Antinociception is the process which blocks sensory neurons respond to potentially damaging stimuli associated with pain.
And, "Chronic pain prevalence was greater in older adults, and females had a higher prevalence at older ages compared with males. Approximately one-half of those with chronic pain reported suffering for more than 10 years. Approximately one-third of those reporting chronic pain rated the intensity in the very severe range".
The liquid is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.
Researchers on finding a potential natural whole food for pain relief examined the Tualang honey (Fēng Mì) and prednisolone on the nociceptive response in male Sprague-Dawley rats.
Acacia honey showed most effective dose-dependent antinociceptive activity compared to the untreated group in tail-flick and paw-withdrawal tests, respectively.
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(1) The antinociceptive effects of tualang honey in male sprague-dawley rats: a preliminary study by Aziz CB1, Ismail CA1, Hussin CM2, Mohamed M. (PubMed)
(2) Antinociceptive activity of natural honey in thermal-nociception models in mice by Azim MK1, Perveen H, Mesaik MA, Simjee SU. (PubMed)
(3) The prevalence of chronic pain in Canada by Donald Schopflocher, PhD,1,2 Paul Taenzer, PhD,3 and Roman Jovey, MD. (PubMed)