This morning was beautiful and with sunshine. I saw clouds on the horizon so I knew that afternoon would be rainy.
But, soaking up what I had of the Sun and drinking tea was quite relaxing.
I was sweetening my tea with honey, and while I was gazing at the tea spoon filled with it, a question came to my mind – how my virus reacts to this sweet flower nectar?
As soon as I come home I surfed through various web sites, from medical to clinical researches and I could not find a single thing. Honey and hepatitis – ebony and ivory
, or a mortal enemy? Or completely neutral?
Funny, but seems they did all kind of research about influence to hepatitis, from food, drinks, drugs, herbs, etc., but none of the research was about honey and hepatitis. OK, we know that honey is good for liver, in fact, rice cakes or snacker jacks can become quite tasty if you dip those in honey. A rare combination of healthy and fine tasting.
But the tricky virus and honey
? Quite an enigma.
If anybody knows, please post it.
Meanwhile, I have sent an email to one of our leading hepatologist, maybe he will know.