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Proper and natural nutrition and care!

Eating raw honey

Raw honey
  • Contains as many antioxidants as a variety of different fruits and vegetables that help protect our body from cell damage due to free radicals that contribute to the aging process and the development of a wide range of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart diseases while, based on research, the antioxidant compounds found in honey, called polyphenols, play an important role in the prevention of heart diseases.
  • It can kill unwelcomed bacteria and fungi while, due to the natural hydrogen peroxide it contains, it acts as an antiseptic. Its effectiveness as an anti-bacterial or anti-fungal varies, depending on the variety [eg acacia or cottonwood honey (high in cancer-specific hydrogen peroxide]), while it is commonly seen by many as little more than a folk remedy for these types of infections.
  • Heals wounds and is used in medical environments to treat them because it has been found to be an effective killer while helping to regenerate tissue. Also, honey can enhance healing time and reduce infection. It is important that the honey used in hospital settings to be of excellent quality, i.e. inspected and virgin. This is why we should not treat wounds with commercially available honey.
  • Phytonutrients, i.e. compounds found in plants that help protect them from damage, are found in honey. For example, some of them, keep away insects or protect the plant from UV radiation while being responsible for its antioxidant properties, and for its antimicrobial and antifungal power. Meanwhile, raw honey has immune and anti-cancer benefits.
    ‘Processing’ destroys these valuable nutrients.
  • It is used countless times to treat digestive problems such as diarrhea, while it is effective against the Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria, which is the main cause of mouth ulcers. It is also considered as a powerful prebiotic with the power to nourish the good bacteria that live in our gut and are vital not only to digestion but also to overall health.
  • It has effects against a sore throat, while trying a spoonful of honey helps with a cold, since since ancient times it has been a medicine for a sore throat. Add to hot tea with lemon when you are suffering from a virus.! Commercial anti-viral drugs do not exist and do not be fooled! Antibiotics work ONLY against microbes but, unfortunately, their reckless use has now created resistant strains of bacteria that only nature can cure! Additionally, honey works as a cough suppressant with the same effect as dextromethorphan, a component that used in cough medicines. Try a teaspoon or two of honey, straight up.!