Frequently Asked QuestionsCategory: HoneyThere are undesirable symptoms when using honey
Ganoderma Staff asked 3 months ago

I want to know if there are any unwanted symptoms when using honey?

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Ganoderma Staff answered 3 months ago

Honey has many good uses for health and beauty, but if used improperly will cause some unwanted side effects.
- May cause food poisoning: If you eat unpasteurized honey, there is a high risk that you will be susceptible to food poisoning because it is not processed, may contain pollen or small pieces of bee wings, beeswax, etc. These can disrupt the digestive system in users.
- Infant botulism: Raw honey may contain toxic Clostridium botulinum. Honey feeding to children under 12 months of age can lead to poisoning. Basically a poisoning caused by bee venom, and the baby may experience symptoms such as fever, nausea, vomiting, weakness, irritability, constipation, diarrhea, cramps, anorexia, apnea, paralysis, ...
Allergies: Eating raw honey can also cause a mild to moderate allergy. This condition may be worse in people who are allergic to pollen seeds. Unprocessed nectar may contain pollen, pesticides and many other chemicals. Direct use may lead to the development of allergy symptoms such as swelling, itching, inflammation, rash, rash, puffiness, cough, asthma, wheezing, rhinitis, difficulty breathing, difficulty swallowing ...

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