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The benefits of honey are universally accepted. Simple recipes using honey can offer natural relief to respiratory ailments, improve your energy and stamina, help to heal wounds, and reduce stress. In addition, pure honey is used in many beauty treatments as well. Preferred as a sweetener by the "carb" conscious dieter, honey is a natural alternative to using sugar.
Warmed honey has been shown to be a good cough suppressant
Honey is the perfect ingredient for your recipes! It contains vitamins and antioxidants, but is fat free, cholesterol free and sodium free!
Recently, studies indicate that honey has significant natural antioxidant properties.
Antioxidants help protect the skin from the damage of UV rays, and help you keep your skin looking young.
Honey can offer natural relief to respiratory ailments, improve your energy and stamina, help to heal wounds and reduce stress.
Antioxidants are important in staying healthy. The antioxidant called "pinocembrin" can be found only in honey.
Research has shown that unlike most other sweeteners, honey contains small amounts of a wide array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. Honey, a rich source of carbohydrates, provides a quick source of energy.
A great healing aid, honey is known to combat infection.
Honey is very soothing when applied to minor burns. It also helps prevent scarring because it attracts and absorbs moisture.
Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age. Honey is a safe and wholesome food for children and adults. Little ones do not have a fully developed immune system and will not derive the health benefits listed above as adults and older children receive.
When a honey bee takes nectar from a flower, she stores it in a "honey sack." When this honey sack is full, she returns to the hive, deposits the drop of nectar into the honeycomb, and evaporates the water out of the nectar by fanning her wings. Once the honey has aged, wax is used to seal it in the comb, which keeps it clean and safe.
A honeybee makes 154 trips for one teaspoon of honey.
A colony produces 60 to 100 pounds of honey a year.
To gather a pound of honey, a bee flies a distance equal to more than three times around the world. It takes two million flowers to make one pound of honey.
There are three classes of bees: queens, workers, and drones. In a hive, there can be hundreds of drones, thousands of workers, but always just one queen.
There are as many flavors of honey as there are varieties of flowering plants. Location and climate conditions also contribute to producing very different products.