Honey – All the good uses and health benefits you need to know about !

Raw honey, which comes straight from the beehive, contains bee pollen, bee propolis, and plenty of antioxidants. Processed honey may contain less of this and so a lot of people will opt for raw honey for more powerful health benefits, I personally like raw and processed honey and feel benefits of both. Read below to find out some fantastic ways of using honey in your daily life. Honey has been used as medicine for as long as 8,000 years.

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A bit of energy in the morning : Spread some honey on hot toast in the morning or use honey instead of sugar in your tea.

Sore throat or flu : Research has shown that honey can ease a flu and sore throat, you can take a spoonful of honey in the morning and then one again in the evening, or you can add honey to your hot tea!

Honey can kill bad bacteria : Studies have proven that honey can help your body fight infections, it can help kill off bad bacteria in your body. Honey is the world sweetest antibiotic, major ongoing studies have found that compounds in honey have been affective against bacteria that is already antibiotic resistant.

Boosting brain function and memory : an Argentinian study on the chemical composition of honey found that honey helped in building and developing the central nervous system of children and could reduce anxiety, improve memory and learning, and enhance their intellectual performance later in life.

 

 

“Butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good.” Isaiah 7:15

 

 

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