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Honey and White Pepper Remedies

Other Names: Honey Is a beverage and a medicine. Honey is not an Herb.
Tradfitional Usages: Assists Digestion, Decreases Acidity, Burns, Frostbite, Colic, Dry Cough, Inflammations, Involutary Twitching of the Mouth and Eyes, To keep Singer's Throats in Condition, Tuberculosis,  Cuts, Scratches, Fistula, Boils, Animal Bites, Stings of Mosquitoes,  Bees, Wasps, Fleas, Infected Wounds, Insomnia, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Stomach Ulcerations, Gangrene, Surgical Wound Infections, Bronchitis, Asthmatic Bronchitis, Sore Throats,
Resources: Worldwide
Parts Used: Try to buy Wildflower Honey.
Herbal Research: Honey
Health Warning: Honey is generally safe when taken in typical food amounts, however, there can be potentail adverse effects if consumed excessively.


Honey and White Pepper - Natural remedy for Colds: This is a great home remedy product to have on hand. When you take a teaspoon of raw honey and a pinch of white pepper, you will see a difference in a couple of days. The best cure is to take the raw honey and white pepper mixture at least two to three times a day.

Honey and White Pepper - Natural remedy for Amnesia: : One teaspoon of raw honey with a pinch of white pepper taken once a day is very effective.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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