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Bee's Honey: Most Potent Medicine, Biggest Cover Up in Medical History - Exposed!

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 02:57 AM
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Have you ever wondered why foods look very similar to the organs they are believed to aid?
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Wow what a trip!...I never noticed this....You are a wealth of info and i really appreciate all you posted!...Thank you so much!




posted on May, 26 2013 @ 02:57 AM
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I already said, of course i am going to trust someone with a disease like that to know. You dont have to.

You are showing scientific sources to validate your OP and at the same time telling us scientific sources gave us bad medicine?
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 02:58 AM
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As the OP knows i have been experimenting using honey with my own medical issues. My symptoms have greatly improved since i started and i have been symptom free for the last 2 days.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 02:59 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash

Originally posted by Ghost375
I am absolutely positive the claims about honey are exaggerations.
It has a lot of nutrients and it is healthy for you, but it's not a wonder drug.
I'm not going to debate this, I know this for a fact because I've already done the research.


Of course you won't debate, you would get torched.
no i don't have time for any serious debate

You do realize I used a combination of real scientific sources with news articles?
Scientists openly acknowledge honey kills bacteria. It's not a secret. But they are IN VITRO studies. Honey has not been shown to kill bacteria effectively in the body. period.
In the studies it actually shows percentages and figures.
I linked some of these numbers and gave keywords so others can look up numbers for whatever they are interested in.
The news articles are exaggerating the effects. The scientific sources are being misinterpreted by those who don't know enough about science to try interpreting them. I don't have time to go into the details. I know I'm right here.

Are you saying the studies are exaggerations? Or my attitude and demeanor itself?
Honey does have SOME medicinal properties. These properties are being greatly exaggerated, and many of the things being claimed about honey being a cure for, simply aren't true.

The fact is there is no coverup about the effects of honey. It's out there in the open: There really are some medicinal effects BUT they are weak. The problem is people like you exaggerate the studies, saying honey is some super cure for every disease.

I know this from both personal experience and much research.
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:04 AM
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Originally posted by StarryNights
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Awesome info and research!...Its DISGUSTING what is going on in the USA..Not only is honey good for many things but there are many other things natural out there that are just as good,herbs and such..Oil of Oregano come to mind and have it on hand always..Its all about money at the cost of peoples health and destroying earth..Btw i believe the honey that radiated is no good because the radiation killed the nutrients...Life here on earth seems so futile and hopeless when we realize just what we are up against.Monsanto runs the show it seems and is killing all the bees.....sigh.

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Don't fret, we are turning things around slowly but surely.
Look, they can't keep honey a secret anymore. Now everyone's gonna find out about ancient common knowledge and the PharmaCorps will lose $$ and power.

My own one little chip at the wall, sent a crack straight through it.
See how easy it really is?

We could all take a whack and this wall would tumble down.

And yes this cover up isn't just honey, it's everything nature has to offer us.
The fact all of nature is around us all of the time and it's free, proves to me the companies are ignoring it when they could easily be pumping out high quality medicines with limited to no side effects.

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:06 AM
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Excellent post! My dog asks if he can take it? Hahahaha!



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:12 AM
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Originally posted by calstorm
As the OP knows i have been experimenting using honey with my own medical issues. My symptoms have greatly improved since i started and i have been symptom free for the last 2 days.


Thank you for posting.

Cal said they were suffering from Olfactory Hallucinations (of ammonia).

I looked it up, and Hippocrates (or was it his students?) suggested honey.
So I shared my findings.

There are other possible causes of course, if the honey doesn't seem to work any longer than remember to go see a cardiologist for potential blood clot formation (unlikely but possible relation according to my research). Worth considering possibly.

By the way this caused me to check to see if honey causes blood thinning or will interfere with blood thinning medications :

Honey is very low in vitamin K, so it will not interfere with blood thinners, and there is nothing in honey that would thin your blood on its own. Read more: www.livestrong.com...

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Ok so Honey will not cause blood "thinning" effects nor will it interfere with medication of this nature. That's cool to know for anyone who has these types of issues.

The more I look into it, the more I like what I find!



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:14 AM
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Originally posted by KRONKITE
Excellent post! My dog asks if he can take it? Hahahaha!


Be careful with your dog.

Google results "Can dog take honey"

Apparently they do use it on dogs for medical reasons.

But some of these websites claim not to give them very much, no more than a table spoon.
To be safe maybe cut that in a 1/4th or 1/8th and start small?

Do in depth research before and possibly contact your vet before taking any risks with old poochy though.
It's iffy.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:32 AM
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Originally posted by Ghost375

The fact is there is no coverup about the effects of honey. It's out there in the open: There really are some medicinal effects BUT they are weak. The problem is people like you exaggerate the studies, saying honey is some super cure for every disease.

I know this from both personal experience and much research.
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You can be wrong all you want, but feigning the right to an opinion on scientific matters as an excuse to dismiss scientific facts is unacceptable.

I posted legitimate research showing how honey is not weak, it is the bona fide most versatile safest and cheapest medicine on Earth.

It kills vast arrays of the toughest bacteria, virus, fungus, parasites, and even inhibits various cancers.
The list of what it can aid in overcoming is seemingly endless, and I cannot even begin to really attempt to compile such a monster.

Honey is STRONG. It beats the most resistant super bugs.
It's an indisputable fact my friend.

OxfordJournal

Medical-Grade Honey Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria In Vitro and Eradicates Skin Colonization


nih.gov

Absence of bacterial resistance to medical-grade manuka honey.


fasebj.org

How honey kills bacteria


You call it weak yet you believe in the media which claims "Super Bugs" are unstoppable and we should be scared. I just proved the media's fear-mongering is all silly nonsense, and honey easily beats these things if applied correctly. It is for sure a cover up.

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:37 AM
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Originally posted by StarryNights
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Have you ever wondered why foods look very similar to the organs they are believed to aid?
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Wow what a trip!...I never noticed this....You are a wealth of info and i really appreciate all you posted!...Thank you so much!


You are very welcome. I thought that stuff was really cool too!
I don't know what to make of it but it is an amazing coincidence!
Brings up a lot of strange questions...

Every day I find out so many new things about the world, and I gotta say nature itself is by far the most amazing and complex thing of all. Nothing tops it.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by Ghost375
But they are IN VITRO studies.


Two initial arguments against this line of rhetoric:

#1 : Honey is intended to be eaten and processed by the bodies digestive functions.
We don't know what happens in this phase exactly, as this is obscure information and will require possibly years of studies. In theory most of the beneficial particulates should carry over into the blood stream, as many of them are vitamins, minerals, etc.

So naturally eating honey by mouth should prove quite effective in many cases.

#2 : Why aren't they attempting to develop a 'pill' or other methods for getting this into the blood stream more directly? Why aren't they isolating components for these tests?

This stuff has been around us forever, why are we so far behind on the most basic science of this material?
If they could find a way to deliver it directly it could possibly actually be a full blown cure for half of the ailments I said it "aided against".



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:08 AM
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Thank you posting all this great info in one thread!

I will be reading all the links (as time dictates today.)

Awesome post!



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:20 AM
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Honey is intended to be eaten and processed by the bodies digestive functions.

Honey is "intended" to be eaten by bees. Us humans steal it from them.


In theory most of the beneficial particulates should carry over into the blood stream, as many of them are vitamins, minerals, etc.
Yes. There are many sources of vitamins, minerals, etc. in a healthy diet.

The fact that honey has antibacterial properties is not really a secret. You don't see much bacteria (or mold) growing on honey no matter how long you leave it in your cupboard.


BTW, what about the big "coverup" about aloe vera? Gonna hit that one next?


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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:31 AM
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great article!!!! its funny you mention It has some pain killing ability...last year i had my 4 wisdoms extracted...very painful and the pain killers did alot to numb pain but left a dull miserable ache which made it even harder to eat anything! but honey was to the rescue! it not only took care of the ache but also fed me in a way. (:
ps.... the quote use your food as medicine i believe it was also said about chocolate (-:



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:36 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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Honey is intended to be eaten and processed by the bodies digestive functions.

Honey is "intended" to be eaten by bees. Us humans steal it from them.


In theory most of the beneficial particulates should carry over into the blood stream, as many of them are vitamins, minerals, etc.
Yes. There are many sources of vitamins, minerals, etc. in a healthy diet.

The fact that honey has antibacterial properties is not really a secret. You don't see much bacteria (or mold) growing on honey no matter how long you leave it in your cupboard.


BTW, what about the big "coverup" about aloe vera? Gonna hit that one next?


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Yeah actually they said the honey found inside the Egyptian tombs was still edible and in good quality. Which I found to be simply amazing as anything else in those jars would have degraded significantly. I still cannot wrap my head around how that works just yet.

I guess the realization that it is antibacterial by nature is common sense because if it wasn't, than they would take over every beehive probably and we wouldn't have bees anymore. At least that's my own presumption while thinking about it.

The conspiracy is in relation to why the most promising medical solution we have available isn't being treated seriously by the establishment, and although it is currently available all around us, people are not taught about it's applications nor it's historical connotations.

The reality about conspiracies is that they are not 100% secret usually, often times they hide right in the open and rely entirely upon our own ignorance. This is a good example of that. I knew nothing about it until after I actually researched into jargon-heavy documentation. That sort of seems to keep the masses out of the loop I feel.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:42 AM
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I knew nothing about it until after I actually researched into jargon-heavy documentation. That sort of seems to keep the masses out of the loop I feel.

Yeah. Well, everyone can't know everything about everything. Can they?

I've known for a long time that honey has been used as an antibacterial agent for a long time.
It's been my experience that neomycin is more effective. Ants don't get into it quite as much as they do honey, either.

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:45 AM
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:48 AM
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Let's compare honey vs neomycin with various bacterium.
MSRA, OSRA, P.aeruginosa?

Oh wait that's not fair is it? Because honey actually beats all of those, while things like P. aeruginosa become resistent to neomycin.

Honey beats P. aeruginosa
P. aeruginosa Resists Neomycin
MRSA resists neomycin

etc etc.
Posted the wrong link at first so corrected it but lost half the original post (it was just quoting to reply though).

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:52 AM
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Originally posted by manuka

By the way honey is the ONLY food that never expires!


Thank you for posting.
You are right that it apparently doesn't degrade when contained properly.
Well it probably degrades but it may take a million years to notice it.

I am glad you were pleased by this information bubbling up to the forefront.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 05:02 AM
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Fascinating! SnF!

I just googled 'Infertility' along with 'honey' and found this -




Known as the Nectar of the Gods, honey has long been held in esteem for its medicinal and antiviral properties but, according to at least one beekeeper and several researchers around the world, it is also of great benefit for people struggling to conceive. 'Honeymoon' Have you ever wondered just where this word originates? Apparently it stems from Anglo-Saxon times when newlyweds would take honey every day for a month to increase fertility and maintain ‘bedroom performance’!


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* skips off to buy a jar of honey *
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