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Originally posted by shapur
My grandfather lived to be a 108 yrs old...He used to tell us that secret of his youth(he looked much younger than his age)was to eat Honey,garlic,almonds,lemon,olive oil, sea foods,grapes and lots of vegetables for most of his life...He was also very organized and on time....He never had any serious illness and he died of simply old age.....People have been treating themselves using herbs and natural remedies for ages.Long before all this big Karma took over and made us all their slaves.
Originally posted by DoctorG
...I can tell you then a lot more than honey goes into making your body function well, and by NO MEANS has all of the nutrients that you body needs. Just off the top of my head I can tell you that there is no protein.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Originally posted by RothchildRancor
How effective has honey shown in reversing later stages of cancer like stage 5 lung cancer, and hodgkin's disease?
Also does it have any effect of ridding the body of toxins?
Those are good questions and I do not know yet.
I will conduct some research into this later.
Thanks for asking though.
Respiratory syncytial virus is the most frequent cause of hospitalization for viral respiratory infections in infants and young children worldwide. It also severely affects immunocompromised adults and the elderly, however, despite decades of efforts, there is no proven effective treatment for RSV infection and attempts at vaccine development have been hampered by several major obstacles.
A large amount of research has established the potent antibacterial activity of honey, but its activity against viral species has been the subject of only a small number of studies.
The results confirmed that treatment with honey had caused inhibition of viral replication, there being very little virus detected in honey-treated cells compared with untreated cells infected with RSV.
Experiments using quantitative PCR also demonstrated the inhibitory effect of honey on RSV at the transcription level, with significant differences in the mRNA copy numbers of two out of the three viral genes examined.
Attempts at isolating the antiviral component in honey demonstrated that the sugar was not responsible for the inhibition of RSV, but that methylglyoxal may play a part in the greater potency of Manuka honeys against RSV.
It is concluded from the findings in this study that honey may possibly be an effective antiviral treatment for the therapy of respiratory viral infections, and provides justification for future in vitro studies and clinical trials.