Honey is a sweet, viscous food
substance made by honey bees and some related i
nsects. Bees produce honey from
the sugary secretions of plants or from secretions of other insects, by
regurgitation, enzymatic activity, and water evaporation. Bees store honey in
wax structures called honeycombs.
Honey does not pose a risk either to
the pregnant woman or to her unborn baby, so if you enjoy the taste of honey in
your tea, to sweeten up baking dishes, or even as an all-natural way to soothe
a sore throat, you can safely indulge in honey during pregnancy.
Strengthens the immune system
It also has a positive effect on
A cup of milk with honey before bed
would be a sleep aid.
Soothes cough and flu
Honey has anti-viral properties and
Soothes red throat
Add honey to a ginger or lemon tea.
Regular consumption of honey reduces
the risk of developing the bacterium “Helicobacter pylori”, which is
responsible for the ulcer.
Favors scalp health
It removes dandruff. Dilute a little
honey in warm water and apply it on the scalp instead of balm.
This is caused by the increase of the
immune system to pollen since honey also contains it.