There is too much to say about honey combs, the fact is they are mother natures dream as long as they are not man-made. Honey acts as an antimicrobial agent because it contains an enzyme that produces small amounts of hydrogen peroxide, which is deadly to mainly pathogenic microorganism, according to the Biochemical, Physiological and Molecular Aspects of Human Nutrition.
As such, honey can relieve some forms of gastritis and may be able to combat stomach ulcers caused by certain bacteria. Raw honey also acts a strong antioxidant, which scavenge harmful free-radicals linked to tissue damage, aging and even cancer.
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