Health Tips: 10 Things You NEED To Know About Honey

NEED To Know About Honey
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More and more research have proved that honey is the only food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life, including enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and water; and it’s the only food that contains “pinocembrin”, anantioxidant associated with improved brain functioning. Read the 10 things you need to know about Honey below;

  • Honey kept in air tight containers never goes bad as it can be kept forever. For example, in fact, honey was found in King Tut’s tomb that was still good to eat.
  • Honey contains enzymes that help your body digest food, which in turn, helps keep our immune systems working properly. It is also good for many other bodily functions, like bowel movements, weight loss, and bone health. Honey is also a healthy alternative to giving yourself that energy boost when you need it.
  • Depending on what flowers a bee gathers, pollen will decide the flavour the honey will have. Honey made from pollen gathered from clover will taste different from honey made with the pollen of wild flowers. It will also affect its colour.
  • A jar of organic honey, can cure pimples. Forget all those high priced acne cleansers and creams at the store. Nothing compares to the natural, curing honey treatment.
  • Rubbing honey on dry skin or into the wrinkles, leave on for 30 minutes and gently wash away with warm water helps keep the skin healthy
  • If you suffer from anxiety, nervousness, or the inability to get a good night’s sleep, try honey as honey has a soothing ability.
  • Equal measurements of honey, vinegar and water mixed together and drank will kill unwanted parasites that may have invaded your body. Parasites are very harmful to your health and body, so if you have even the slightest though you might have parasites, you might try treating yourself with this mixture for a couple days.
  • Honey is a Hebrew word meaning enchant. Initially it was a culinary sweetener, and now is recognized worldwide as a healing ingredient in medicinal treatment.
  • The honey bee’s wings stroke incredibly fast, about 200 beats per second, thus making their famous, distinctive buzz. A honey bee can fly for up to six miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour
  • Honey was so in demand in the eleventh century that it was a stipulation for German peasants to offer their feudal lords payment in honey and beeswax.