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Honey is one of nature’s greatest gifts, because it is not only delicious, but also packed with antibacterial, antiviral, anti-parasitic and antioxidant compounds. You can use honey to prevent festering in a number of different ways, since festering is caused by a compromised immune response at the site of a wound. Honey can be consumed orally to give the immune system a needed boost, or it can be applied gently over the wound to disinfect it of any possible pathogens. If festering has already set in, then regularly applying honey to the wound should clear up the infection in a matter of days.

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