I understand honey is a medicine im not arguing that. And different from pure sugar, it has things that may be soothing for wounds and irritations like you said. But the idea of CONSUMING something that is predominantly Sugar to treat a yeast issue just does not make sense to me. The same reason why Nystatin, the prescription antifungal drug may be "cancelling" or "sabotaging" itself because it is usually caked with Sugar as it is a very bitter drug. I guess the qusetion is, is the antifungal activity of "x" supplement greater than the amount of nutrition and growth for the yeast that you are trying to kill and I'd have to say given the high amount of Sugar in honey, the answer is no. I will just say it is very unlikely.