Honey Power

Warnings

  • no one under two
  • sugar content

Local vs imported

Thoughts are it is better to eat local honey, that is the honey that is locally grown and harvested in your community, especially if you are trying to combat allergies. It's because the local bees, carry the local pollen of the local plants that actually affect the allergies that affect people in their local area.

Unprocessed vs processed

Unprocessed or Raw Honey is known as a Superfood

  • stimulates immunity

Processed

  • heated treated, kills what is good for you

How much to eat

  • depends on ailment
  • spoonfuls

When to eat

  • sick / health
  • beauty
  • morning
  • mid afternoon

Why eat it

  • sweet taste,
  • health,
  • quick boost of energy,
  • vitamins & minerals,
  • cleansing, healing,

What is it good for

  • allergies
  • throat
  • skin moisturizer
  • hair
  • internal health, ulcers
  • antibacterial, burns,
  • enzymatic activities
  • topical - wound healing

Honeycomb

the honey comb is interesting construction, typically found in nests, it is the piece built by the honey bees of wax, normally of hexagonal cells that hold their larvae, honey and pollen.

Beehive

When i is naturally built looks like a bonnet, you know a hat one wears as a youngster, anyway it can be natural or man made. But typically it is a structure built by bees to house or be occupied by the colony.

Honey colors

  • Dark, has better health properties
  • Light

Honey Drinks

  • honey with lemon / lime with water, for sore throat
  • honey with milk, for sleep

Floral sources are known to contribute to the vitamins and minerals that may be in the content of the honey.

Tidbit recommendation for joint pain, arthritis, etc

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MarieAlice 4 years ago from Peru

Honey is alway good, as an ingredient on recipies or just by itself...


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Celiegirl 4 years ago Author

MarieAlice i totally agree!

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