Honey to boost your energy:
Does your body feel fatigued at 3:00 pm each afternoon? Try mixing 1/2 tablespoon of honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon in a glass of water. Your energy will increase within a week with daily intake. Or mix in a sprinkle of cayenne pepper to increase your circulation and help keep you warm during the winter months.
Honey moisturizes your skin:
Honey is also popular as a skin moisturizer. It has natural regenerative properties as well as antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Rub a little into the skin and leave it on for 10 minutes. You can even warm it up a bit for sensitive skin. Your skin immediately feels a refreshing, new softness in the texture. Or mix it with orange juice, mashed bananas and oatmeal to create a nourishing mask.
Honey as a hangover helper:
Here is an old home remedy that is sure to please the party goers in us all. If you wake up with a hangover in the morning after a fun filled night, try putting a little honey on a piece of cracker or a piece of toast. The fructose in the honey helps to flush out the alcohol in your system. It also contains potassium which helps to counteract the effects of the alcohol.
So if you are one of the 62 percent of households that contain honey, you can immediately begin experimenting with its many uses. If you’re not, visit your local grocery store or farmers market to obtain a little. You may soon find out why it has been so popular for over thousands of years!
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