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Bees produce honey from the nectar they take from various types of flowers. Honey is a sweet food with amazing healing properties. It is sweeter and healthier than sugar and, therefore, it is used to prepare innumerable delicious dishes.
The collection of honey was an activity practiced on a large scale in ancient times. It is said that 10000 years ago, people used honey to prepare their food. In ancient Egypt, honey was used to prepare various dishes, but also to embalm corpses.
For the ancient Romans, honey had such a large value that it was often used instead of gold to pay taxes. The ancient Greeks used honey to heal inflammations and cuts. They also considered that honey was the food of the Goods and therefore they used it in religious rituals. The Mayan population, who lived in South America, also used honey to prepare their food.
Even during the Middle Ages, when most diseases were considered to be a chant of divine punishment and, therefore, were not treated properly, honey was used to relieve pain caused by various pains and pains. Unfortunately, honey was no longer used as medicine after World War II, due to the invention and large-scale use of antibiotics.
Jars of honey In the Holy Bible, both in the Old and New Testaments, there are numerous references to honey. For Hindus, honey is one of the five elixirs of immortality, while for Jews it symbolizes the beginning of the New Year.
During the traditional New Year's lunch, the apple pieces are drenched in honey to provide happiness during the coming year. For Buddhists, honey is very important, especially during the Madhu Purnima festival, which is celebrated in India and Bangladesh. Followers of the Koran claim that Mohamed recommended the consumption of honey for therapeutic reasons.
Honey is composed of: water, carbohydrates, fructose, glucose, sucrose, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and various minerals.
Honey has many therapeutic benefits. Honey has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that have recently been explained through scientific methods. The reduced water activity in honey determines the osmosis and therefore the actions of honey as an antibiotic are a very good treatment for intestinal problems.
The nutritional values ​​of honey are extremely important. Honey contains carbohydrates and polyphenols. These antioxidants prevent and treat colon problems. They also strengthen the immune system and reduce the level of cholesterol.
It is important to know that honey is a miraculous food that never expires. It is said that archaeologists have found jars of honey in tombs that are more than 2000 years old. When they opened the jars and tasted the honey they contained, it was still sweet and flavored.
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