Therapeutic properties of honey

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Where does honey come from?

Foraging bees collect nectars from flowers.

The transformation of nectar into honey is a complex process.

The honey is then stored in honeycombs.

The bees use it as food throughout the year.

The domestication of bees has allowed the use of artificial hives.

Honey has become an indispensable food for humans.

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What are the benefits of honey?

It has many nourishing and healing properties.

Eating honey

The sugar in raw honey is easily absorbed by the body.

From a nutritional point of view, honey is rich in amino acids, antioxidants, enzymes and other beneficial compounds:

  • Manganese.
  • Phosphorus.
  • Potassium.
  • Riboflavin.
  • Calcium.
  • Copper.
  • Vitamin C.
  • Selenium.
  • Zinc.

The carbohydrates in honey are prebiotics, useful for the intestines.

A jar keeps all its properties during the 2 years following the harvest by the beekeeper.

Healing with honey

Honey has always been used by man for therapeutic purposes.

In particular, it helps to :

  • Strengthen the immune system.
  • Reduce inflammation.
  • Soothe coughs and sore throats.
  • Promote healing of wounds.
  • Stimulate the body’s self-healing process.

Medicinal honey is a valuable ally in physical recovery, once emotional wounds have been healed.

Honeys are not suitable for children under 2 years old.


How to choose honey?

Each jar of honey is unique.

The color, texture and taste depend on the flowers from which the nectar was taken.

Not all honeys are equal. They depend on the location of the hive.

The best way to choose honey is to ask our body directly which one it needs.

For this we can use our intuition or a radiesthesia tool.

When to eat honey?

In the same way, to know which honey to eat, when, and in what quantities, we can ask the body.

Our bodies need it at certain times.

What are the best honeys in the world?

From a nutritional and therapeutic point of view, the best honeys in the world are :

  • Manuka honey.
  • Buckwheat honey.
  • Forest honey: mainly honeydew, a sweet substance excreted by aphids and other insects that feed on tree sap.
  • Rosemary honey.
  • Dandelion honey.
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The benefits of honey are numerous.

It is a gift from the bees, which we should thank.

Its properties make it a must to help the physical body to get better.

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