Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Honey Can Cure [ Madu Boleh Menyembuhkan ]

WHY SIDR (the only single most expensive HONEY in the world) IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR YOUR HEALTH
There is an entire Surah in the Qur'an called al-Nahl (the Honey Bee)The Qur'an mentions the benefits of honey.[40]
"And thy Lord taught the bee to build its cells in hills, on trees and in (men's) habitations…there issues
from withiNtheir bodies a drink of varying colors, wherein is healing for mankind. Verily in this is a Sign for those who givethought".[41]
According to HADITH, Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him strongly recommended honey for healing purposes.[42]
Volume 7, Book 71, Number 587: Narrated Jabir bin Abdullah: I heard the Prophet saying, "If there is any healing
in your medicines, then it is in cupping, a gulp of honey or branding with fire (cauterization)that suits the ailment,
but I don't like to be (cauterized) branded with fire."

· "Honey has been used in traditional medicine as a natural anti-microbial dressing for infected wounds for hundreds of years,"noted study co-author Dr. Joseph G. Marsan, from the University of Ottawa.
Researchers, led by Tala Alandejani, MD, at the University of Ottawa, tested Sidr honey. The researchers found that the sidr honey worked better than an antibiotic against MSSA and MRSA, according to past research.
Here's the breakdown of results:

Sidr honey was 63% effective in killing MSSA.
Sidr honey was 73% effective in killing MRSA.
Sidr honey was 91% effective in killing PA.
(The study is being presented at the 2008 American Academy of Otolaryngology --Head and Neck Surgery annual meeting in Chicago.)
A recent study comparing different honeys has shown that the Sidr Honey has 18 times the antioxidants,vitamins, and minerals as any other honey!
Scientists hope the results can help lead to a new treatment for people with chronic sinusitis.
CANADA: A recent study by Canadian doctors showed that Sidr Honey can be better than antibiotics when it comes to killing bacteria that cause sinus infections The study carried out by Dr. Joseph Marsan and his team of University of Ottawa, Canada aimed to analyze the role played by honey on the so-called "bio-films",that are responsible for several chronic infections. Certain bacteria, such as seudomonas aeruginosa and Staph aureus shield themselves from anti-microbial activities by living in biofilms, which cannot be penetrated by even the most powerful anti-microbials.
The sidr honey was found effective in killing the bacteria. Even bacteria growing in a biofilm, a thin, slimy layer formed by bacteria that affords resistance to antibiotics, were susceptible to honey.
SOURCES: Joseph G. Marsan, M.D., University of Ottawa, Canada; Ian Paul, M.D., M.Sc., director, Pediatric Clinical Research, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey; Sept. 23, 2008, presentation, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Annual Meeting, Chicago

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