Some interesting facts about blood count and honey

Sister Evelyn who has cancer has been taking 1 tablespoon three times a day of our raw thyme honey since last summer on an empty stomach as her white blood cells were too high and the doctors were unable to consider giving her an operation or other treatment. Her consultant a few months ago asked her to keep taking the thyme honey (though other raw honeys do the same) as it has brought her white blood cells to normal when other medicines had not worked for her.

After doing some research have found on the honeypedia site that raw honey balances blood counts with no side effects unlike modern medicine. What raw honey does when taken regularly is if the blood count is low increases it and vice versa and keeps it normal as long as it is taken regularly and on an empty stomach at least 1 hour before meals.

Also raw honey balances increases heamoglobin and red blood cells as well as decreasing cholestorol.