Honey for Cough, Fatigue and Stress – Does it Work?
Raw Honey is antiseptic, antibiotic, anti fungal, antibacterial and never spoils! Honey contains calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, niacin, pantothenic acid, phosphorus, potassium, riboflavin, sodium, thiamin, zinc and god knows what other undiscovered vitamins and minerals.
Always store honey at room temperature, never in the refrigerator. If honey turns cloudy or crystallizes (a natural process), simply place the honey jar in warm water and stir until the crystals dissolve. Don’t take honey with a metal spoon – it changes the composition of the honey.
Use plastic or porcelain instead. Don’t boil or mix honey in hot water. Always keep honey in the house, and make that RAW.
Long life, honey
One common fact worldwide is that the most long-lived people are regular users of honey. An interesting fact yet to be explained is that bee keepers suffer less from cancer and arthritis than any other occupational group worldwide.
Other benefits of honey, among many: it cleanses the arteries and bowels of impurities, opens obstructions of the liver, kidney and bladder, breaks up excess moisture in the bowels (such as diarrhea), has anti-cancer properties, acts as a cough suppressant, forces out phlegm, a curative for depraved appetite, detoxicant for drug users, preservative, ointment for hair – cures head louse, softens, conditions and promotes hair growth, strengthens gums, eliminates gum disease, opens the pores of blood vessels, eases menstrual discharge, inhibits growth of bacteria salmonella, eschericia coli, shigella, and vibrio cholerae, and desensitize hay sufferers.
|Cough||Mix 6 oz. liquid honey, 2 oz. Glycerin with juice of 2 lemons.
Bottle and cork firmly. Use as required.
|Fatigue||Dissolve 1 teaspoon honey in warm water or a quarter honey balance of water in a jug and keep in the fridge.
Honey is primarily fructose and glucose and so it is quickly absorbed by the digestive system.
|Food preservative||Cakes with honey replacing sugar stay fresher longer due to natural antibiotics.
Reduce liquids by approx. one-fifth to allow for moisture in honey.
|Hay fever, asthma||Chewing the tops of honey comb stimulates the immune system due to the minute amounts of pollen.
During the hay season chew for 20 minutes a teaspoon of bee capping (tops) 5 – 6 times a day.
Highly effective and useful for asthma sufferers as well.
|Nasal congestion||Place a dessert spoon of honey in a basin of hot water.
Cover your head with a towel over the basin and inhale the fumes.
|Stress||Honey in water is a stabilizer – calms highs and raises lows.
Use approx. 1:4 honey to water.
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