Honey bees forage for late-spring and early-summer nectar and pollen from wildflower beauties such as Indian Blanket (Gaillardia pulchella) to create this honey. This type of honey contains ingredients similar to those found in fruits, which become alkaline in the digestive system. It doesn’t ferment in the stomach and it can be used to counteract acid indigestion. When mixed with ginger and lemon juices, it effectively relieves nausea and supplies energy. Foodists love honey for the nutritional value and its amylase, an enzyme concentrated in flower pollen which helps predigest starchy foods like breads.
Benefits of honey
Removes Acne. Stubborn acne can really benefit from a small daily dab of honey. Place a band-aid over the zit, and remove it a half hour later.
Heal Wounds, Cuts, Scrapes & Burns. Don’t reach for the Neosporin the next time you cut or burn yourself — simply apply honey to the affected area. Honey works as a natural antiseptic.
Soothes Sore Throats and Coughs. Mix honey with the juice of one lemon and drink it up or just drink honey with hot tea.
Have an Amazing Bath. Relax your body and soak your skin in a bath. Add two tablespoons of honey to eight ounces of hot water and allow it to dissolve for ten minutes. Add two or three drops of lavender or tea tree to your bath.
Moisturize Dry Skin. Honey is an excellent moisturizer, especially on dry areas like your elbows, lips, and hands.
Condition Damaged Hair. Honey is a natural conditioner. One can simply add a teaspoon of the ingredients to your regular shampoo to smooth your damaged locks. You can also combine it with olive oil for a deeper conditioning. Let it soak for 20 minutes with your hair wrapped in a towel before shampooing as usual.
Relieve Hangovers. A few tablespoons of honey, which is packed with fructose, will help speed up your body’s metabolism of alcohol.
Ingredients: Honey, True Cinnamon (cinnamomum verum)
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