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“Does honey help burns?” People are still reluctant but honey is one of the best treatments for a burn!

Tradition tells us that a bad burn can be healed with honey. I’m sure you’ve heard this already. but what is less known is that this is a practice also supported by in vitro studies, laboratory experiments and clinical trials, published in the specialized literature. Compared to other modern dressings for wounds (for example nanocrystalline silver dressings) honey has the vastest amount of scientific evidence that proves its efficiency. Yet, people are still reluctant. Honey has anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory properties and a favorable… Read More

First aid in case your baby swallowed a battery!

FIRST AID IN CASE OF BATTERY INGESTION

Do you know what to do if your toddler or your baby has swallowed a battery? Do you know how toxic and dangerous these are? A button battery is pure poison, not a simple metal coin. And yes, they can lead to death. It is said that more than 2,500 button batteries are ingested each year in the United States. They are small and shiny and perfectly fit into nose or ear and, of course, they could be easily swallowed. What… Read More

Do you have low blood sugar after exercising? Eat some honey. But don’t do it in bodybuilding!

eat honey after your exercises

If you are serious about your exercises, then you surely know about “hypoglycemia cycle”. Low blood sugar. Within 45–90 min of moderate to high intensity exercise your glycogen stores can be almost entirely depleted. What does this mean? It means no fuel in your tank. No more energy. And not for another set of exercises, but to ensure the good functioning of your organism. If you keep on exercising, your body will need other sources to provide energy, such as… Read More

Romanian honey

romanian honey

Romania is a small country from the EU. The vampire “Dracula” was born here – you would say. True. And I even recommend the latest film about him, which offers a completely different perspective on his origin: Dracula Untold.  Worth watching. But Romania is also known for its remarkable athletes, beautiful landscapes, traditions and, of course, beekeeping. It produces high quality honey and even has a type of bee which is in danger of extinction: Carpathian honey bee (Apis Mellifera… Read More

6 most common honeys from Tunisia

Each country has its own specific flora and even the species are the same, there still are particularities triggered by geographical conditions: weather, soil type, pollution, human intervention with chemical fertilizers or pesticides and so on. The most frequent honeys we find in Tunisia are from robinia, lavandula, salvia, medicago, hedysarum, onobrychis, calluna, eucalyptus, orange, thyme, mint, rosemary, and horehound. These are all very common with the exception of honey coming from horehound – o plant related to mint, with… Read More

Drinking water which was placed on a beehive has many heath benefits!

why beekeepers are healthy

The water which is placed inside an apiary, above the hives or next to them, becomes a charged water, full of health benefits. I have first seen this on a Czech site about beekeeping and apitherapy, where I had also read about the products made from dead bees. They were talking about the “biopole water” – referring to simple water which was placed on a hive. Around a hive there is an electrostatic field of 60 cm and the water placed… Read More

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