Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by timojin, Sep 19, 2016.
You need to calm down. Take 2 asprin and call me in the morning.
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I have been doing this since I was 5 years old. When she became older, she began to add honey to coffee and tea.
Said the intern.......
Let me add my own pointless personal comments to everyone else's, on the topic of honey.
I like chestnut honey for its distinctive flavour. Particularly good with Greek yoghourt.
As to health effects, the chief one that is properly documented seems to be that in infants <1yr old honey can in rare cases give them botulism, which is often fatal.
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Thanks for the advice. In return, I would advise you to go for a soothing walk in the woods, find a Jack-in-the-Pulpit (wild flower), and chow-down on the raw roots - fantastic result!!
And that would be against the rules. Trying to land someone in the hospital by knowingly recommending a poisonous plant to eat? Nice going ditz...
Reported (I wanted to tell you to f### off, but I controlled myself).
You can dish out but you would not take , very good.
That's kinda low. Surely the concern for hapless readers getting advice on eating poison is more important than some supposed pissing contest, yes?
But WHY does honey cause this , is what you don't explain .
So explain .
Explain why honey can give infants botulism?
The short answer is that botulism spores are found in honey. Normal, healthy immune systems have no probme with it, but an infant's immune system is not mature enough to handle it.
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