Honey

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Honey is one of nature’s greatest antibacterial substances, and it is also readily available in most parts of the world. For the treatment of bed sores, honey can be applied generously beneath a bandage and then allowed to sit on the bed sores overnight. The honey will detoxify the wound, thus preventing any infections, while also stimulating blood flow and healing at the site of the bed sores. The antioxidant properties of honey will also help the skin return to its normal elasticity and color faster, by lowering oxidative stress within the skin.

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