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                                         What Can Honey Do To You?
                                                 By Riana Lance

   If you feel exhausted and want something fresh to release all your fatigue, why don't you take a
teaspoonful of honey and add to your tea, then drink it. You are going to feel better then.

It's not difficult to find honey as it is easy to get and available everywhere in the market. In fact, honey
has been a part of the commodity in the ancient century. They used honey for different purposes such
as for health treatment, food and beverage, and other useful matters.

Nobody has doubts the usefulness of this sweet viscous fluid produced by bees. Honey makes a good
alternative to sugar in food and beverages.

Honey is a source of nutrition. It contains many enzymes, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, as well
as fructose, glucose, and water.

In addition, honey also contains antioxidants that can fight free radical from human body. Free radical
are molecules that attack human healthy cells.

Current research on honey has shown its beneficial as an antimicrobial agent that can treat different
kinds of ailments. The most common use of honey as an antimicrobial agent is to treat wounds, burns
and skin ulcers.

Honey can also help seasonal pollen allergies. Consuming a teaspoonful of honey a day for a few
months can boost your immune before the allergy season (mostly during autumn) comes.

Thanks to the bees, people can taste the sweetness of honey and take the benefits out of it to improve
human's health.

Probably bees are the most helpful insect to human as they produce not only honey, but also
something related to honey. Let's see what they are:

Royal Jelly - This is the most nutritious food for the queen bees throughout her life. Luckily, human can
take out and consume some of it. Its tastes a little bit bitter, but has so many benefits. It's rich in
vitamins, minerals, proteins, amino acid and antibiotic. It can enhance immunity; prevent arthritis and

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multiple sclerosis; treat asthma; slow down the signs of aging; stimulate hair growth etc.

Beeswax - It's a product from the abdomen of the worker bees. Worker bees have some glands on the
inner sides of the ventral shield or plate of each segment of the body. The beeswax is useful to make
lipstick, capsule, balm, body lotion, candles or as a wood polish or floor polish.

Bee Pollen -- It's the male seed of a flower blossom that is gathered by the bees. Whoever consumes
bee pollen may have more vitality in life. Most athletes like bee pollen because it sustains and
enhances their quality performances. For ordinary people, bee pollen can stimulate organs and glands,
rejuvenates human body, and brings about a longer life span.

As you can see, all the products "made" by the bees are beneficial for our health. Why don't you try
them for your health sake.

Riana Lance writes about health in some publications. Twice a week she informs her health tips and
knowledge in a newsletter. Subscribe to get your free twice a week newsletters so you can stay healthy
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                                    Can Honey Alleviate Hay fever?
                                              By John Vaux

Sitting at my computer this week I was about to begin writing another article when I was overcome with
a sneezing fit. Maybe like me you suffer with some seasonal allergies and are always on the look out
for natural remedies. One possibility is the use of local honey. It is claimed that eating honey
manufactured by honeybees in your local area that can improve your symptoms.

Honey, of course, is derived from pollen-collecting bees that lick the nectar away from pollen-bearing
plants. So when you think about it giving honey to someone with hay fever may seem like a potentially
foolish move, when one considers the substances origins.

Surprisingly, though, honey does often work to mitigate problems with hay fever.
That is because the final raw honey product is almost devoid of pollen.
Although trace amounts do remain, those amounts are so slight that they usually will not create a
problem for hay fever sufferers. What they will do is allow the ingesting party to build up something of a
"tolerance" for pollen.

In essence, honey is a means of introducing trace amounts of pollen into the system as a means of
desensitization to the allergen. Over time, honey consumption can help to decrease allergy problems.

If one is taking honey as a means of fighting hay fever, many experts recommend using a product that
is harvested locally. This tends to be more effective than using honey from more distant locales. A
related treatment is chewing the wax caps for honeycombs. Although this really is not a "honey
treatment," strictly speaking, it is an interesting means of fighting allergies that has worked successfully
for many people.

As with all these things we would strongly recommend that you only try this after first consulting your
personal doctor.

Do you want to discover more exciting uses of honey?
Discover The Benefits Of Honey right here

Author John Vaux - For more interesting facts about the many uses of honey visit us at .

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