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Old 01-24-2013, 10:48 PM
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It won't hurt it further on like a broken toe or something. I'd hesitate for an open wound though.

But for one that is internal you could sure try, it won't worsen it.
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I give my fizzy local honey in the summer - it seems to help his summer itchiness
( he seems to get hay fever type symptoms) half a teaspoon of honey a day seems to help loads, and he loves it ( he has it from a spoon hehe)
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Medically speaking, i am a nurse, Manuka honey is the one used for healing wounds. Comes from New Zealand.


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Yes! I love Manuka honey (aka medical grade honey). Apparently there isn't conclusive evidence of its antibacterial properties, but I use it on my face and it honestly makes your skin so amazingly soft and clears up acne. I prefer using it on wounds instead of polysporin.


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It won't hurt it further on like a broken toe or something. I'd hesitate for an open wound though.

But for one that is internal you could sure try, it won't worsen it.
Actually honey is best for open wounds. Kills bacteria and regenerates growth. Used a lot for burns starting to use and trials for tumors.
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had a friend with a puppy born without a foot and the wound was nasty after cleansing it with peroxide we used aveeno baby diaper rash cream and it healed in a few days took care of the infection too.
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