MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml
  • MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml

MELIPONA Stingless Bee Raw Honey 1 fl.oz / 30 ml

$35.99 - $97.17
Melipona Stingless Bee Raw Honey NOT DILUTED.
You will recognize it by its amber color, slightly more acidic taste, and more liquid texture.
Please be aware that when applied to the eyes it burns, lasting duration is short.
Packing: Boston glass dropper 1 fl. oz ea
Ingredients: 100% Melipona Raw Honey.
A great natural trehalulose source.
Origin: Mexico.
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Melipona Stingless Bee Raw Honey Not Diluted  


Melipona Stingless Bee Raw Honey has been used in the treatment of eye diseases as medicine for thousands of years. Nowadays, more attention is paid to it because of numerous and suitable reports about the properties of honey. It has antibacterial and antifungal effects on a wide range of microorganisms. Furthermore, with regard to the decrease in the efficacy of antibiotics due to resistant strains and resistance to antibiotics which is a serious threat to global health, the efficacy of such honey has been proven effective in improving eye diseases. 



For instance, it is used in the treatment of corneal bacterial ulcers, catarrhal keratoconjunctivitis, syphilis keratitis, corneal calcareous burns, keratitis, keratoconjunctivitis, corneal infections, and chemical and thermal eye burns. Due to the side effects of available drugs in keratoconjunctivitis and weak curative effects, this study was designed with the aim of determining the effect of the honey drop on keratoconjunctivitis in order to find a way to reduce the consumption of steroids in these patients.





Using a honey drop (60%) had a great impact on the reduction of eye redness and improvement of limbal papillae compared to the control group. It has been reported that honey can reduce inflammation, edema, and exudate removal. Considering that vernal keratoconjunctivitis is an allergic inflammatory disease of the eye, possibly honey has been effective in improving symptoms by reducing inflammation. Previous investigations have concluded that honey might be a good remedy for ocular wounds and it is used as a panacea for eye diseases.





Honey has an antibacterial effect and can be used to prevent corneal scarring caused by infection. The healing of bacterial corneal wounds has been reported by honey. Honey can also probably be effective in improving scars after infections. The anti-inflammatory effect of honey has caused it to be used in the treatment of blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelid margins) and keratitis (corneal inflammation).


A great natural trehalulose source.        



Stingless bee honey (SBH) is an astounding ‘miracle liquid’ with countless medicinal properties for various diseases such as gastroenteritis, and cataracts, as well as for wound healing.    






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