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Warm Honey Lemon Water: 6 Reasons To Drink It Every Morning

Updated on January 15, 2015

Warm Honey Lemon Water is not a novelty drink, it has been used for century in Asia and it is considered the best way to start the day by the followers of the Ayurvedic Philosophy. According to the Ayurvedic Philosophy, good health is a balnce between:

  • Body
  • Mind
  • Spirit
  • Social Wellbeing

So the Ayurvedic Philosophy approach to the medicine is to aim to prevent and maintain this balance, and in order to do that, what better drink than Warm Honey Lemon Water? It has so many health benefits and it will raise you energy level for the day! Let's see the benefits in details:


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Warm Honey Lemon Water Recipe

  • 1 Glass of Purified Water (warm or lukewarm)
  • 1/2 Fresh Lemon
  • 1 tsp Manuka Honey

Squeeze 1/2 lemon (always fresh, organic) in 1 glass of purifies lukewarm water and add 1 tsp of manuka honey.

1 - It works as a detox drink

Lemons flush out toxins from your body, detox your liver and helps digestion.

2 - It's a diuretic

Being a diuretic, lemons help release unwanted toxins and waste from your body.

3 - It boosts your immune system

Lemons are packed with Vitamine C and very high in potassium. Vitamine C will boost your immune system, preventing cold and having anti-inflammatory effects. Potassium will help regulate blood pressure, stimulate brain functions.

4 - Prevent Diseases Like Cancer

Lemon is an alkalizing food for the body and it regulates PH levels. Many diseases, like cancer, cannot live in an alkaline body, so the more you raise your PH level the better it is for you as you will prevent many diseases that can only live in an acidic environment.

5 - It helps you lose weight

Lemons will help you fighting hunger cravings! Some studies also confirm that people who maintain an alkaline diet lose weight faster.

6 - It cleans your skin

The antioxidants in lemon help decreasing wrinkles and and combat free radical damage. It can also cure acne for its antibacterial properties.

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Why Manuka Honey?

Adding Manuka Honey to your warm water and lemon will bring this drink to the next level! Manuka honey is well known for its healing properties and it will:

  • bust your immune system even more
  • act as an antibacterial
  • balance cholesterol level
  • prevent gastrointestinal problems
  • treat diabetes
  • prevent cancer
  • act as antinflammatory

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    • allamazingstuff profile imageAUTHOR

      allamazingstuff 

      3 years ago

      I think any honey will do but the manuka honey would be even better

    • Rachel L Alba profile image

      Rachel L Alba 

      3 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      This drink sounds like it's easy to make and drink. Something easy to maintain your health. Does it have to be manuka honey? I do this with tea when I'm not feeling good and it does help. Thanks for sharing.

      Blessings to you.

    • allamazingstuff profile imageAUTHOR

      allamazingstuff 

      3 years ago

      Thank you :)

    • Kiss andTales profile image

      Kiss andTales 

      3 years ago

      Great hub very useful and may improve life to live with out disease.

    • allamazingstuff profile imageAUTHOR

      allamazingstuff 

      3 years ago

      Thank you :D

    • Kristen Howe profile image

      Kristen Howe 

      3 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      I'm not a big fan of lemons, but I do love lemonade. This is a clever idea. Voted up for interesting!

    • Kiss andTales profile image

      Kiss andTales 

      3 years ago

      Wonderful hub! I love lemon it is relaxing when you drink it in tea ! I will also consider your helpful info on how to use it in warm water. And the suggested honey product.

      I appreciate your time you use to share your knowledge ,looking forward to your next Hub! Allamazingstuff!

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