How to determine whether your Honey is fake or not?
A simple and rapid method of detection of forged honey. Read about the
by Prof Dr Patricia Vit Olivier, Venezuela.
How good is Honey to you?
Honey is rich in various antioxidants, which is good.
Pure Honey contains anticancer properties
Honey is composed of various sugars, flavonoids, phenolic acids, enzymes, amino acids, proteins and
miscellaneous compounds. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-mutagenic,
antioxidant ad antitumor effects. The phenolic contents of honey have been reported to have
anti-leukemic activity against different types of leukemic cell lines. Read about the article
published online 2 Dec, 2013 at
Honey as a traditional medicine for treating various illnesses
Various studies attribute the antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory,
anti-proliferative, and anticancer potentiating properties to Honey. Read more.
More details on the nutritional differences between honey and sugar at
please refer to the role of honey in the daily diet at
Honey and Diabetics
Clinical studies have shown that pure honey is a healthier choice for diabetics than
sugar and other sweeteners. Read more.
Honey and Weight Loss
Honey contains nutrients such as protein, water, energy, fiber, sugars and various vitamins
& minerals. It contains minerals such as iron, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and
calcium. Honey is a good source of vitamins that include folate, niacin, riboflavin,
vitamin C and vitamin B-6. Read more.
Honey prevents Heart Diseases
Honey is rich in phenolic compounds, which act as natural antioxidants and are becoming increasingly
popular because of their potential role in contributing to human health. A wide range of phenolic
constituents is present in honey like quercetin, caffeic acid phenethyl ester (CAPE), acacetin,
kaempferol, galangin which have promising effect in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Many
epidemiological studies have shown that regular intake of phenolic compounds is associated with
reduced risk of heart diseases. Read about the
Honey and Dental Diseases
Honey has an effective antibacterial potential to combat oral pathogens and holds promise for the
treatment of periodontal diseases, mouth ulcers, and other diseases of the oral cavity. Read more at
The role of honey in SLE and AIDS
The clinical benefits of honey on SLE and AIDS are probably due to anti-inflammatory effects of
honey. Read more at
Apitherapy refers to the therapeutic use of the honeybeesˇ¦ hive products: honey, pollen,
propolis, royal jelly and bee venom. Read more at
http://www. themelissagarden.com/documents/MedicineFrom TheHive_Lilipoh.pdf.
Dr Stefan Stangaciu is one of the foremost protagonists of apitherapy and he states that he has
had more than 7000 treatment successes with bee products. Read more at
Bee Pollen Benefits
The amazing nutritional profile of bee pollen lends itself to literally countless ailments and
deficiencies. The benefits of bee pollen are truly staggering. Read more at