Honey – The Complete Nutrition And Precautions Guide

Honey is considered as elixir of life and Ayurveda counsels it for a large variety of ailments. It is used for taste, for nutrition or taken with ginger juice as in grandma’s recipe to cure cough and cold; or even applied to the skin for glow and other beauty purposes. The ancient healing science of Ayurveda acclaims honey to be a boon when taken in limited quantities. This is because whereas honey tastes sweet, but when it goes into the system, its results are of juice of bitter taste.Ayurveda Recommends HoneyHoney finds great importance in Charaka Samhita, the original text of Ayurveda wherein it has been recognized to be having substantial medicinal properties. When honey is taken in its natural and raw form, without cooking, baking or heating the same, it is assumed to be one of most healing substances available in Nature. In Ayurveda, the use of this natural health product is enormous. It finds its acceptance due to its main effect that it enhances the properties of the medicine with which it is given.It also helps in the easy absorption and assimilation of the same. It has been used for ages to cure ailments related to digestion and acidity, for weight reduction and even in reducing cholesterol. Interestingly, the normal belief that honey cannot be taken by patients suffering from diabetes is in fact a myth. Raw honey is believed to be anti-viral, anti-bacterial and also anti-fungal. It embodies in itself the natures balanced formulation of essential proteins, vitamins, sugar, enzymes, salt and antibiotics. It contains vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, sulphur and phosphate.

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