What you May Not Know about Honey

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You can read a lot about the benefits and taste of honey all over. This long-used natural sweetener is exceptionally healthy and consuming it improves the function of numerous organs and systems in the body.

But did you know that honey gives more energy than coffee? Get in the habit of adding a spoonful of honey to your tea, to your morning toast, eating a little before training exercises and you'll notice the difference. You'll be more energetic and motivated.

Eating honey for sore throat is also widely known. It relieves the inflamed and irritated area and reduces coughing.

Honey has a high content of antioxidants, which stimulate the immune system, especially if you add a little lemon as well. So during the winter months, when colds run rampant, consuming honey and products derived from it can be of great benefit to health.

And naturally, there is no way not to mention the ability of this sweet and tasty bee product to reduce weight. This makes it perfect for all kinds of diets.

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If the stress and pressure are becoming too much for you, you can't go wrong eating a spoonful of honey. It calms the nervous system and helps you enjoy a more relaxing evening.

Bee honey also has excellent antibacterial properties. It can be applied to wounds and scrapes. Simply smear it on the affected area, bandage it up if necessary. Honey can also reduce swelling and pain.

An interesting application of honey is in the battle against that annoying hangover. Honey contains natural sugars which aid the liver in processing the alcohol. Mix a little honey with yoghurt in the morning after you get up and soon you will be back in your daily routine - and without that horrible headache.

Another benefit of honey is the fact that it freshens breath. If you don't have a mint or something else to combat bad breath, but you do have honey, be sure to make use of it.

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