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Honey for medicinal use

  1. The medicinal use of honey is still not welcomed by everyone. Scientific studies try to dispel skepticism about the medicinal products containing honey. But the reliability of those studies is sometimes questioned. Nevertheless, there are already a number of products with which, according to proponents, good effects are achieved. Many people have already been introduced to cough syrup containing honey in childhood.

Wound care with honey

  1. According to the researchers, honey is very suitable for use in wound care products. A special type of honey for this is known under the name Medihoney. This honey is a specially prepared honey that comes from New Zealand plants and trees of the Leptospermum family. Medihoney is registered as a medical device with a CE mark

Wound care products based on medicinal honey

  1. Revamil Hydrophilic Wound Gel: this wound gel consists of one hundred percent pure honey with a high content of honey enzyme glucose oxidase. The gel is best applied to a plaster or gauze and then to the wound. The patch or gauze can be left in place for two to three days. Treatment can be stopped if the wound is closed. Revamil Wound Dressing: this wound gauze is impregnated with one hundred percent pure honey and can be applied directly to the wound and then covered with a bandage. Revamil Balm: this balm can be applied directly to minor burns, skin wounds and cuts. Vetramil Honey Ointment: this ointment combines two important properties. The ointment is strongly antibacterial and contains wound-healing elements. The enzymes in the honey that contains the ointment produce a small amount of hydrogen peroxide, which causes the wound to heal quickly. Vetramil is available in jars or small and larger tubes.

Cough syrup with honey

  1. Vicks cough syrup: this syrup also contains honey. The active substance in the cough syrup is mainly dextromethorphan which reduces the tendency to cough. Vicks cough tablets: these also contain the substance dextromethorphan and have the same effect as the Vicks cough syrup. Strepsils: to be used for a beginning sore throat. Strepsels, which also contain honey, have a soothing and bactericidal effect on the throat. They are not suitable for diabetics.

  2. Vicks cough syrup: this syrup also contains honey. The active ingredient in the cough syrup is mainly dextromethorphan, which reduces the tendency to cough. Vicks cough tablets: these also contain the substance dextromethorphan and have the same effect as the Vicks cough syrup. Strepsils: to be used for a beginning sore throat. Strepsels, which also contain honey, have a soothing and bactericidal effect on the throat. They are not suitable for diabetics.



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