Is it more effective for "colds" than for market medicine "honey"?

According to news agency news reports, it is said at university in the United States that when using a cold, cough comes out, it is more effective to use "honey" than marketed medicine.

It may be good news for those who are bothered by dryness and rough and thirsty.

Details are as follows.
Current affairs dot com: Honey is better than medicine, honey is effective = children's cramping - U.S. college

According to this article, according to a survey conducted by a research team at Pennsylvania State University in the United States for more than 100 children aged 2 to 18 who have caught a cold, "honey" is used rather than marketing drugs It seems that it is clear that it is better to have it.

This is because the children who had a cold had taking drugs, drugs of drought, dummy medicine and honey to see the effect, the answer was that the cough was reduced after drinking honey, The antioxidant substances contained in honey may have led to a stop.

However, because there is a possibility of botulism poisoning, it is said that it is better to refrain from letting infants under 1 year of age to drink honey.

in Note, Posted by darkhorse_log