The seasons are changing once more and though the shifting climate probably doesn’t help, weather conditions may not be the only reason for our discomfort.
April has gotten a bad rep for being harsh, wet and cold. Images of flu stricken, bed-ridden coughing epidemics run rampantly free. While most of us groan at the inevitable and prepare to take it on the chin, there may be relief and it’s seriously one of the easiest changes you can make. Natural and simple – just the way we like it.
Honey: The Secret Weapon We’re Missing Out On
Honey has a multitude of benefits. This wonder remedy is not only good for us; it’s also satisfying to the tastebuds which is one of those pleasant rarities we should all bee taking advantage of. Sorry, couldn’t help that one!
You can find loads of information about the numerous benefits of honey, but to put it succinctly, Honey is literally referred to as Natural Medicine and provides imperative therapeutic properties that remain unknown to their full extent even now, as it continues to bring together great interest from the scientific community.
So what are you waiting for? Go get some of that natural yummy goodness and put it on your menu today.
How Can Honey Be Organic?
There is a lot of scepticism around the concept of Organic Honey and for the most part, the questions that arise against the idea seem to be well founded if not adequately educated on how Organic Honey is acquired.
Manufacturers of Organic Honey are regularly required to test their honey to ensure it is free from pesticides, pollutants, and antibiotics. They are required to keep fully detailed records in order to ensure the traceability of honey all the way from its location to your table is known at all times, thus ensuring that Organic Honey is 100% safe for your and your family’s consumption.
Best of all, Organic Honey is not only safe for all of us; it is also healthy for Mother Earth. Organic beekeepers ensure that the lifecycle of bees are normal and free from human tampering. Organic Honey ensures that bees are not exterminated following harvest season, and that the forage areas used by bees are free from human activity including GMOs, chemicals on soil, and pesticides deployed on plants. By buying and consuming Organic Honey, you can rest assured that we are all doing our little bit to protect our precious planet as well as keeping our families healthy and protected.
How Many Types of Honey Are There?
There is a large assortment of honeys around the world now, each one bringing its own set of unique flavours, properties, and nutritional value to our table.
These different flavours of honey not only bring variety to your palate, but also a number of advantages and health benefits that are sure to keep you equipped to deal with any niggling bacteria and keep viruses at bay.
Our company has only just started to experiment with the innumerable possibilities of diversified honeys, releasing Buckwheat Honey, Cinnamon Honey, Triphala Honey, Vanilla Bean Honey, Honey with Turmeric, Citrus Honey, Peppermint Honey, Yellow Box Honey, and many more to our retailers and end customers.
So far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive with consumers loving the wide array of different honey flavours and large selection of health and nutritional benefits these different honeys have thanks to their individual properties and unique mixes.
For far too long, honey has been overlooked as nothing more than something tasty to put on your toast for breakfast. Recently, there has been an upsurge in research on honey as medicine and the infinite benefits of this ancient medical treatment that we could all so easily benefit from.
Thanks to its sweet taste and ease of consumption (requires no precooking or mixing), honey is something we can all easily add into our diet – morning, afternoon, or as a healthy alternative to dessert after a hard day’s work in front of the telly.
Maybe Mary Poppins meant just a spoonful of honey helps the medicine go down! With all the mounting evidence, it’s clear that honey can help keep the doctor away which has got to be a bonus as the seasons change.
Now we can focus on more pressing matters such as which Alps the family’s going to be visiting this year to brush up on our ski techniques.
Do you have any honey success stories to share?