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Honey is Magical

Aug 6, 2023 | Daily Trek, Unleash

Honey is Magical - radical trekking - ayelet baron

Honey is magical. It feeds us, heals us, and has a rich history. Here are some sweet notes and why bees are so important to our wellbeing.

Boost Your Brain: Interesting, right? Honey helps your brain. It has a substance that supports memory and immunity.

Align the Spoon: Who knew that using a metal spoon harms the honey. It has live enzymes. Metal kills them. Use a wooden or ceramic spoon to get health benefits.

A Life-Sustaining Food: Even more fascinating, honey can keep you alive! It’s one of the few foods that alone can sustain human life. Bees once saved people from starvation.

Need Energy? Just a Spoonful: A spoonful keeps you alive for 24 hours. That’s the power of nature.

Natural Healing: Bees make propolis. It’s a natural antibiotic. One of the strongest. I have been using it for over two months with incredible results. I am allergic to unnatural ointments and discovered a Manuka honey that is incredibly effective with healing.

Forever Fresh: Think honey goes bad? Think again. It has no expiration date as it’s already digested.

Ancient Preservation: How about this? Emperors were buried in gold coffins, then honey. Honey prevented decay. And the first coins in the world had a painted bee.

Sweet Beginnings: Ever wonder about the term “honeymoon?” It comes from newlyweds consuming honey for fertility.

The Work of a Lifetime: Finally, a bee’s life spans less than 40 days. She visits 1000 flowers. She makes less than a teaspoon. It’s her life’s work.

“If the bee disappeared off the face of the Earth, man would only have four years left to live.” Often attributed to Albert Einstein, though there’s no definitive evidence he said this. Harmony with Nature is calling us to remember everything is connected in an ecosystem.

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