Zentraveler on health benefits of raw honey!

Raw Honey

Since the beginning of time people have been harvesting pure honey from around the globe. Primitive tribesmen risk their lives to bring this Nectar of the Gods to their villagers. When I was a kid about 10 years old some of the local townsfolk invited me along to get a large beehive in a deadened tree. They used smoke rags on long sticks, then one brave man went up the tree… reaching in the hole and began throwing hunks of honey comb down to the ground. The woods was a buzz of wild bees flying everywhere and a few people got stung.We kids scrambled to get a hunk of the honeycomb and ate it right their in the woods. I thought this was the best thing since sliced bread and it always had a lasting impression on me.

Honey Nectar of the Gods

Volumes have been written about the benefits of natural honey, yet people still reach for the refined sugar bowl, and packets of sugar that automatically come when you order a cup of coffee in the Philippines.

Honey is one of nature’s purest foods for promoting general health. There are so many health benefits to honey… It is Nature’s Super Food.

You might be surprised to learn that it is a natural antimicrobial and antioxidant. Honey has also been used throughout the ages as an all natural beauty product, is used in healing wounds and a great sleep inducer.

Honey is a powerful booster to the immune system. Raw honey contains 27 minerals, 22 amino acids and 5,000 live enzymes. It keeps you healthy by fighting disease and boosting the digestive system. One daily spoonful in your tea or spread on your toast is all that is needed to reap these benefits.

Honey for your Heath

Honey is a great natural sweetener to put on breakfast cereal, honey cured ham, honey grilled chicken, honey based salmon and to mix into a myriad of salads. A lemon honey tea drink is one of the most refreshing drinks you can have …. loaded with good nutrients, tastes good and leaves you feeing satisfied… instead of bounching off a sugar high!

In Santa Fe on Bantayan Island the honey mongers deliver delicious honey right to your door and pour out a liter into your favorite container. The quality of the honey is exceptional, since they use very few fertilizers and virtually no pollution. A pure golden color with a sweet aroma! Honey bees are getting the nectar from the wild flowers and flowering native trees throughout the island.

Opera singers use honey for their voices and it sure helps when you call your significant other HONEY!

Nature's Honey Bee

Disclaimer: This website is simply the writers views and is not an attempt to practice medicine or provide specific medical or health advice and should not be used to make a diagnosis or to replace or overrule a qualified health care provider’s judgment. None of the statements on zentraveler are to be understood as a recommendation on how to treat any disease or health related condition. If you require medical or other assistance Zentraveler strongly encourages users to consult with a qualified health care professional.

QUOTE: “Place a beehive on my grave And let the honey soak through.When I’m dead and gone,That’s what I want from you.The streets of heaven are gold and sunny, But I’ll stick with my plot and a pot of honey. Place a beehive on my grave And let the honey soak through.” -Sue Monk Kidd

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW: To make one pound of honey, the bees in the colony must visit 2 million flowers, fly over 55,000 miles and will be the lifetime work of approximately 300 bees.

Honey is the ONLY food that includes all the substances necessary to sustain life, including water

THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE:Honey Bees! Without honey bees …our food supply would be in serious trouble.

ZENTRAVELER SAYS: Eat more Honey! All the bears in the woods could not be wrong!

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone!

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