Honey

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Honey is rich in antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and organic acids, which makes it not only nutritious for human consumption, but also a powerful tool for human health. The natural antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory nature of honey makes it a wonderful tool for the treatment of burning tongue syndrome. If you eat a few spoonfuls of honey, the natural acids will counter the inflammation in the tongue and reduce the burning sensation. Honey is a naturally cooling substance and can boost the immune system, if some type of infection is the underlying cause of your burning tongue symptoms.

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