Raw honey health benefits - It doesn't have to be the creamy kind, as pictured. Find a local beekeeper and buy their unpasteurized honey or jarred honeycomb. The difference between that and store bought "substitute" will amaze you! *Save the bees-go organic and don't use toxins in your garden. :)
Try Honey and Cinnamon for Weight Loss! All bee products are fabulous for your looks, your health - and your immune defence. Try rejuventing royal jelly to improve your hormonal balance. Use pollen daily as anti-stress remedie - and to increase your energy, vitality and improve skin and hair! Wow, natures best...
Honey Syrup - This syrup has all the goodness of honey and the nutrients of molasses without being so sugary because of the added water: 1/2 cup unpasteurized honey / 1 – 3 tsp. molasses / 1 tsp. vanilla / 1/4 cup hot water / Put all ingredients into a jar. Shake till all are mix thoroughly. Serve with you favorite pancakes or waffles.
Blueberry dressing from “The Ultimate pH Solution”. In a wide-mouth jar, add 3/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1/2 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen), 1/3 cup of raw apple cider vinegar, a pinch of Celtic sea salt, and 6 drops of stevia or a 1/2 teaspoon of unpasteurized honey. Blend with a hand blender, or cover with the lid and shake the container well. Pour over a plate of greens or grated veggies. Store the remaining dressing in the fridge.
As a natural substance, honey is gentle and non-irritating. Budget-conscious consumers prepare natural facemasks at home that use exfoliation to remove dry, dead flakes of skin. Some of these treatments open pores and supply important nutrients and others increase the moisture level of skin. Facemasks used a gentle cleansing process for dirt, oil, and debris removal