HONEY to Heal Acne, Cuts, & Wounds Faster — A Natural Healing Treatment

HONEY to Heal Acne, Cuts, & Wounds Faster -- A Natural Healing Treatment

Honey is a wonderful natural antibacterial treatment for burns, cuts, and wounds. Its natural antimicrobial enzymes help prevent infection while healing. It is great for using as an acne treatment to help heal pimples and blemishes. It helps the skin heal faster and minimizes scarring. Honey helps to reduce inflammation and speed the growth of healthy tissue. It even makes wounds smell better, because when the bacteria in a wound eat honey’s sugars, they give off sweeter-smelling gases. Honey is very healthy for you internally as well and is used to treat many gastrointestinal ailments. I hope you will learn a lot from this video about the wonderful healing powers of honey and that you will give honey a try. I really recommend you try raw honey; it’s loaded with flavenoids, tons of natural enzymes and vitamins.Please remember to subscribe because I have so much more to come; something helpful and of interest to everyone. Thanks so much for viewing! Please click here to go to my Facebook page and don’t forget to “like” me! www.facebook.com To visit me at my blogspot, please click here: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com To purchase a YouTips4U custom-designed T-Shirt please click here: cgi.ebay.com
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25 Responses to HONEY to Heal Acne, Cuts, & Wounds Faster — A Natural Healing Treatment

  1. vintagexvogue

    Do you have to use raw honey? Can you use just regular honey like the one that comes in the bottle in the shape of a bear? Or is that processed and not good?

  2. YouTips4U

    @reptileswag Hi, I would recommend the medihoney. It can be very effective in helping to heal.

  3. reptileswag

    hey can you please answer my question can honey heal scares because i have like 30 to 40 scares on my legs because of skateboarding can it help me its pretty serious please answer back XD

  4. YouTips4U

    @brawyn777 Hi, honey can act as a soothing coating on the esophageal wall. It coats the lining of the throat and can help diminish the burning and help heal the damage caused by acid reflux. The thickness of the honey can help prevent additional acid from coming up and further damaging the esophagus.I would suggest a teaspoon after every meal. If it’s hard for him to take it plain, you can try diluting it in tea or warm water and sipping it. I hope it helps him:o)

  5. brawyn777

    i did not know that honey could help with acid refluz,my husband has it really bad,he had to have his stomach scoped and is on 2 different kinds of pills,i find sometimes,his meds work and sometimes they dont,how much honey could he take in a day? and for how long?thanks for the videos,you are a very smart lady

  6. YouTips4U

    @justperfect59 Hi, I’m not sure if it is suitable to heal eczema and things of that nature. You may want to ask your grandson’s pediatrician for their thoughts before attempting to use it. If you are interested in learning more about Medi-Honey there are quite a few website with information. I do not have one specific that I can recommend. I hope your little grandson feels better soon :o )

  7. justperfect59

    My 2 year old grandson suffers from eczema and other skin issues…which seem to only be somewhat controlled with steroid type creams…he even became affected with the mrsa virus when he was much younger (which thank goodness was caught in time after a hospital stay) so my question is…do you think the honey would or could help him with these skin problems and do you have a link or source to the Medi-Honey that you could share with us?

  8. Mewfanfic

    Thanks a lot for a nice detail .. You make me fail in love honey again ^^

  9. aritizaloveforlife

    does honey not have lots of sugur and that makes your skin worse???

  10. YouTips4U

    @79savoirfaire You’re very welcome. I’m so glad you liked it :o )

  11. harukayoshiaki

    Thank you for the great information :)

  12. 79savoirfaire

    Hello, this is very informative. Thank you!

  13. YouTips4U

    @proudlatina1510 I think 2-3 tsp. a day is probably fine.

  14. proudlatina1510

    You are very smart.
    How much honey would be healthy enough to consume without it being unhealthy?

  15. YouTips4U

    @AntoniaTheHealthNut Hi, I have heard of Arnica use for bruises and and sprains, etc., but I have not used it myself. It has gotten good reviews by from athletes who have used it in ointment type preparations.

  16. CamoChicka3

    I love your videos! they are so helpful! thanks to you i have gorgeous new hairstyles, long healthy nails, and i am acne free!!! so thanks for everything!!!

  17. YouTips4U

    Hi, thanks so much for your kind words. I’m so glad you like my videos. I work hard to bring helpful tips and quality info to my viewers to help them in their lives and I really appreciate hearing great feedback :o )

  18. 1483jayson

    thank you for this info

  19. ranchycowgirl88

    I don’t understand how anyone could dislike this video, unless they’re allergic to honey? Haha. Love all your videos. Very informative and you have a lovely presence on camera! Keep up the great work!

  20. YouTips4U

    It very well may, however, I don’t recommend using honey on your hair as a lice treatment. Way too sticky.

  21. yokitty787

    Can honey suffocate lice?
    It seems dense enough to do that.

  22. linngal

    Wow, what great information!!!!

  23. YouTips4U

    Hi, please try my special herbal healing tea; it’s great. You can find the video on my channel. Also, you may want to try nasal irrigation. It really helps. Please see my video on that as well.

  24. YouTips4U

    Awh, thank you so much for your lovely comment :o )

    I really appreciate your kind words.

  25. YouTips4U

    Hi, you leave it on and you can reapply it two or three times daily.