Garlic Honey 

Garlic and honey are both highly antiseptic. This combination can be used topically on staph and other infections, or spread on toast to stimulate healing!


  • 6 cloves raw garlic
  • 1/4 cup raw honey
  • Sterilized, dry glass jar and lid


  • Finely grate raw garlic and let sit for 10 minutes to activate medicinal compounds.
  • Add honey to garlic and mix.
  • Can be consumed immediately.
  • Store in a sealed, sterilized, and dry jar.
  • Stir well with dry clean spoon and turn jar to mix daily and before taking.
  • For internal use, spread 1 tablespoon on a piece of bread and eat, twice a day during active infection.

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Please note: I like to keep my Garlic Honey in the refrigerator, since the bacteria that cause botulism can grow in foods that are not canned properly. Do NOT feed honey to babies less than 1 year old. Honey may contain the spores that can produce botulism bacteria in infants under 1 year of age. A child’s serving size is quite different than an adult’s serving size, so please check with Clark’s Rule or Dr. Young’s Dosage table before giving your children garlic honey. Some herbs are not recommended for people with certain illnesses and/or diseases, pregnant women, breastfeeding women and people who take certain medications, so please consult with your holistic health care provider before trying this recipe.

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