Cures from your kitchen using Honey

Honey has a medicinal history since ancient Egypt. You can use honey to treat a variety of health conditions, such as:

1. Achne

Red dots on your face and shoulders may make you feel bad, but honey it is a proven way to make the skin shine. Put a dab of honey on blemishes, and repeat this twice a day. 

The antibacterial compounds in honey help to fight redness inflation and infection and dry up the defect. Also, you can drink a cup of chamomile tea to chill.

Drink 6-8 glasses of water daily. You should not consume empty nutrition sugary beverages with caffeine.

2. Allergies

Try eating a teaspoon of locally honey produced. It will help your immune system to get used with the pollen.

The honey cure may help you relieve your allergy symptoms.

3. Anemia

Anaemia is a lack of blood cells and haemoglobin the protein in red blood cells that move oxygen to cells in your body.

The symptoms can include feeling tired and light headed. Try honey in your diet. In addition consume iron-rich foods such as fish, seafood, and figs.

If you are borderline iron deficient, you need to pump more iron into your body. The daily recommended value for iron is 18 mg.

You can boost your iron intake by increasing iron-rich foods and dark honey containing iron. It can help raise the number of red blood cells in the body.

4. Anxiety

Anxiety can make you feel terrible.

Make a cup of chamomile tea, put one teaspoon of honey, and you can drink it twice a day. The natural super food can help relieve your nerves.

The relief it provides may be due to its many vitamin B contents, the anti-stress vitamin. You can pair it with calming tea or milk (which is rich in tryptophan).

Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that helps to reduce feelings of anxiety and stress.

5. Bone loss (prevent bone disease)

Osteoporosis(the loss of bone density), is often thought of as an older person’s disease, but it can strike at any age.

Bone loss can happen for many reasons.

If you have a small thin frame, a family history of osteoporosis when you have a sedentary lifestyle. When your diet is low in dairy products and other sources of calcium.

Include a teaspoon of honey in a cup of plain yoghurt or a smoothie with low-fat milk each day.

Honey contains calcium and B-vitamins including B6(helps the metabolism of calcium and magnesium).

6. Cavities

Since honey is a sweetener, some believe that it can cause a lot of visits to the dentist.

Tooth decay requires sucrose to form plaque.

We know granulated white sugar is 100% sucrose, but honey contains glucose and fructose. Also, the antibacterial properties of honey help keep tooth decay away.

7. Depression

Try a spoon of honey, or bee pollen, which is rich in B1, B2, B6, B12 and contains 18 amino acids.

Depression can prove to be a complicated ailment.

Daily health habits can offside its effects. That means getting regular exercise(honey can help boost your stamina), eating healthy, and getting adequate sleep.

8. Energy Drain

Honey is an excellent source of natural unrefined sugars and carbohydrates. The body absorbs it quickly. That means you will get a quick energy wave, which has long-lasting effects. Also, try bee pollen every day, which contains all the vitamins and minerals you need.

9. Eye health

Eyesight is a precious thing. Include dark honey in your diet teamed with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables.

10. Immune system boost

The immune system is your body’s defense system. It is made up of billions of white blood cells.

Our immune system destroys potential enemies like viral and bacterial invaders.  If you consume the right superfoods, you will be more healthy and never get sick.

Put a teaspoon of medicinal honey in a cup of immunity-boosting tea for a double effect.

B-lymphocytes and T-lymphocytes are part of the immune system. Their function is to protect you from infection. Honey can multiply them giving you a robust immune system.

11. Digestive problems

Each morning eat a teaspoon of bee pollen, honey or propolis on an empty stomach.

Research in New Zealand found a cause of upset stomach is the bacteria stain Helicobacter Pylori.

A 5% solution of honey slowed the growth of the bacteria. Ingredients used were Manuka honey, bee pollen, and propolis. You should also, drink water, eat fibe-rich foods, learn to deal with stress and exercise.

12. Insomnia

Take 1 or 2 teaspoons of honey or team it with a hot glass of milk with cinnamon.

Tryptophan foods paired with honey will help to calm you. But how it works? It will provide the needed glycogen to the liver. The brain doesn’t have to go in search of extra fuel in the morning when you should be in dreamland.

Also consuming honey before bedtime also reduce the release of adrenaline. Adrenaline raises blood pressure and heart rate, which makes hard to sleep.

13. Pregnancy

Some women have a hard time with health problems during their pregnant months. It is a challenging period. They may have problems like high blood pressure, stress and weight gain during this time.

Honey has a calming effect on the nervous system. It can lower blood pressure and calm daily stressors.

14. Nourish aging skin

Antioxidants found in honey are essential in maintaining healthy skin. During your fifties, your skin is not as firm as it was before.

The reason is the breakdown of collagen, which gives skin its elasticity.

Consume vitamin E foods which include almonds, sunflower seeds, and legumes with honey.

15. Throat Soother

Infections or viruses, such as cold and flu sinus drainage and allergies, may cause a sore throat.

For relief symptoms take a spoon of honey as often as you need, to relieve the irritation. Also, sip a cup of tea with honey. The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties will heal the culprit causing your pain.