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HONEY SPRING Eucalyptus Honey

What is Eucalyptus Honey? The eucalyptus tree, also known as fever tree, blue gum tree or stringy bark tree, has the botanical name Eucalyptus Globulus. It is native to Australia but was introduced to other parts of the world including India, Europe and South Africa a few centuries ago.

The health benefits of the eucalyptus honey are many - anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, antiseptic, antibacterial, and stimulating. Besides being a good natural remedy for respiratory problems, Eucalyptus honey is a good antiseptic owing to its germicidal properties. On its exposure to
air, ozone is formed which is a well-known antiseptic. Honey Spring Eucalyptus Honey is used for healing wounds, wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts, abrasions and sores. It is also effective on insect bites and stings. It is often recommended to patients suffering from rheumatism, lumbago, sprained ligaments and tendons, stiff muscles, aches, fibrosis and even nerve pain. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory Honey Spring Eucalyptus Honey is massaged on the skin surface in circular motion to help relieve muscle and joint pains.

Six Main Health Benefits of Honey Spring Eucalyptus Honey:
1. Honey is antibacterial and antiseptic
. . All raw honey contains a mild solution of hydrogen peroxide, which is released when it comes into
. . contact with moisture. This is antibacterial and fungicidal. Honey is also gyroscopic, which means that
. . it naturally attracts moisture. Most bacteria breed in moist conditions and honey dries out wounds,
. . preventing wounds becoming infected.

2. Honey as a sweetener
. . Doesn’t give the energy spike that refined cause the blood sugar to shoot up, but allows a much
. . healthier gradual increase in blood sugar levels. However we suggest you use it mindfully and in small
. . quantities. A teaspoon of Honey Spring Eucalyptus Honey will be enough and makes all the
. . difference.

3. Dark honeys are high in antioxidants
. . Antioxidant compounds can help your cells fight off free radicals one of the causes of a host of
. . degenerative diseases. Unique to honey is pinocembrin, an antioxidant associated with improved brain
. . functioning.

4. Honey can help you digest food better
. . Honey contains natural enzymes that assist the digestive process.

5. Honey is said to aid sleeping
. . The theory is that a spoonful of honey before sleep provides the body with enough glucose to ‘feed’ the
. . brain during the night. This prevents or limits the early morning release of cortisol and adrenalin (stress
. . hormones) which disturb sleep. It also stabilises blood sugar levels and contributes to the release of
. . melatonin, the hormone required for recovery and rebuilding of body tissues during rest.

6. Honey is good for your skin

. . Because it attracts moisture honey helps to nourish the skin – that is why it is often used in skin care
. . products. Also, honey’s antioxidants compounds help to fight free radicals, which can damage skin.
. . Some people find honey is very effective for conditions such as sunburn, acne and eczema.


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