Honey and its beneficial properties, affecting the human body
In cosmetology, honey is used in allCosmetic products, mask creams, scrubs. These funds are mainly intended for skin rejuvenation, as well as for cleansing and moisturizing. Honey is a part of hair care products.
Honey contains minerals such as potassium and magnesium,Calcium, sulfur, chlorine, sodium, phosphate and iron. Honey consists of 78% of sugar, 20% of water, and 2% of mineral salts, contains fructose and glucose, sucrose and levulose, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, vitamin C. Of course the concentration of nutrients Depends on the quality of the pollen. Honey is very nutritious: 100 g of honey is equivalent to 240 g of fish oil or 4 oranges. 1kg of honey contains 3150 calories, so it is recommended to use honey for athletes, but naturally not in kilograms per day. The shelf life of honey under normal conditions is one year, after which honey simply loses its miraculous properties.
Honey is very widely used in medicine. It has strong antibacterial and antiviral properties. Accelerates the healing of various types of wounds and burns.
Honey is very important as an antiseptic. It improves blood quality. Also, honey keeps calcium in the body, improves digestion, regulating the acidity of gastric juice. It relieves nasal congestion and cough. But when treating a cold, you need to remember that Do not put honey in too hot tea, Because honey can lose its medicinalProperties. And hot tea with honey is not recommended for people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, since this combination leads to severe sweating and increased palpitations.Increased hobby for medical treatment may beIs dangerous. Since honey consists of a mixture of glucose and fructose sugars, with frequent and large amounts of honey consumed, it can cause diabetes or obesity. That's why they say that a spoonful of honey is better than a piece of sugar, but worse than a spoonful of porridge. For the pancreas and for the rate of formation of fatty deposits, there is no difference, digesting chocolate candies in large quantities or by kilograms of honey.
After taking honey, be sure to rinse the mouthcavity. Many experts say that honey affects teeth worse than sugar, as it sticks to the enamel of teeth. And with increased sensitivity of the body, honey can provoke serious allergic reactions. Even from a drop of honey, itching, nausea, dizziness, fever. The most common manifestations of allergy are noted from the skin, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract. But in reality, the increased sensitivity of the body to honey is a rare phenomenon, and meets 3-7% of people.
I want to protect you from poor-quality honey andTo warn that now in the pursuit of profit many beekeepers boil honey so that honey does not crystallize for a long time. After boiling, honey turns into a sweet liquid, leaving only the color and smell.
Crystallization of honey is natural, so do not be scared.
If honey suddenly foams, then this is a sign thatThe bee-keeper in the pursuit of money too early pumped honey from the honeycomb, that is, honey is not mature. In such honey, a high moisture content, and as is known, water should not exceed 20%. Such honey will not be stored for a long time, it will ferment.
But all the same to avoid troubles and to secureYourself from buying "wrong" honey. Every beekeeper is obliged to have a veterinary and sanitary passport and a conclusion of a vetsanexpertiza laboratory when selling his products. You have every right to demand these documents, but if they are not, then say goodbye to the seller.
All that is on earth, what we eat or drink,And even life has both positive and negative sides, there is harm and benefit. I advise you, to find a middle ground, that there should be no harm, but the good was.