Naturally Cure Wounds With Sidr Honey


We all get wounded often, and we rarely take it serious, because we don’t know how dangerous wounds could be to our body and how much risk it puts our body in if it’s not treated or cured the right way.

Wounds are one of the biggest causes of serious body infections and bleeding, and sometimes it requires medical operation or several ones to be cured, so whenever you get wounded, you need to take immediate action whether your wound was a simple paper cut or a deep wound.

This article is to educate you about wounds and how could you know if your wound could be treated at home, or requires medical and operational help. Also this article is to introduce to you Sidr Honey, which is proven to be the best natural cure for wounds.

First, you need to know that if your wound that is deeper than 1/2 inch, doesn’t stop bleeding with direct pressure, or keeps bleeding longer than 20 minutes then it’s probably something serious and can’t be cured at home, and you’ll have to seek professional medical help. But, if it’s not, then all you have to do is to wash the wound, disinfect it with any disinfectant you have, then directly pressure it and elevate it to stop bleeding and prevent swelling, and last but not least, use Sidr Honey, which has a magical natural effect on wounds.

Sidr Honey is proven scientifically to be able to cure wounds naturally, make scars disappear and even better and faster than some medicines, and of course it’s preferable for all of us to use natural remedies than to use chemical medicines, especially when it gives the same effect.

A very old proof that Sidr honey is the best treatment for wounds and scars is in The Honey Prescription book, where it’s mentioned that in Honey: The Gourmet Medicine book, Joe Traynor recounts the story of a veterinarian who served in the Bulgarian army as an officer during the Second Balkan War of 1913. His beleaguered platoon had come across a small amount of honey in an abandoned farmhouse. There wasn’t enough food to use for the soldiers, but the officer decided to apply it to the wounds of a few of his men, as medicine was scarce.

The officer recorded the case of one soldier, whose infected foot hadn’t responded to medication. War invalid S., aged 25, had a big scar on the back of his right foot. In the centre of it was an ulcer three by three centimetres, with a deep glossy, greyish bottom and necrotic thickened edges. The patient said the wound has been in this state for three months… Twenty days after the honey ointment was applied the ulcer healed.

But what is Sidr Honey? Where would you get it from? And how would you use it for wounds?

Let me answer those questions for you in order to get things clear…

What is Sidr Honey?

Honey overall is vital to human survival, as it’s a natural remedy to many diseases, and have always been appreciated by wise people such as ancient Egyptians, Chinese monks and so on…

And Sidr Honey is considered one of the finest and most expensive honeys in the world. It’s distinctive taste, high nutrition value, and limited quantity makes it very special.

It comes from Sidr (Ziziphus) trees which grow uncultivated in the desert areas of Yemen and other Middle Eastern countries’ deserts, and it has been a subject of research by too many researchers who belong to famous research entities like ResearchGate, ZUMJ., ELSEVIER, Hindawi, American-Eurasian Journal of Scientific Research, PHCOG J, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, International Journal of Current Microbiology & Applied Science, International Research Journal of Pharmacy, and much more, and they all agreed that it has positive effect on all the livings, whether humans, animals, or plants, and that also it has improved the health and mood of all those who used it and all the animals and plants that has been used on for experiment and has cured them and worked as an antibiotic, antioxidant, and medicine for wounds, stomach, skin disease, and also had a positive effect on the brain.

Not to mention that Sidr Honey is one of the most complex natural foods available today and one of the rarest as well, and eating one spoon of it a day can make your body healthier and more vital.

How would you use it for wounds?

According to ResearchGate’s research ( ) the use of Sidr Honey topically on thermal wounds could cure it after 1 or 2 weeks, and that is great, as thermal wounds are difficult to heal and takes time to be fully cured.

Also according to International Research Journal of Pharmacy, Sidr Honey is used as an antibacterial agent to improve wound infection, and it could be used both topically on the wound and by mouth, and the result will appear in a time between week and two weeks.

And last but not least DE GRUYTER research on the effect of Sidr Honey on wounds proved that Sidr Honey is a great wound care product especially for infected wounds and for wounds in diabetic patients, and if used daily, the results will appear positively.

This is how you could use Sidr Honey with wounds, but buying Sidr Honey will definitely benefit you with liver problems, stomach ulcers, respiratory infections, diseases resulting from malnutrition, digestive problems, constipation, eye diseases, infected wounds and burns, surgical wounds (incl. C-section), and also in promoting speedy recovery after childbirth, facilitating menstruation, strengthening the immune systems, promoting general health and vitality..

Sidr honey can also improve cell health, boost in nutrition and help your body fight off illness and much more, so give it a try and protect your children & your whole family, and enjoy better health.

Source by Ramia Nous


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