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Honey has been used for several years in several different remedies, that’s no secret. But exactly how good is honey and what can it do for your body?
Honey has an unusual chemical composition, one which makes it keep indefinitely without spoiling. Pretty magical right? I mean what else can keep forever and not spoil besides water?
Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it draws moisture from the air into the skin and ensures it’s retained it in the layers where it’s needed most for penetrating, long-lasting hydration. Try it: Spread one teaspoon raw honey on clean, dry skin, and let sit for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
The enzymes in raw honey clarify skin and keep pores clear and clean. Plus, the antibacterial properties of honey and jojoba or coconut oil also prevent bacterial buildup that can lead to skin imbalances and breakouts.
Try it: Stir one tablespoon raw honey with two tablespoons jojoba oil or coconut oil until the mixture is spreadable consistency. Apply to clean, dry skin, and massage gently in a circular motion, avoiding your eye area. Rinse with warm water.
-Honey is rich in heart health-protecting antioxidants. In test-tube studies, honey slowed the oxidation of bad LDL cholesterol in human blood. Oxidized LDL’s are your heart health’s worst enemy; they’re the foundation of dangerous plaque deposits in blood vessel walls that can lead to heart attack and stroke. “Honey–the darker the better–dramatically slowed the rate of formation of conjugated dienes, products of oxidation related to LDL in blood.
-Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial and anti-fungal properties that has been used since the early days of Egyptian tombs.
-Honey’s scientific super powers contribute to its amazing health benefits for the whole body. The healthy natural sweetener offers many nutritional benefits depending on its variety. Raw honey is the unpasteurized version of commonly used honey and only differs in its filtration- which helps extend its shelf life. A tablespoon of raw honey contains 64 calories, which are fat-free, cholesterol-free, and sodium-free. Its composition is roughly 80 percent carbohydrates, 18 percent water, and two percent vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
-Honey’s anti-inflammatory effects and ability to soothe coughs has led to the belief it can also reduce seasonal allergy symptoms. A common theory is that honey acts like a natural vaccine.
-Honey is an excellent source of all-natural energy at just 17 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. This natural unprocessed sugar — fructose and glucose — directly enter the bloodstream and can deliver a quick boost of energy. The rise in blood sugar acts as a short-term energy source for your workout, especially in longer endurance exercises.
The sweet nectar is loaded in antioxidants that may help prevent cellular damage and loss within the brain. Honey’s ability to help the body absorb calcium is remarkable! And it helps aid brain health. The brain needs calcium in order to process thought and make decisions.
-When it comes tot he pesky cold-Honey can be the all-natural cure. A persistent cough that won’t go away can easily be remedied with two teaspoons of honey! We have all heard of giving our kids honey at nighttime to help with a cough due to the pesky old cold right? Well it’s a proven fact that children coughed less frequently when they were given two teaspoons of honey 30 minutes before bed.
Honey’s thick consistency helps coat the throat while the sweet taste is believed to trigger nerve endings that protect the throat from incessant coughing. Honey is believed to be as effective as the common cough suppressant ingredient dextromethorphan. It can also be used in treating upper respiratory tract infections.
-Honey can bring temporary relief to the scalp by targeting dandruff. By applying honey diluted with 10 percent warm water to problem areas and leaving it on for three hours before rinsing led to itch relief and no scaling within a week! Skin lesions healed within two weeks and honey has also been known to show improvement in hair loss and scalp rejuvenation.
-Honey is a natural antibiotic that can act both internally and externally. It can be used as a conventional treatment for wounds and burns by disinfecting wounds and sores from major species of bacteria such as methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Honey has been utilized for its medicinal properties for over 2,000 years and continues its legacy as a multipurpose health aid.
So what are you waiting for? If you don’t already have Honey in your kitchen, it’s time to go buy some!
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