honeycomb and honey cappings for troubled breathing

Had a call over a week ago from someone in Bolton saying that his uncle had suddenly got trouble breathing and was being admitted to hospital and would be put onto oxygen.  He was worried that once on oxygen he may end up on a ventilator – tested negative for covid – so advised to take either honeycomb or honey cappings.  He asked which was stronger so advised that start off with honey cappings and then continue with honeycomb once finished as the cappings are much stronger and honeycomb continues the healing.  He bought the cappings for his uncle and sent to him in hospital, family are allowed to send food and other things for their family member in hospital but not allowed to visit.  His uncle took the cappings 1/2 teaspoon in his mouth at night and kept it in his mouth without chewing just sucking for half an hour then put the wax in the bin and repeated this next morning.  He is now out of hospital after one week and breathing better but will continue the cappings compared to others who went in at same time as him with same problem and still in. That does not mean that it helps every breathing difficulty problem but does help most as it has honey in it which is antibiotic and antibacterial.

Honeycomb and honey cappings are good for those with asthma, pneumonia and other chest (lung) problems and by keeping the wax in your mouth for half an hour by sucking or chewing brings out all the enzymes, vitamins, minerals and healing properties from deep inside the wax. It works similar to homeopathic pills where you need to keep the pill at the tip of your tongue until it melts and the wax is in your mouth for half an hour and often on the tip of your tongue unknowingly.

As soon as you start to get breathing problems immediately start on honeycomb or honey cappings to try to avoid going into hospital especially at this time of uncertainty.  Though remember to contact your doctor to advise of your problem.

Honeycomb and Cappings