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  • The Merits of Honey

    http://www.haroonsaadiq.com/quran/honey.htm

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      Originally posted by ABDELWAHAB
      Honey and The Eyes

      Honey has long been considered a most effective remedy for many eye diseases. An ancient Egyptian papyrus gives the recipe for a honey ointment and instructions how to us it. Ibn-e-Sina recommended honey mixed with onion juice, clover, or wheatgrass for the eyes. In the last century honey was held by some writers to be a good remedy for burns, especially those affecting the eyes, and an excellent cure for inflammation of the eye. It has not lost its importance today, even when medicine has been enriched with a host of new preparations (sulphonamides, antibiotics, etc.), and is, in fact, highly effective for certain diseases of the eyes.

      A.Kh.Mikhailov reported having used eucalyptus honey and cornea, sores on the corneal membrane, and other complaints. The honey was made by bees from a mixture of honey with an infusion of eucalyptus leaves (since it is the leaves and not the flowers of this tree that possess curative properties).

      A honey ointment has been widely used in the eye department of the Odessa Regional Hospital to treat various lesions of the corneal membrane. At first honey was merely added to a 3 per cent sulphapyridine ointment (replacing vaseline). This ointment was highly effective on very slow-healing sores and speeded up the rate of cicatrization. A 30 per cent solution of sodium sulphanil acetamide given in drops, or sulphapyridine ointment containing vaseline, brought no relief to patients with inflammation of the cornea, their condition only improving when the honey and sulphapyridine ointments were administered. Quite a few patients with keratitis or sores on the corneal membrane were cured with honey on its own.

      Honey has also been used extensively in the eye clinic of the Omsk Medical Institute (Maximenko) to treat herpetic and uncerous keratitis, and as a means of resorption in cases of opacity of the cornea or vitreous body, immature or initial cataract, and burns affecting the eye.

      Only sterile honey from honeycomb should be used in the eyes, and then only under the supervision of a doctor or ophthalmologist.

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      The honey oinment what contains exactly? Or its just honey put on the lint and after on the eyes?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by amal
        The honey oinment what contains exactly? Or its just honey put on the lint and after on the eyes?
        Only sterile honey from honeycomb should be used in the eyes, and then only under the supervision of a doctor or ophthalmologist.

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        • #5
          :( I will not use it than.
          you are using the honey? Or just informed us?
          Somethnig which you have forgot from above: cakes with honey are better than those with sugar:D

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          • #6
            Personally, I love honey.

            It's interesting to note how it's made.

            Foraging workers collect nectar and store it in their honey crop, which is an expandable area of their oesophagus. This is often reffered to as a second stomach.

            When they return to their hive, they vomit the contents of the crop onto the floor of the hive. It is then either eaten by other workers or scraped into the combs of the hive to ferment into honey.

            Kinda means honey is fermented bee vomit!

            This site has some information for honey and diabetics. http://www.kohala.net/bees/diabetics.html

            Consult your doctor or diabetic nurse before changing your diet however!

            This gives some basic details on the composition of honey http://www.kohala.net/bees/composition.html

            This gives some information on using honey in cooking http://www.kohala.net/bees/formula.html

            This gives some information on the anatomy of a bee http://www.cyberbee.net/biology/ch3/abdomen.html
            Please Re-update your Signature

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            • #7
              Originally posted by surfinjo
              This site has some information for honey and diabetics. http://www.kohala.net/bees/diabetics.html

              Consult your doctor or diabetic nurse before changing your diet however!

              This gives some basic details on the composition of honey http://www.kohala.net/bees/composition.html

              This gives some information on using honey in cooking http://www.kohala.net/bees/formula.html

              This gives some information on the anatomy of a bee http://www.cyberbee.net/biology/ch3/abdomen.html
              Thank you very much for the web links.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by amal
                :( I will not use it than.
                you are using the honey? Or just informed us?
                Somethnig which you have forgot from above: cakes with honey are better than those with sugar:D
                as-Salaamu 3laykum wa-Ra7matullaahi wa-Barakaatuh Sister Amal
                I'm writing a 25-page paper on "honey as a medicine" for a Pharmacology course degree requirement. In'shaa'ALLAAH I hope to finish my paper on "honey as a medicine" soon. While I was working on my paper and searching the Internet for things on Honey, I came across this website and thought it would be beneficial to the Ummah.net community.
                Originally posted by amal
                :Somethnig which you have forgot from above: cakes with honey are better than those with sugar:D
                Thank you very much for your help

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                • #9
                  Tafsir Ibn Kathir
                  In the Bee and its Honey there is Blessing and a Lesson:
                  http://www.tafsir.com/default.asp?sid=16&tid=27865

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                    Welcome:)I give you the idea to finishing the paper:cakes:p

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by amal
                      Welcome:)I give you the idea to finishing the paper:cakes:p
                      Thank you very much but cake can not be used as a medicine.

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                      • #12
                        How come? Its a "medicine" use in heart break downs too or after a hard quarell:p

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by amal
                          How come? Its a "medicine" use in heart break downs too or after a hard quarell:p
                          If cake is a medicine, please get me an article or a paper stating that cake is a medicine in'shaa'ALLAAH.
                          Last edited by ABDELWAHHAB; 17-12-04, 07:14 AM.

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                          • #14
                            try eating honey after a spicy hot meal , its a cool experience .
                            Where there are no Ulemah(Scholars) there are many Muftis.

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                              Good read :masha:

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