As a Healer
Honey can soothe ulcers as it helps retain moisture and accelerates the healing process.
It also has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties, prevents your mouth from becoming dry.
It also hastens the process of new tissue growth. Doctors suggesting to apply raw honey to the ulcer or
even mix pinch of turmeric with honey and gently rub on the affected area.
One tablespoon of raw honey with 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon powder on a daily
basis can effectively treat stomach upset and clear ulcers in the
stomach from the root.
Stomach Ulcers also known as gastric ulcer or peptic ulcer, is a leison that makes in the lining of the stomach.
Honey possesses a number of curative powers and to be an effective ulcer treatment for two reasons.
First, an enzyme in honey,glucose oxidase, produces natural hydrogen peroxide,
which kills harmful bacteria that helps the development of ulcers.
Then there are other floral antibacterial substances in honey, which come from flowers when bees collect pollen,
that add to honey’s effectiveness in eliminating bacteria.
The exact benefits depend on the type of honey being used. Raw, unpasteurized honey provides the most health benefits, nutrients, and enzymes.
The substance is rich in antioxidants. These can help protect you from cell damage caused by free radicals.
Free radicals can contribute to the aging process. They may also lead to chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. The antioxidants found in honey may help prevent heart disease.
Honey also has a number of antibacterial and antiviral properties. Not only can raw honey kill bacteria and fungus, it contains a natural antiseptic.
Honey is natural and can be used along with other traditional treatments.
The key to successful ulcer treatment appears to hinge on it being natural, unprocessed honey.
Two tablespoons a day should be about right for most types of honey.
When the problem has eased, 1 tablespoon daily will probably be enough.