WILD FOREST HONEY
Honey is a sweet liquid made by bees using the nectar from flowers.
There are five varieties of honey bee in INDIA and each honey they collect have unique properties.
WILD HONEY which is collected from the wild forest is known to have more medicinal value due to different types of herbs and trees of the wild.
For people with diabetes, using honey in very small amounts should not cause blood glucose to spike dramatically. So, people with diabetes may consume honey instead of sugar in moderation, as part of a healthful diet.It has been used in medicine for over 5,000 years.Honey can replace sugar in meals, providing a healthier option. However, they can also add browning and excess moisture to a dish.
1) Healing wounds and burns
2) Reducing the duration of diarrhea
3) Preventing acid reflux
4) Fighting infections
Honey may even help reverse bacterial resistance to antibiotics, according to research presented in the journal Letters in Applied Microbiology. This type of honey showed action against Ureaplasma urealyticum, a bacteria that is resistant to many different antibiotics.A study published in the journal Pediatrics, which compared honey to placebo in helping children with a cough during the night, found that honey was superior. The researchers concluded:
"Parents rated the honey products higher than the silan date extract for symptomatic relief of their children's nocturnal cough and sleep difficulty due to URI (upper respiratory infection). Honey may be a preferable treatment for cough and sleep difficulty associated with childhood URI."
5) Relieving cold and cough symptoms
6) Replacing added sugar in the diet
Honey in Religions
- In Islam, there is an entire chapter in the Qur'an called al-Nahl (the Honey Bee). According to the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad honey is strongly recommended for healing purposes. Qur'an promotes honey as a nutritious and healthy food.
- In Hinduism, honey is one of the five foods used in Hindu worship. It is used widely as an offering to God. In temples, honey is poured over the deities in a ritual called Madhu abhisheka. The vedas and other ancient literature mention the use of honey as a great medicinal and health food.
- In Jewish tradition, honey is a symbol for the New Year, Rosh Hashana. At the traditional meal for that holiday, apple slices are dipped in honey. Apples represent life, and honey represents sweetness.
- In Buddhism, honey plays an important role in the festival of Madhu Purnima, celebrated in India and Bangladesh.,etc.,