honey miracle

The miracle of honey, the most important nutritional properties in honey, the health benefits of bee honey, and more about bee honey, we talk about them in some detail in the following article.

honey miracle

honey miracle

Our Prophet Muhammad said about honey: He placed healing in a third and mentioned drinking honey, as God told us in his dear book that it is healing for people, as honey works to treat the following diseases:

1. Treats stomach ulcers by making a mixture of two spoons of honey and a cup of warm milk with a spoonful of dried banana peel flour and taking one spoonful of it in the morning and evening for a whole month.

2. Treats chest diseases by mixing a cup of radish juice and a spoonful of honey.

3. Influenza is treated by mixing a small onion with a spoon of honey and placing it in a bowl of hot water and inhaling its steam before sleeping a spoonful of honey after each meal.

4. It treats the pain of the gums and teeth by mixing honey with vinegar and the person rinses with it in the morning and evening.

5. Treats bad breath by boiling honey in water and inhaling it through the mouth.

6. Treats varicose veins and ulcers by massaging varicose veins with honey.

7. Strengthens the heart muscle by hanging honey from time to time with pomegranate peel.

8. Asthma is treated by a mixture of a cup of honey, a spoonful of vinegar, and a spoon of ginger. Asthma will be cured within not many days.

9. It gives the body vitality, strength, and activity, and Ibn Sina says in this regard that if you want to maintain your youth, you should use honey.

10. Honey treats infertility by drinking newly extracted royal jelly honey and then eating a glass of cow's milk within a month, and you will get the result.

11. He works to treat cancer by eating royal jelly directly from the hive, an amount of one hundred milligrams every week, and applying honey to the body, then washing with warm water, then taking beeswax and a mixture of honey with carrots and drinking it for a day.

The most important nutritional properties of honey

If we compare honey with other foods, we can summarize the characteristics of honey as follows:

1. Its acid-base reaction Although honey is rich in organic acids, the most important of which is gluconic acid, its reaction is basic, as honey is fully alkaline because of its elements and mineral salts.

2. It is rich in simple sugars that are of nutritional importance because of their easy absorption and entry into the vital processes directly inside the body without the body, with its various organs, bearing the slightest fatigue or trouble.

3. A complete rich food: because it contains large amounts of mineral salts and traces elements, it also contains organic acids and amino acids, it also contains growth hormones and female and male sex hormones, in addition to what it contains a wide variety of vitamins, and important enzymes that greatly help indigestion 

The rest of the food eaten by humans, besides that honey also contains antibiotics, which is the result of secretory activity of the worker that prevents the growth of bacteria and fungi, and also contains substances that prevent cell division thus honey is used as an anti-cancer substance, and honey also contains protective substances from polio.

Health benefits of bee honey

Bee honey has many properties, it is anti-bacterial and antiseptic, in addition to containing nutrients important for human health, so get to know with us the following health benefits of bee honey:

1. Help treat wounds and burns

Bee honey has been used since ancient times as part of alternative medicine in wound healing and treatment of burns, and in a study published 

in The Cochrane Library, it was found that honey may be really effective in treating burns and wounds, as it works to cleanse them

 and the lead researcher reported in the study, It has been resorting to honey since ancient times because of its low price.

2. Reducing the duration of diarrhea

It has been found that bee honey helps reduce the severity of diarrhea and reduce the period of infection as well, and is very useful during the period of diarrhea
 because it increases the amount of water and potassium intake, which are important for the body of the injured.

3. Reduce the problem of GERD

One of the most important benefits of honey is that it effectively helps reduce the problem of GERD, as it controls the reduction of the leakage of digestive juices from the stomach into the esophagus, and this means that it protects you from gastroesophageal reflux disease and the annoying symptoms associated with it.

4. Treatment of cold and cough symptoms

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using honey as a home remedy to treat coughs and colds, and it was found that honey has an effective role in treating nighttime coughs, thus improving sleep quality during the infection period.

5. Other benefits of bee honey

In addition to all these benefits, eating bee honey provides you with the following health benefits: fighting infections, a good source of energy, reducing high levels of fat in the body, promoting the health of the digestive system, and protecting it from various digestive problems, maintaining oral and dental health, and beneficial for skin and hair, It also fights bad breath and gets rid of hiccups.

More about honey bee

Honey is a sweet, sticky natural food substance produced by bees. Bees produce honey from sugary plant secretions (flower nectar) through organized processes and special enzymatic activity, and it obtains its final shape after the evaporation of water. 

Honey is stored in wax structures called honeycombs. Bees produce a variety of honey that varies in color, taste, and smell (depending on the bee's's food source). 

Because of human demand and consumption around the world, honey is collected in commercial quantities from wild bee colonies, or from domesticated beehives, a practice is known as (beekeeping). 

Many archaeological discoveries and excavations have indicated that man has known and benefited from the nutritional and medicinal properties of honey since about eight thousand years ago.

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