It is a very popular sweet tasty fluid as well as an important medical tonic for many ages. Over the globe, our ancestors appeared to be very much aware of the numerous medical advantages of nectar. In India, honey is a vital part of Siddha and Ayurveda – the olden, traditional methods of medicine. In Egypt, it was used in dealing with skin and eye diseases, and also used as a natural bandage used on the wounds and burns. Some other beliefs have also used honey for various medical purposes.
Today, Honey is the center of much experimental inspection by the healing group, which has been investigating the many uses of honey our forefathers thought up. Let’s take a look at a few of these.
(A) Honey can be useful for you in anyways:-
1. Good for Lungs
Roughly crush 9 to 11 peppercorns and immerse them in two spoons of honey all night (8 to 10 hours). In the morning eat the peppercorns and make sure to chew them all.
2. Good for Skin
- Sanitizes wounds
- Kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria’s
- Treats dermatitis and Dandruff
- Removes black marks on the face when mixed with lemon juice
3. Good for Stomach
- Rich in Probiotic or “friendly bacteria”
- Combats food-borne pathogens.
4. Good for Heart
- Juice of pomegranate and put spoonful honey in it, and eat it every day in the morning on an empty stomach
- Make small holes in dates by a needle, then immerse them in nector and eat 2-4 dates twice a day.
5. Good for Blood
- Increases red blood cell count
- White blood cell counts increases
- Balances blood pressure
6. Honey is safer than sugar
It is sweet as sugar but also very safe to consume. Honey also comprises some types of sugars but it is but it is not similar white sugar, it holds about 30% glucose and 40% fructose and with 20% other complex sugars. Nector also has dextrin, a starchy fiber. This helps our body control blood sugar levels.