Raw honey may be used for healing ulcers and burns. Also for skin rashes, burns and abrasions,as a moisturizer, as a bath and anti-bacterial soap, for hair and scalp treatment, for dental care and mouth sores and much more. Click on the suggested web link and ask your doctor for more specific information.
Honey has high levels of lactose, fructose and glucose, containing about 70 to 80 percent of sugar, which gives it its sweet taste and minerals water make up the rest of its composition. Over four thousand years ago, honey was used as a traditional ayurvedic medicine, where it was thought to be effective at conduct material inequality in the body.
Oh, most definitely! As silly as it may seem initially, honey has numerous health benefits, especially with milk:http://www.organicfacts.net/organic-animal-products/organic-honey/health-benefits-of-honey-and-milk.htmlhttp://www.organicfacts.net/organic-animal-products/organic-honey/health-benefits-of-honey.htmlhttp://www.benefits-of-honey.com/health-benefits-of-honey.html
No, but honey does have many other health benefits.
Honey is considered a health food. It is loaded with beneficial nutrients and enzymes.
no they are not but honey bees are
They used honey as medicine
Absolutely. There are a few people who have honey allergies (mostly related to specific plants), but most people enjoy the taste and health benefits of honey.
It's not any healthier than sugar.
Bodog F. Beck has written: 'Honey and your health' -- subject(s): Honey, Hygiene
Bodog Felix Beck has written: 'Honey and health' -- subject(s): Honey, Hygiene
If you mean raw honey, then no, it is not harmful; in fact many people prefer raw honey. But never give honey (raw or not) to a child under one year of age, or to pets.