We have alot of questions coming in about treating COVID-19 with our honey. Although we support the medical findings of treating viral and bacterial pneumonia and other illnesses that can be devastating it’s impossible for us to say that this honey will cure or prevent COVID-19
Dosage: Asthma and Bronchitis
First 3 days take 1 Teapsoon in 50ml of warm water 4 times a day ( increase the amount of honey by teaspoon if no relief is felt before the second dosage.) Then take the same mixture 3 times a day for 3 days then twice a day.
1 Tablespoon in 80ml of water for 4 to 5 times a day for 3 days then lower to the above dosage of 1 teaspoon in 50ml. 4 to 5 times a day continue for 1 week. Then take twice a day until all symptoms of cough or chest pain are gone.
Take 1/2 teaspoon in 250ml of water when needed.
1 teaspoon in 50ml of water 2 times a day for infertility and all other treatment related to honey.
The origin of Daghmous honey
Living in the highlands of the Atlas mountain range in Morocco, the resinous Euphorbia plant is distinguished by its appearance and its spring yellow flowers. It is sometimes used as an indoor decorative plant, despite the fact that it contains an irritant component in itself. It indeed contains a material (a kind of latex) which causes intolerance in the skin.
This cactoid, which can reach up to 1.50 meters in height, gives small fruits of round shape, and its flowers, particularly pretty, bait the bees, which come to forage within it, to give us at the end of the production process of honey, a surprising result.
The taste of Daghmous honey is quite particular: it is described as very strong and relatively bitter. It is said to be useful for the treatment of several problems and is locally used to treat:
Fertility in women and men
Asthma ( Chronic and Allergic)
Allergies and the allergic response
Pneumonia and Bronchitis
MRSA and Staph infections of the skin
Scar Health and healing after surgery
Diabetes Type 2
This honey is also locally used to regrow hair after suffering hair loss from cancer, hormone treatments and unexplained balding.
But it is especially recommended, by its character and texture, for the treatment of sore throat and lung infections in winter or in cold periods when colds and flu are multiplying, known for its anti biotic affect and curing abilities Daghmous honey is also effective in intervening and acting in irritated parts of the body such as organs and bones.
Some illnesses require specifically using Daghmous for the desired result not just a quality honey but generally speaking you can use Daghmous honey for any of the desired results related to honey.
Recently in the past 6 years Moroccan Daghmous honey has come under the scope of some Drs who have started to test the amazing benefits of Daghmous especially in its treatment for Pnemonia and MRSA
Daghmous honey is a strong honey which is hot, it is safe for pregnant women and children in smaller dosages
Daghmous honey has been used in aiding digestion, cardiovascular health and even curing acne! this amazing honey can do it all, forget what you know about regular honey and consider trying something new too SPICE up your life!
Daghmous honey can be very spicey especially for young kids this is due to it being a ‘hot’ honey and is why it is so good at clearing infections especially those related to the lungs. We suggest drinking the honey as fast as you can because the correct dosage will give you a shudder down your back and goosebumps. Trust me 🙂
The composition of Honey:
* 38% fructose
* 32% glucose
* 17% water
* 7% maltose
* Others: 3.5% (Vitamins, trace elements, flavoids, enzymes, pigments …)
* 1.5% of various sugars
* 1% sacharose
The most important ingredient of honey is carbohydrates present in the form of monosaccharides, fructose, glucose and disaccharides, maltose, isomaltose, maltulose, sucrose and turanose and the sweetness of honey is due to presence of these ingredients. It also contains oligosaccharides including the anderose and panose and enzymes including amylase, oxidase peroxide, catalase and acid phosphorylase. Furthermore, honey contains amino acids, trace vitamin B, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, niacin, folic acid, minerals, iron, zinc and antioxidants (David, 2007, Fatimah et al., 2013).
The health promoting characteristics of bee are mainly due to the presence of multiple metabolites including folic acid, thiamine, biotin, niacin, tocopherol, polyphenols, phytosterols besides enzymes and co-enzymes. The favorable facts on the anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungicidal, hepato-protective are recurrently available in the scientific literature. In principle, honey is a valuable supplement for healthy population (Denisow and Denisow-Pietrzyk, 2016).