To some, ‘honey’ is simply a term of endearment, but no matter what the word honey weights to some, hence, the healing properties of honey in ‘bees’ are not overstated.
Organicfacts listed the health benefits of honey in the treatment of wounds; possesses antimicrobial properties by stimulating wound tissues and moist wound curing that is why athletes used honey after workout to maintain their blood sugar levels, muscle recuperation, and energy expenditure.
The used of honey for many sweet-tooth is much of a healthy sweetener because it contains about 69% of glucose and fructose far better than the normal white sugar.
Some teaspoon of honey when consumed with warm water, like honey and lemon helps in digesting fats. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron.
Honey’s anti-bacterial and centrifugal properties used as a natural antiseptic in traditional medicines as it contains nutraceuticals which are very effective for the removal of free radicals halting the fatal of cancer and heart diseases.
Honey can also mix-up with a liter of water, some tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and chia seeds (see the article entitled; The amazing H2o).
As stated, whether in warm water or lemon juice, plus any other fruit juices, smoothies, and other health drinks, the honey as a substitute sweetener is proven to be a better option.