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Bee healthy: honey may beat cold meds against cough
by Amy Norton, HealthDay Reporter
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24 August 2020
On 24 August 2020 U.S. News & World Report reported:
There may be no cure for the common cold, but a spoonful of honey might make it less miserable, a new research review concludes. Honey has a centuries-long history as a folk remedy, including as a balm for sore throats and cough. For the new review, researchers at Oxford University in England pulled together recent evidence on whether the nectar actually works.
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... What is the magic behind honey? It's not entirely clear, according to Greenfield [Dr. Russell Greenfield, an integrative medicine specialist and clinical physician executive of Novant Health Integrative Medicine in Charlotte, N.C, who was not involved in the study].
Honey contains antioxidants, he noted, and research suggests it has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activity. It also helps coat the mucus membranes, Greenfield said, which might bring some relief.
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