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    Is there any benefit in putting honey in the eyes?




    اللهم صل على سيدنا ومولانا محمد عدد قطر الأمطار ، وصل عليه عدد أوراق الأشجار ، وصل عليه عدد دواب القفار ، وصل عليه عدد دواب البحار ، وصل عليه عدد مياه البحار


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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes



    Honey is good for the eyes. There is shifa in honey. I gave it to someone to put in her eyes and their eyes improved.



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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    Where can you get good quality/pure honey from? rather than just the supermarket? or is there no difference?
    I am in the UK (North West)
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    How exactly is honey applied to the eyes?
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by sudoku View Post
    How exactly is honey applied to the eyes?
    You can use the stick which one uses to apply surmah (antimony) or maybe cotton bud.

    I put honey in my eyes and ohh my, did it sting, but they felt surprisingly refreshed after the sting subsided.


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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    your supposed to dilute the honey in some warm water and apply as drops

    apparently it cleans the eyes as it works as an antibiotic so good for eye infections
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    Us khoon mein nahatay hai hum jaan bhooj kar
    khushiyon se rooth jate hai hum jaan bhooj kar
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by Aram View Post
    your supposed to dilute the honey in some warm water and apply as drops

    apparently it cleans the eyes as it works as an antibiotic so good for eye infections
    That makes sense now. I was wondering how sticky it might be to just put honey in the eyes.
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    The honey available in the supermarkets is usually a diluted one. So no need to alter it. It can be applied as it is as long as it is honey and not sugar syrup..
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    Pure honey granulates after time while diluted honey usually doesn't.


    To the OP, you can find more benefits of honey in Ibn Qayyim's book, Medicine of the Prophet
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    Default Re: Honey in the eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by silentflute View Post
    Where can you get good quality/pure honey from? rather than just the supermarket? or is there no difference?
    I am in the UK (North West)
    There is a huge difference. Pasturisation kills off a lot fo beenficial enzymes and bacteria so the best honey can only be honey in its natural unprocessed state. I put a link in th eother honey thread as well but I will put it here as well:

    http://www.beemercy.com

    Try this honey you will see the difference between this and shop bought honey. They have a range of health honeys all raw and unpasturised. It also works out a lot cheaper than store bought honey.
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