Health benefits of honey are my passion, I have had five children and am now a grandmother to three, and they too are my passion.
Honey is an important food source which is proven beyond doubt to assist with a number of health related problems including but not limited to:
Diarrhea, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Many forms of ulcers, Gastrointestinal problems, Staph infections, Asthma and is the ultimate energy boosting food.
Those who include honey in their diet regularly often experience a feeling of extreme well-being. These symptoms are normal and should not be confused with psychic disorders!
Anthrax, Diphtheria, Urinary tract infections, Ear infections, Meningitis, Respitory infections, Sinusitus, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Infected animal bites, Typhoid, Dysentry, Abscesses,, Boils, Carbuncles, Impetigo, Tooth decay, Puerperal fever, Rheumatic fever, Scarlet fever, Sore throats and Cholera!
Pretty immpresive lists there I’m sure you’ll agree. Because it is also the ultimate sports drink it’s a great idea to keep a bottle of honey water with you when you work out or perform extensive exercises. This will help to rehydrate your body and repair any tissue or muscle damage and allow you optimze your performance.
A perfect example of this can be attributed to the state of Kentucky known to be “rich in honey”. It is the birthplace of Cassius Clay also known as Muhammad Ali. A former boxer who beleved he could “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee”.
He, as many of you will remember, was an amazing sportsman in the world of boxing. At the age of 36 some had written him off believing he was now too old to win the world heavyweight championship for a record third time.
He was to fight Leon Spinks and as the fight gained momentum he appeared to gain more and more strength and did indeed win the title for a record time.
It later transpired he drank a tonic invented for him before the fight which amongst other things contained honey, pollen, vitamin E and mixed together with orange juice. British newspapers called it “Ali’s Magic Potion”
He of course was by no means the most famous of “Muhammad’s”, the most famous of all recommended the health benefits of honey in the Koran as “a remedy for all diseases”.
It was after having experienced the dreadful implications that ill health bought about by awful asthma and excema conditions to my youngest daughter some 20 years ago I started to research natural cures.
Little did I realize then that I could cure her naturally without the use of all the steroids the doctors pumped into her and spread all over her skin.
I know these can work and they have in cases of emergency saved the lives of many, however, nature provides us with wonderful natural cures.
The health benefits of honey are quite incredible but it will always be your choice if you choose to follow my examples. I am not a medical professional, I am a mum who understands the benefits of honey but you do need the word of an expert or two also.
Throughout my site you will discover that I have provided links for you to other experts. Please enjoy joining me on a fascinating journey, one that I hope you too will benefit greatly from.
If you have had a healthy experience with honey and you would like to share it with me and my readers we will so enjoy reading them.
Nancy has a wonderful website and just like me has a passion for health and all things natural. We both agree the health benefits of honey is an important food source which is proven beyond doubt to assist with natural healing and a number of health related problems including the dreaded flu. I am delighted to share her site with you.
Each month I provide a Jar of honey for you to win for the best entry. There is an entry form below towards the end of this page for you to buzz these off to me.
What makes me think I’m such an expert in the way honey benefits our health, after all I don’t have a degree in it, not on paper anyway!
Because the health benefits of honey are so numerous I have categorized these for you and the easiest way to discover what else you seek is to use my navigation bar on the left hand side of this page.