Raw honey health benefits - It doesn't have to be the creamy kind, as pictured. Find a local beekeeper and buy their unpasteurized honey or jarred honeycomb. The difference between that and store bought "substitute" will amaze you!
I have seen many articles lately about the wonderful things Apple Cider Vinegar can do for you. Raw, organic, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apple juice until the natural sugars turn into vinegar. It is antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, among many other wonderful things. According to Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar website, some of these benefits are: Rich in enzymes & potassium Support a healthy immune systemHelps control weight Promotes dig
DIY Honey Shampoo Method Raw honey (also called "unpasteurized" honey), I recommend this one Filtered water (see Instructions for measurements), I use and recommend this filter A few drops of essential oils, such as carrot seed oil, optional
Daily Ayurvedic Detox Daily detox is also very important. My favorite is a hot lemonade drink every day. Start with one cup hot water, and add 1 tablespoon of raw or unpasteurized honey, and half of a fresh lemon squeezed. You can also add fresh ginger pieces.
Honey Syrup - This syrup has all the goodness of honey and the nutrients of molasses without being so sugary because of the added water: 1/2 cup unpasteurized honey / 1 – 3 tsp. molasses / 1 tsp. vanilla / 1/4 cup hot water / Put all ingredients into a jar. Shake till all are mix thoroughly. Serve with you favorite pancakes or waffles.
There are well over 30 commercial producers of honey that have no traces of pollen and lack beneficial vitamins and enzymes among a host of other natural constituents which are removed due to pasteurization and processing. Most golden honey you see at your local grocery is dead and far from the health promoting powerhouse of its raw unpasteurized counterpart. Processed honey is not honey at all and if you desire any kind of health benefits, you must stick to the real stuff.