this article, please take a look. Can manuka honey treat sinus infection? Are there some other natural alternatives?
There are also toothpastes with colloidal silver and some with propolis and manuka honey. Highly recommended.
You can also put some drops of colloidal silver in your nose – whichever is easier for you. And there are also some very effective essential oils, like oragano oil, which works very well on bacteria. Use a neti pot
For sinus infections the best results have been obtained with 4 drops of oregano oil and 1 tsp. of colloidal silver to 1 cup of neti pot solution (1 cup filtered warm water and 1/4 tsp salt), mixing well to evenly distribute the oil. Flush your sinuses 2 to 3 times a day. 3 days per week.
Lower the frequency of the flushes before you stop them completely. Let the mucosa slowly regenerate.
After a month do a check test to see if the bacteria is still there. If the result is negative, you should think of a maintenance treatment. If the result is positive change the treatment.
All these recommendations come strictly from my research; I am not an MD. You should also ask a naturopath about this.
All the best
Great Blog…..good info. I am the the #1 producer of Black Mangrove Honey in the State of Florida collected from Mosquito Lagoon in New Smyrna Beach Florida. You need to “add” it to your list and you may be surprise by it’s benefits.
I will add it, of course. Thanks for reminding me. And I will definitely mention the #1 producer! 🙂
My daughter has cystic fibrosis and the bacteria called b cepatia. It is resistant to all antibotics. I was told we should try this honey. Please give me your thoughts on it. I don’t know what kind or where to get it. Thanks for you help.
I am so sorry to here this. By “this honey” I assume it’s manuka honey, right?
Please read all my articles about manuka honey, so you’ll get a clear idea on what it is. Manuka honey is indeed antimicrobial and it does wonders on every infected, hard to heal wound. Internally though, it’s different story. There are not enough studies, clinical trials on its capacity. But this is one of those cases when you have to try it and hope it will work. Even if the blood tests are still positive, if the bacterial load is lowered and quality life improved, then it’s worth it.
Here is the best manuka honey (according to the buyers’ appreciation), but any honey with an UMF15+ or 20+ is good. Not more.
The dose should be 1 g honey/kg body weight per day. One tablespoon has 21 grams. For a month and then stop for another month and take it again. 3 times.
You can also try other natural antibiotics like propolis water extract (which are also really good for lungs) or essential oils like clove oil or oregano oil. Please google them and give them a try.
Today the alternative medicine is taken very seriously and is studied a lot. A naturopath can offer you solutions. Find one. (nevertheless beware of scams. There are so so many! Always verify them in every possible way. Stay away from those that guarantee you a success if you buy their expensive products or run a MLM business.)
All the best! Laura
sorry it’s spelled b cepacia
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Thank you for your amazing website. What a resource this is! I have spent two hours on it today looking at various antifungal options, but for whatever reason there seems to be more research on the antibacterial rather than antifungal properties of honey(s). I have a persistent fungal infection on the skin and am trying to choose a good honey and/or combination, like onion or garlic, etc. to try topically. (Or orally as well.) The fungal issue is unsurprisingly connected to gut flora problems which I keep managed fairly well now. Might you have a suggestion for a honey and/or a honey combination? Your help would be most appreciated.
PS I tried to send this on the message function, but it would not send for some reason.
Any medial grade honey is good for a skin problem. Manuka grade honey, Activon, Medihoney…have you tried any?
Internally you can take combinations with garlic, onion, cinnamon, ginger, whichever you want, and even rotate them.
Raw fresh honey (in the first 3 months) contains probiotics too, so it will also help with the gut flora.
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