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Health Benefits of Honey
« on: September 27, 2012, 01:13:17 PM »

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and your Lord inspired to the bee, take for yourself among the mountains, houses, and among the trees and [in] that which they construct. * Then eat from all the fruits and follow the ways of your Lord laid down [for you].” There emerges from their bellies a drink, varying in colors, in which there is healing for people. Indeed in that is a sign for a people who give thought.” [Holy Quran16:68-69

Why is honey so sweet?

Honey's sweetness comes from fructose and glucose and has about the same relative sweetness as granulated sugar, but its distinctive flavor is preferred by many over sugar. Most microorganisms have a hard time growing in honey due to its low water activity. It is often used as a healing remedy and has numerous health benefits that scientific research continues to uncover. Here are some of the many health benefits of honey.

At its most basic, organic, raw honey is a healthy source of energy due to the carbohydrates it contains. The crabs in honey supply energy, strength, and endurance, and cut down on muscle fatigue.

Honey is a safe and natural remedy for the morning sickness that often accompanies early pregnancy, and is thought by many to be more effective than the usual soda cracker remedy.
The benefits of honey as a great soother for sore throats, laryngitis, and pharyngitis have long been known.
When paired with cinnamon, honey can help in relieving indigestion, arthritis, bladder infections, and even bad breath. Some people claim that honey can slow hair loss.

Honey added to warm, raw goat's milk is believed to increase the human Male's sperm count considerably, and has been used as a natural impotence remedy, as well as in treatment of infertility in women.
When topically applied, honey used as a salve can safely and effectively treat diabetic ulcers, canker sores, bleeding gums, and eczema, and can be used when topical antibiotics are not .
Honey mixed with apple cider vinegar has long been used to sooth stomach aches, to ease constipation, and to treat migraine headaches.
Combined with lemon, honey is able to make the body's available fat stores more usable for regular bodily functions. Other benefits of honey are that it is cholesterol free, and some believe that it keeps cholesterol levels under control.

Honey is an amazing natural substance, and there is no wonder it has been so widely used for so many thousands of years. It is receiving plenty of attention due to its natural healing abilities. Buying locally grown, organic honey not only supplies you with the goodness of honey, but supports your local beekeepers and local agriculture and economy. The benefits of honey are not just for health, but local economies as well!

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