Benefits of Honey
Honey has so many unusual uses therefore we’re buzzing to share with you what this liquid gold can do.
You say hay-fever, we say ‘bye’-fever. If you’re a regular allergy sufferer whenever summer comes to play, then this may be a game changer. As bees collect pollen from plant to plant, eating locally produced honey can help. Eating a daily amount of honey can desensitize you to pollen, acting like an allergy shot.
You are the wash that I want, you are the wash I want. Ooh ooh ooooh, Honey! Believe it or not, you can wash your hair with honey. It’s great for conditioning your hair, leaving it feeling silky and soft. People have also washed their face with honey for centuries due to honey’s ability to help soften skin and even reduce acne. Check out Well + Good’s review of swapping facewash for honey.
Buzz-zzZ. One of the benefits of honey is that it can help you to get to sleep. If you have ever woken up in the middle of night this could be a sign of high stress levels. Honey and salt are known to reduce the hormones associated with stress. To help you drift of, it’s suggested to have a spoonful of honey with a sprinkling of salt before bed, or if you get woken up in the middle of the night.
Honey, have you heard about these earplugs? Otifleks Natural Beeswax Earplugs are made from a honeycomb and cotton fibre mixture. The mixture’s anti-bacterial properties prevent the spread of germs from your hands or surrounding environment to your ear. Ideal for use in showers and whilst swimming. Otifleks Natural Beeswax Earplugs can also be used with new born babies because of its all natural formulation. The earplugs combine olive oil, cotton and beeswax and the cotton fibre adds solidity, keeping the natural beeswax from disintegrating, splitting or breaking Buy them here.
Stick yourself back together. Honey can be use on cuts or burns as it has antibacterial properties. Honey can prevent infection and can help with the healing process.