THE MIRACLES OF RAW HONEY
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If you feel like you can't see the miracles anymore, reacquaint yourself with honey. Raw honey in its raw, living form is the great miracle of God and Mother Earth. It has saved human lives in times of severe famine, and in the future it will once again be a food vital to our survival. However, you don't have to be in dire straits to benefit from it. Consider for a moment what honey actually is. He is nectar. Liquid gold that can transform your life.
For those who fear that honey is just pure sugar and should therefore be avoided, put your worry aside. If you turn your back on honey, you'll be missing out on its amazing health benefits. The sugar in honey has nothing to do with refined sugar - don't confuse it with table sugar or high fructose corn syrup. On the contrary, because bees collect pollen from a variety of plant species, the fructose and glucose in honey are infused with over 200,000 undiscovered phytochemical compounds and substances, including anti-pathogens, radiation-protective phytochemicals, and anti-cancer phytochemicals. When they get into cancerous tumors and cysts, this latter type of phytochemical halts the cancer process – meaning raw honey can stop cancer in its tracks.
The highly digestible sugars and B12 coenzymes in honey make it one of the most powerful brain foods of our time. In addition, raw copper repairs DNA and is extremely rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, zinc, selenium, phosphorus, chromium, molybdenum and manganese. Our immune system is constantly adapting to the microorganisms we encounter - that's why raw honey, one of the most adaptogenic foods on the planet, produced by bees, one of the most adaptogenic creatures on the planet, is so important for maintaining immunity. Honey in its raw form is a secret weapon against infectious diseases.
When you have problems with weakened immunity and feel especially susceptible to colds, colds, stomach infections like norovirus, raw honey helps the body build a strong front line of defense by boosting neutrophils and macrophages to fight pathogens. (Medicine has yet to discover that these and other white blood cells feed on immune-stimulating phytochemicals.) These properties also make raw honey anti-inflammatory—because it prevents pathogens from multiplying and they can't release toxins that increase inflammation. Honey is a universal medicine for all.
If you suffer from any of the following conditions, consume raw honey:
sinus infections, ear infections, diabetes, hypoglycemia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), allergies, infertility, eye infections, methacillin-resistant staph, staph infections, mysterious infertility, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) , difficulty conceiving, insomnia, adrenal fatigue , colds, flu, norovirus, all cancers, bipolar disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Alzheimer's disease, dementia, all autoimmune diseases and disorders, parasites, food poisoning, respiratory infections, bronchitis, laryngitis, candidiasis .
If you have any of the following symptoms, consume raw honey:
inflammation, canker sores, sleep disorders, bacterial gut infections, any neurological symptoms (including tingling, numbness, cramps, tremors, nerve pain and chest tightness), body odor, dry skin, cysts, dry eyes, dizziness, pain in the ears, ear pain, blurred vision, fever, headache, hot flashes, joint pain, lack of energy, loss of libido, fatigue, memory problems, memory loss, sinus problems, shortness of breath, stomach pain.
The sticky nature of honey isn't just a physical trait, it manifests itself on an emotional level as well. If honey is in your life, when you experience something good - something that uplifts you and feeds your soul - that memory sticks to you and you don't lose it amid the negative experiences that threaten to distract you.
If you could trace your genealogy back to its very beginning, you would find ancestors who lived primarily on honey. Raw honey was not a survival food in the sense that it merely provided sustenance for the people until something better came along. Rather, it was (and still is) an amazing healing food. Honey is in our bloodline. What we are—our souls, our DNA—is, in a sense, derived from honey. This means that if we avoid honey, we exclude a part of ourselves that connects us to the dawn of humanity. Modern understandings that tear us away from honey are just a sign of how far we have lost touch with our essence as humans. The connection with honey brings us back to ourselves. It makes us wonder what else we have alienated ourselves from and come this far. What else deserves re-evaluation?
* Add raw honey to lemon water to boost the bioflavonoids in the honey and give the drink extra immune boosting qualities.
* If you feel yourself getting sick, take a teaspoon of raw honey before going to bed. This will also help you sleep better.
* Use raw honey instead of all the processed sugars and other sweeteners you normally use. If possible, look for honey from wild flowers.
* Applied externally, honey is great for healing small wounds and revitalizing the skin. Try it on scars where you want to speed up the healing process.
* Consuming honey before meditation strengthens the mind and fills us with happiness.
ICE CREAM WITH HONEY AND COCONUT
Warning: This ice cream recipe is dangerously delicious! It only takes a few minutes to make with an ice cream maker, and in less than an hour you can make ice cream that is healthier and much tastier than anything you can find in the store. As a bonus, you'll have almond milk left over that you can use in smoothies or drink chilled from the fridge.
- 1 cup of almonds;
- 2 dates, pitted;
- 1-cm pieces of vanilla seeds, cut lengthwise;
- 1 1/2 cups coconut cream (from about 2 cans chilled whole coconut milk);
- 1/8 tsp. sea salt ;
- 1/8 cup raw honey;
- 1/4 cup slivered almonds (optional)
Method of preparation:
First, make the almond milk by blending the almonds, dates, and vanilla seeds with 2 cups of water in a high-speed blender until smooth. Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag or tea towel and set aside. Next, open the cans of coconut milk, being careful not to shake them. Separate the heavy cream from each box. In a medium bowl, combine the coconut cream with 1 cup of the almond milk, sea salt , and raw honey. Pour the mixture into the bowl of an ice cream maker and follow the directions for use. Serve the ice cream garnished with crushed almonds if desired and a drizzle of raw honey
*Without an ice cream maker, freeze mixture in a bowl and stir every 30 minutes until set.
Portion for 2-4 people.Materials from Anthony William's book "The Most Useful Foods" were used for the article .
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