What are the benefits of honey?
Honey get directly from nature. What you think about benefits of honey?
Honey lowers cholesterol
Used for several home remedies alone or combined with other things.
Used for sleeplessness, sore throats, hang overs, cuts and burns.
Honey is energy booster.
Vit. B2, Vit. B3, Pantothenic acid (B5), Vitamin B6, Folate (Vit. B9), Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc,
Raw Honey - An Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral, Anti-Fungal Substance
Honey may promote better blood sugar control.
Honey has been shown to be a more effective cough suppressant
Honey boosts immunity
The natural sugar contained inside honey can help you diminish swollen infections in your throat or other related problems. On top of that is it a delicious natural addition to your breakfeast.
The only way I use honey his in a lemon tea. It helps so much when I am sick.
It is the best sweetener, does not have same side effects as you will get from sugar. On top - it is also an anti-bacterial and anti-viral property.
Eating locally made honey helps your body to better deal with allergens in your area. It's a great natural way to deal with allergies.
It makes us strong and far from sickness like fever and flu because of its vitamin C
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