Proven home remedies
Langnese honey is the answer. Take a look at our recipes for relaxation, healing and preventative treatments…
Instead of applying a bandage to cuts and grazes, try applying enzyme-rich honeydew honey and letting it air dry instead. This creates a protective layer that shields the wound.
Do be aware, however, that household remedies such as honey, flour and butter are not recommended to treat burns. It is always advisable to seek medical attention if you have injured yourself.
Grandma’s secret to a good night’s sleep
Hot milk with honey: Heat up a glass of milk and sweeten with 1 tbsp honey. An hour before bedtime, enjoy 1 tbsp pure honey or add it to a mug of lemon balm tea.