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Honey is not only a deliciously sweet treat, but also an incredibly powerful antiseptic substance that can give our immune system a powerful and much-needed boost. If you have a laceration in addition to the bruise, it will be very easy for an outside pathogen to enter the wound and the bloodstream through the broken blood vessels. Therefore, protecting the site of the wound is extremely important. Applying some honey, with its natural antibacterial and antioxidant properties in place, can be a great way to stimulate more rapid healing, soothe inflammation, and protect against foreign pathogens.

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