'Mad' Honey Can Be a Hazard to the Heart


NEW YORK (Oct. 26) - The cases of 21 patients sent to the emergency room by a dose of "mad" honey highlight the not-so-sweet side of the food, according to Turkish researchers. The honey, produced from the nectar of certain rhododendron species, has long been linked to food poisoning, with most of the documented cases occurring in Turkey. In the country's Black Sea region, mad honey is used as an alternative medicine for gastrointestinal problems and as a sexual stimulant. See link above..


See also this article on heart toxicity... http://journaldatabase.info/articles/mad-honey_intoxication_leading_severe.html