She claims the honey contains peroxide that can bleach hair over time. But keep in mind that peroxide is only an effective bleaching agent at the right concentration and at the right p H. To fully bleach hair it takes a solution of peroxide at a concentration of 6%; 3% can be used over time to gradually lighten hair.
Glucose oxidase in honey can react to release peroxide under the right conditions.
From Honduras in 2014 he wrote about San Pedro Sula, the city with the world’s highest homicide rate, and an orphanage with a strong connection to Philadelphia. In the 1990s, as the paper’s New England bureau chief, he covered the murders of abortion clinic workers in Boston, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the crash of TWA Flight 800.
He is a two-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
IF you use the right kind of honey and IF the enzyme is still active and IF you dilute it properly and IF get it to the right p H and IF you get it on your hair before it’s used up by reaction with the rest of the organic stuff in the mixture.