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Honey – 100% Raw Michigan Honey

Raw Michigan Honey
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Pkg Weight: 1 lb
Markey Honey is 100% raw Michigan honey. It is made from the nectar of native Michigan wildflowers. This honey is not pasteurized like mass produced commercial honey that you see on store shelves. Markey Honey is lightly strained and is not heated to prevent healthy enzymes and other nutrients found in natural honey from being destroyed.
The honey is packaged in a clear plastic container with package weight of 1 pound. Because of its unique composition and chemical properties, honey is suitable for long-term storage, and is easily assimilated even after long preservation. Honey, and objects immersed in honey, have been preserved for decades and even centuries!







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Uses For Honey

As a Food and in Cooking

bowl of honey

The main uses of honey are in cooking, baking, as a spread on bread, and as an addition to various beverages, such as tea, and as a sweetener in some commercial beverages.
Honey is the main ingredient in the alcoholic beverage mead, which is also known as “honey wine” or “honey beer”. Historically, the ferment for mead was honey’s naturally occurring yeast. Honey is also used as an adjunct in some beers.
Need energy? Add honey to most drinks for an extra energy boost.
Can’t sleep? Are you suffering from insomnia? Then combine a glass of hot milk with a teaspoon of honey before bed to induce sleep!

In Medicine

Spoon of honey

Historically, honey has been used by humans to treat a variety of ailments through topical application, but only recently have the antiseptic and antibacterial properties of honey been chemically explained.
Topical honey has been used successfully in a comprehensive treatment of diabetic ulcers when the patient cannot use topical antibiotics.
Antioxidants in honey have even been associated with reducing the damage done to the colon in colitis in a study.
Honey has also been used for centuries as a treatment for sore throats and coughs and, according to recent research, may be an effective soothing agent for coughs. Professional singers commonly use honey to soothe their throats before performances.
Some studies suggest the topical use of honey may reduce odors, swelling, and scarring when used to treat wounds; it may also prevent the dressing from sticking to the healing wound.
Honey has been shown to be an effective treatment for conjunctivitis.
Unfiltered, pasteurized honey is widely believed to alleviate allergies.
A review suggests honey could reduce the time it takes for a burn to heal — up to four days sooner in some cases.
Because of the natural presence of botulinum endospores in honey, children under one year of age should not be given honey. The more-developed digestive system of older children and adults generally destroys the spores.
Source: Wikipedia
For more uses of honey, visit 20 Unusual Uses for Honey.