Honey has been popular for thousands of years due to its unique nutritional content. It contains glucose and fructose that are ready absorbed by the body, amino acids which include 8 essential ones, over 20 kinds of minerals, over 20 kinds of vitamins and enzymes.
Today, honey plays a vital role in healthy agriculture economy. It can be a good substitute for sugar in our daily consumption of drinks and food. On top of that, it is effective for treating many medical diseases.
Honey contains sugars like glucose and fructose and minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur, iron and phosphate. It provides us vitamins B1, B2, C, B6, B5 and B3. Moreover, honey contains copper, iodine, and zinc in small quantities. Several kinds of hormones are also present in it.
Honey is a natural antiseptic which is effective to wounds healing by killing the bacteria on the wounds. Other than anti-bacterial,honey also draws body fluids and nutrients to the wound area that can accelerate the healing.
Low calorie and source of antioxidants
Honey serves as antioxidants which prevents from cancer and heart disease. It is also easily digested which can be used for chronic intestinal problems like constipation. Honey is rapidly diffused through the blood that makes the brain function better and enhances the blood circulation.
Health Benefits of Honey
Honey has potent antiseptic and antibacterial qualities, producing the following incredible results: - Research shows that honey improves chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, sinus problems, and allergies.
- Honey has been used to combat depression, fatigue, insomnia, nervous disorders, urine retention, cramps, headaches, and high blood pressure.
- Honey beautifies and soothes the skin, clears many skin disorders.
- Honey hastens the healing of wounds.
- Honey facilitates the digestion and assimilation of other foods.
- Honey has laxative, sedative, antitoxic, and antiseptic effects.
- Honey is effective in countering anemia.
Bee Product Warning:
Bee products may cause an allergic reaction in some people and always test prior to usage or consumption, if irritation or swelling occurs, discontinue use immediately and contact your health care professionals.
Comsumption : Daily - 2-3 Times
Suggestion Volume : Day & Night
*Comsumption Recommendation Based On Types of Honey
1. Honey Pollen : 1/2 Tea Spoon
2. Others Honey : 2 Tea Spoon
3. Honey Propolis / Propolis Drop : 3-5 drop
4. Royal Honey: 1/2 Tea Spoon
Honey not to be refrigerated and its normal for honey become darker according to weather condition.