In addition to the healing properties, honey is effective to kill the bacteria that cause chronic sinusitis?
Evaluate the replacement of sugar for the honey when you need to sweeten foods and beverages. Honey has healing properties, antibiotic and great nutritional value (high carbohydrate content and features calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamins B1 and C) as well as being 18% less calories than regular sugar and have medicinal properties.
A study by the University of Ottawa, Canada, showed that honey in all its forms is effective in killing the bacteria that cause chronic sinusitis. Another study done by the University of Wales, suggests that the honey of manuka flower can reverse antibiotic resistance. Rather, antibiotics may be effective against drug-resistant infections is used in combination with manuka honey.
Finally, research on this fascinating flower honey coming from New Zealand, released by the Metropolitan University of Cardiff, Wales, this year, says he is a powerful antibacterial and healing to wounds. The replacement alone is not recommended for diabetics, whose diet has restrictions on honey.