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Honey

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Honey is a substance produced by bees from the nectar of plants, it is used as medicine. honey is used for cough, asthma and hay fever etc. it is also used for diarrhea and stomach ulcer caused by infection with helicobacter pylori bacteria.
some people apply honey directly to the skin for wound healing, bums, sunburn,cataracts and diabetic foot ulcers. topical use of honey has a long history .in fact, it is considered one of the oldest known wound dressings.
In food honey is used as a sweetening agent.

History of honey

Honey is used by the ancient Greek physicians for sunburn and infected wounds. Honey’s healing properties are mentioned in the Bible, Quaran and Torah
Over four thousand years ago, honey was used as a traditional ayurvedic medicine, where it was thought to be effective at treating material imbalances in the body.
Even the Prophet Mohammed glorified the healing powers of honey.

The Quran also praises honey’s healing ability
Properties of honey

Honey is made up of glucose, fructose, and minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphate, sodium chlorine, potassium, magnesium.
Below is a typical honey profile,

• Fructose: 38.2%
• Glucose: 31.3%
• Maltose: 7.1%
• Sucrose: 1.3%
• Water: 17.2%
• Higher sugars: 1.5%
• Ash: 0.2%
• Other/undetermined: 3.2%

The slightly acidic pH level of honey (between 3.2 and 4.5) is what helps prevent the growth of bacteria, while its antioxidant constituents cleans up free radicals. The physical properties of honey vary depending on the specific flora that was used to produce it, as well as its water content.

“Make you more energetic and healthy by purifying your blood and body mucus through stool and normalize the blood pressure and your cholesterol level. More effective for hemorrhoids (piles), warms and gastric problems.”

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