Sun, 13 May 2012 6:29p.m.
Honey is found in just about every kitchen pantry, but it's also being used now in hospitals and doctors' surgeries.
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13/05/2012 9:57:00 p.m.
Even ordinary honey works. I had an ulcer on my leg and nothing the doc did made any differance buy using ordinary honey as a creme on it started new skin growing
13/05/2012 9:19:10 p.m.
Wot a crack up, medical companies are worth multibillions of dollars and yet as always the standard tried & true methods of the past are still worth using.
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