Take bee products with your medicine and especially take honey with your medicine. Honey, royal jelly, beebread – these are all products of the hive that are good alone, and amazing in combinations. This article talks about the enhancing effect of honey, royal jelly and beebread when taken with a chemotherapeutical drug to fight brain tumors. And it also helps in preventing and treating side-effects of chemo and radiation, as it is so well proved by LifeMel honey. And as a… Read More
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Every beekeeper says about his honey that it is the best in the world. And he is not far from the truth. The situation is similar to that of a child for a mother. The best child in the world! For that mother. Of course if you are interested in an absolute truth, then such a thing is impossible to exist. A child can be the best in swimming, in mathematics, in basketball… It cannot be in everything. For that… Read More
Manuka honey is one of the most appreciated honey in the world. The taste is unique and its therapeutically properties makes it loved worldwide. Why is this honey so appreciated and so healthy? As any other monofloral honey it brings the characteristics of the plant the nectar was harvested from, mainly its phytochemical components (such as Leptosperin), but manuka honey is so much researched and marketed more for its MGO (methylglyoxal) content – a substance with a powerful antimicrobial effect.… Read More
Palmetto honeys are honeys very well known in Florida, rare honeys usually kept by beekeepers for themselves or close friends. There are more than 15 kinds of palmetto trees but not all of them produce honey. I will cover here the most common palmetto honeys available, saw palmetto honey and sabal palmetto honey. Both are very old, used since the native Indians could harvest them, and are considered to be true jewels of honeys, “real gourmet gems” – as some people call it.… Read More
Just like buckwheat honey, blackberry honey or chestnut honey, blueberry honey has a very strong antioxidant and antimicrobial power. Blueberries are perennial flowers which give us indigo-colored berries, much appreciated these days, especially in our smoothies. Scientific Name: Vaccinium spp. Vaccinium. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It does, but it’s not the same. Vaccinium includes an “i” which is not found in vaccinum. Vaccinium – is the name used in classical Latin for a plant and it may be derived from bacca, berry. Vaccinum… Read More
Yes, it is true. Honey it is not only a sweet food, but also a reliable product that can kill many bacteria. And also fungi and viruses. Microbes, to put it in one word. Its antimicrobial characteristics have long been appreciated and these days scientists have started to research it more as our synthetic drugs cannot keep up with superbugs. “Antimicrobial” is a general term which refers to the capacity of fighting microbes. Microbes include bacteria, fungi, archaea, protists and viruses (only some… Read More