Is honey recommended in Covid-19? To prevent it at least? Yes, it is. And not only honey, but all the other products of the honey: pollen, propolis, royal jelly, bee venom and even beeswax. They have all shown antiviral activity against pathogens that cause severe respiratory syndromes, including those caused by human coronaviruses. And, besides directly fighting the virus, honey also stimulates the immune system and improves immunocompetence, which might reduce the severity of the novel coronavirus pneumonia. All products… Read More
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It’s like a contest. Who sells the most expensive honey in the world? Of course we can ask the price of a kidney, who’s stopping us? It’s business here…. But centauri honey is sold for $29,500 per kilo! Why? Maybe it cures cancer… We can skyrocket a price as we like, but we still have to justify it. And as history and present times prove, we are good at this, too…. • The most expensive common honey is manuka honey.… Read More
Why mad? Both medicinal and recreational sound good, why mad? Because it can induce a hallucinogenic state, associated with madness by some people. And because it can cause “mad honey disease”. Which is not something to play with. So before moving forward, a word of caution: do not buy or eat mad honey (aka bitter honey) sold from locals, especially from Turkey and Nepal. They know how to take it, know its effects and how to give the first aid.… Read More
I remember that at the beginning of this pandemic, the news were flooding us with assurances that the world’s biggest computer was running a program that would tell us the cure for Covid-19. In the era of smart phones, virtual reality, nanotech, and other SF things we clearly never heard of, the above statement made sense. So, how come 5 months after the pandemic started we are still trying available drugs to see which ones work? What were the results?… Read More
The black seeds, Nigella sativa, aka kalenji, do not contain chloroquine, but a different substance, called thymoquinone. They do not cure anything in 6 days. 🙂 The black seeds make a remarkable natural remedy, with proved antiviral properties, even against coronaviruses, and 2 of its fitocomponents showed very good results in preventing COVID-19 in a study published in April 2020. Fake news is no news, I know. But as always, there is no smoke without fire. Frauds always start from… Read More
The word “virus” means “poison” – and this should answer the question. The plural is viruses, although scientifically it can also be found as viri or vira. The medical world call the virus an infectious agent. This agent is used in lack of a more specific world; it can just as well be called a thing. And this thing is what actually rules the world, exists since life itself and is so good at that the smartest humans of today cannot outsmart it.… Read More