Honey is rich in antioxidants, antibacterial agents, and anti-inflammatory compounds. It can be used as a wound dressing to help facilitate faster healing. Honey’s antibacterial action is a result of its high acidity, osmotic effect, antioxidant content, and hydrogen peroxide content, as well as its high acidity, osmotic effect, antioxidant content, and hydrogen peroxide content. Honey improves wound healing in emergency conditions, relieves pain in burn patients, and reduces the inflammatory response in these patients. However, it has been shown to be unsuccessful in the treatment of recurrent leg ulcers. Overall, research has been conducted in favour of honey’s use in medicine.