Antidotal or protective effects of honey and one of its major polyphenols, chrysin, against natural and chemical toxicities

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Saeed Samarghandian
Tahereh Farkhondeh
Mohsen Azimi-Nezhad
Ali Mohammad Pourbagher Shahri

Keywords

Honey, Chrysin, natural toxic agent, chemical toxic agent, protective effect

Abstract

Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.


Honey and its polyphenolic compounds are of the main natural antioxidants that have been used in traditional medicine from ancient time. The present review aims to identify the protective effects of honey and chrysin (polyphenol available in honey) against chemical and natural toxic agents. This study found that honey had protective activities against toxic agents-induced organ damages by modulating oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis pathways. However, clinical trial studies are needed to confirm the efficacy of honey and chrysin as antidote agents in human intoxication.v

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