Honey.

Honey produced by bees. High density and golden colored liquid. A mixture of different flower juices. Sweet to eat. Honey is produced from bees.

How to make bee honey.

Bees make Honey by mixing extracts of many flowers. Bees collect flower sap from different flower hives. The collected flower sap accumulates in their hive. This stored juice converts into Honey.

Honey contains:

  1. Fructose,
  2. Glucose,
  3. Water,
  4. Oil,
  5. Some enzymes.

 

Proper rules for storing honey.

In the Honey bacteria cannot grow. Honey can be stored for a long time. The correct rules for preserving honey are highlighted.

Keep the mouth of the pot closed.

Honey can absorb moisture. This can lead to loss of Honey or change in its quality, taste, smell and color. Keep the mouth of the pot closed.

 

 

Honey should be stored at general temperature.

Honey cannot be kept in the refrigerator. At low temperatures, sweet amino acids and vitamins are lost.
Extra temperature cannot be kept. At temperatures above 45 C, the sweet taste, aroma, color or properties of Honey do not change. Use dry airtight glass containers to store Honey. Non-food grade plastic, metal containers cannot be used. Do not place the pots near the stove or oven. When Honey becomes old, it often hardens and freezes.

 

 

History of Honey Discovery:

People started collecting honey 10,000 years ago. The Egyptians first started producing honey. It is currently running.

Ingredients are in the honey.

Honey contains about 45 nutrients: –

  • 25 to 36 percent glucose,
  • 34 to 43 percent fructose,
  • 0.5 to 3.0 percent sucrose,
  • 5 to 12 percent montage,
  • 22 percent amino acids,
  • 26 percent mineral salt,
  • 11 percent enzymes,
  • 100 grams of honey contains 28 calories.
Special Note:

Honey does not contain fat and protein.

 

 

 

Benefits of the honey.

Strengthening:

Honey is an energy-giving food. Produces heat and energy in the body.

Assistance in digestion:

Contains sugars, helps digestion. Contains dextrin.

Relieves constipation:

Honey contains vitamin B-complex. Relieves diarrhea and constipation.

Special Note:

Drinking 1 teaspoon of honey in the morning removes constipation and acidity.

In anemia:

Honey contains copper, iron and manganese. Which helps in the formation of hemoglobin in the blood.

Cure for lung diseases and shortness of breath:

The ingredients present in honey help in curing lung diseases.

Insomnia:

Insomnia is relieved by mixing two teaspoons of Honey with a glass of water before going to bed. It prevents tooth decay. Honey dilates blood vessels. Protects gum health. Eliminates mouth sores. Inflammation of the gums is relieved by gargling with water mixed with Honey.

Stomach health:

Honey reduces hydrochloric acid secretion. So nausea, vomiting, heartburn are eliminated.

Dehydration:

Mixing 50 ml of Honey in one liter of water prevents dehydration in the body.

To improve eyesight:

Mixing Honey with carrot juice increases eyesight.

In morphology:

Honey is used to enhance the smoothness of facial skin.

To lose weight:

Cleanses the stomach, reduces body fat, it reduces weight.

In the formation of bones and teeth:

Calcium strengthens teeth, bones, hair follicles, enhances nail shine, prevents brittleness.

To prevent asthma:

Half a gram of powdered black pepper, an equal amount of Honey, ginger taken three times a day helps prevent asthma.

Reduces high blood pressure:

Regular consumption of one teaspoon of garlic juice with two teaspoons of Honey lowers high blood pressure.

Blood cleanser:

Two teaspoons of Honey with one glass of hot water, one teaspoon of lemon juice cleans the blood.

Assistance in blood production:

Honey contains iron. Iron makes blood components (RBCs, WBCs, platelets) more efficient and strong.

In heart disease:

Playing a mixture of two teaspoons of Honey with fennel powder will cure heart disease. Helps to strengthen the heart muscle.

Increases immunity:

Honey enhances the body’s resistance to disease. Helps to protect the body from bacterial attack.

Honey is used in some foods:
  • Cooking,
  • Baking,
  • Dessert,
  • Of bread,
  • Tea,
  • Sweets etc.

 

 

Disadvantages of honey.

It can raise blood sugar levels. Which is risky for diabetics. Excessive playing causes diarrhea. It also contains more sugar which increases tooth decay.

Special Note: Honey cannot be added to hot water. Do not eat more than 50 ml per day.

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12 March,2022.