Could honey help treat cancer?

Thirty years of research has gone into developing LifeMel Honey, which is produced in Israel by bees fed on a special nectar derived from 40 therapeutic herbs, including Siberian ginseng, Echinacea, uncaria tomentosa, and natural sources of iron, protein and vitamins.

Dr Chris reveals he's been encouraging the use of this honey among patients who are having chemotherapy to treat cancer. Usually patients will notice a drop in their white blood cell count while undergoing chemotherapy, but in each of his own cases, Dr Chris has noticed that the decrease in white blood cells slows down when patients are taking the honey.

As yet there have been no large-scale clinical trials to look into the honey's effect on cancer patients.