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What are the benefits of honey?

What are the benefits of honey?

What are the benefits of honey?

 Honey is a miraculous food. It is such an invaluable treasure of nature that it is mentioned in the Holy Qur'an and its usefulness has been acknowledged by physicians and scholars all over the world.  Honey also can strengthen the immune system. It is the best food with magical effects.

Benefits of Honey


  •  An important benefit of honey is its protection from the effects of the weather.

 It is good to use in all seasons but its benefits are especially beneficial in hot summers and severe winters. It is the best antidote for sore throat, runny nose, fever, and allergies. In  case of allergies, It is advisable to determine the amount of honey after consulting the doctor

 


  •  This is the best anti-inflammatory     diet

 First of all, it is clear that honey is the best choice for diabetics over white sugar, but it will be useful to use it after consulting a doctor.


 Secondly, it is the best antioxidant food. If one's blood pressure is low, then he should use honey. A small amount should be used for breakfast.


  •  For cholesterol balance

 Honey is good food for reducing bad cholesterol and balancing good cholesterol. It is also useful in heart diseases.

 It opens blocked arteries and improves the flow of frozen blood. Although it contains a lot of calories, it does not cause obesity. Doctors treat heart patients by mixing it with ginger and garlic.


  •  It is also antibacterial and anti-fungal

 Honey is useful in winter ailments such as skin rashes, dryness, skin diseases, and malaria, as well as colds.


  •  It corrects the digestive system

 It removes nausea and weakness. It is important to adopt a healthy diet to prevent dry throat and lung infections and honey is the best dietary treatment in this regard.  There is an ancient tradition, but modern medical science research does not consider it suitable for newborns because it is very heavy food for the stomach of young children.

 It is useful to feed children after the completion of the first year of life.


  •  Honey contains Amino Acids

 The presence of these acids in honey combines with minerals and vitamins. Interestingly, they also contribute to weight gain and weight loss. Food to relieve nausea or cough.  To prevent colds and flu, mix a teaspoon of honey in lukewarm water, and drink it. If you are in a nausea condition, you can soften it by adding a few drops of lemon. 

 It does not harm the empty stomach.


  •  White skin and hair protector

 If the immune system is not weakened, people will not easily fall prey to infectious diseases. Therefore, the importance of caution in the selection of food ingredients and foods cannot be denied. We also use honey to retain skin moisture.  It contains a large number of minerals such as iron, calcium, and magnesium.

 Honey has the status of being free from obesity, cholesterol-free, and sodium-free and these are its best properties.


  •  Helps to improve sleep

 If you suffer from insomnia and stare at the ceiling all night after a busy day, the simplest dietary tip and remedy is to fill a tablespoon with a glass of raw milk and drink it.  


  •  Mood pleasant

 It will also make your mood pleasant. Because it contains serotonin, the most effective chemical compound that calms the nerves. If you drink a teaspoon of honey instead of sugar in tea  There will be happiness. The mood will also be pleasant and mental fatigue will also go away.


  •  Its external use in winter

 If you wish, you can add a little honey to the roots before washing your hair.

 This will eliminate dryness. The hair will be soft and smooth. If your ankles, knees, and elbows are affected by dryness, then scrubbing with honey will also clear the skin. It will shine and dryness will be eliminated.  If there is itching, there will be a relief. Learn about the nutrients found in the following chart honey.

 Nutrients of Honey

 Fructose 35.41%

 Glucose 32.39%

 Sucrose 1.5%

 Vitamin B in vitamins

 Minerals: Potassium, Iron, and Calcium

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