Frequently Asked QuestionsCategory: HoneyHoney is for allergies
Ganoderma Staff asked 2 months ago

Dude, can I ask if I have atopic dermatitis or an itchy rash that I don't know if I can use honey?

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Ganoderma Staff answered 2 months ago

Hello!
Atopic dermatitis is a chronic allergic condition, characterized by intermittent itching and intermittent urticaria. This pathology has a special relationship with immune cells inside the body. When the body is exposed to allergens, immune cells respond by releasing intermediate components into skin cells that produce an itchy and urticarial reaction.
Honey has moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties, while inhibiting staph that damage the skin, helping to significantly improve itching and inflammation. Besides, honey also contains many nutritious ingredients for skin such as vitamin E, amino acids and antioxidants.
Regular use of honey also helps increase the skin's ability to protect and repair damaged cells.

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