There is a honey from New Zealand called Manuka Honey, which, if active, is apparently helpful for skin problems such as rashes, cuts or ulcers, so maybe helpful for eczema also. The honey is very expensive, and needs to be 'active.' I understand. I believe that it needs to be applied locally - not by drinking the honey. There are a lot of other treatments for eczema now, so seeing a skin specialist would be the best thing. Good luck. Honey is such a pure, beautiful food, drinking it would not hurt you at all.
I really have no idea I would ask a honey salesman in the market
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