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Jun
2009
Some of the properties of honey
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Honey is a complex food rich in vitamins and iron, even if very sweet, not hurt people with diabetes and no will to keep blood sugar stable nivelel.

Consumption of honey in white blood cells help fight infectiunilor viral and bacteria diseases, increased levels of antioxidants in the body. Honey can be used in treatment of burns, as an energy source for athletes, and a good memory. Mixed with cinnamon, is good against urinary infections, two teaspoons of cinnamon and a teaspoon of honey in a glass of water.

Cough can be used one tablespoon of honey with lemon juice. Honey is indicated and against stomach acidity and is a good treatment in case of ulcers.

Tea with three teaspoons of cinnamon and two tablespoons of honey reduces cholesterol by 10% for several hours. A spoonful of honey mixed with ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon reduces coldi and stave nose.

Source: it.healthnews.com

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