Benefits of HONEY
The benefits of honey have been extolled since ancient times by many religious faiths and recorded in ancient scriptures. They can be categorized as Nutritional or Medicinal Beauty, Energy Booster.

Honey As Energy

Organic, raw honey can provide an energy boost. Its carbohydrates supply energy and strength and it can boost your endurance and reduce muscle fatigue. Honey is also a rich source of carbohydrates, providing 17 grams per tablespoon, which makes it ideal for your working muscles since carbohydrates are the primary fuel the body uses for energy.

Whether you’re looking for an energy boost or just a sweet reward after a long workout, honey is a quick, easy, and delicious all-natural energy source!


Honey as Beauty

Honey Is A Sweet Treat For Skin Manufacturers have used honey in everything from hand lotions and moisturizers to bar soaps and bubble baths.

One reason they use honey is for its wholesome, all-natural image; more and more consumers are demanding cosmetics and personal care products made from natural ingredients. In the case of honey, however, image is just the beginning.


Honey as Nutritional

Did you know that honey has many nutrients in it that your body needs. Yes it’s sugar, but a healthy kind of sugar. Not all sugars are created equal. Table sugar on the other hand has no nutrient value. Table sugar along with high fructose corn syrup and other unhealthy sugars will make you gain weight.

Honey is a good sugar that your body quickly absorbs into your blood stream and converts to energy, mainly because it consists of two sugars called dextrose (glucose or grape sugar) and levulose (fructose or fruit sugar), which do not need processed by digestion.


Honey as medicine

Medicinal benefits are broadly categorised under the following headings


Wound healing was probably the first use of honey for human health The healing effect of honey is called apitherapy. The use of honey as a wound dressing material, an ancient remedy that has been rediscovered, is becoming of increasing interest as more reports of its effectiveness are published. The clinical observations recorded are that infection is rapidly cleared, inflammation, swelling and pain are quickly reduced, odour is reduced, sloughing of necrotic tissue is induced, granulation and epithelialisation are hastened, and healing occurs rapidly with minimal scarring.

Sweetest Dose of Antioxidant

Honey contains low-to-moderate levels of disease-fighting antioxidants; Honey contains natural antioxidant properties that can destroy biologically destructive chemical agents which have been linked to many diseases such as cancer. Not only could honey's antioxidants help to eliminate free radicals in the body, they are also part of the nutrient supply for growth of new tissue.


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