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  1. Black Elderberry Health Benefits and Facts!

    Black Elderberry Health Benefits and Facts!
    Elderberries are a fruit that have been used over the years for their medicinal properties. In the olden days, they were often used by practitioners to help treat cold and flu symptoms. These berries have been proven time and time again to live up to their medicinal reputation, and have an incredible amount of health benefits that you must know...
  2. The Effects of Korean Ginseng on your Health!

    The Effects of Korean Ginseng on your Health!
    Korean Ginseng also known as Panax Ginseng is a perennial herb belonging to the Araliaceae family. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2000 years. According to the National Library of Medicine, P. ginseng has been the topic of more than 3400 articles, including 242 reviews. Additionally, they highlight that ginseng contains various pharmacological components including a...
  3. Honey - The Energy Booster!

    Honey - The Energy Booster!
    One of the many superfoods always recommended by healthcare practitioners is HONEY, for energy.  Ah, Honey! That lovely, sweet, sticky substance harvested from honeycombs, turns a simple cup of tea into a treat. Honey has gone from strength to strength in the UK as consumers seek healthier alternatives to sugar and natural and palatable ingredients for cooking and baking. We...
  4. An Insight on Propolis

    An Insight on Propolis
    Let’s begin with a fact - did you know that honey isn’t the only thing that bees make? Bees also produce a compound called propolis from the sap on needle-leaved trees or evergreens. When they combine the sap with their own discharges and beeswax, they create a sticky, greenish-brown product used as a coating to build their hives. That, for...
  5. Honey Nutrition - Benefits and Facts!

    Honey Nutrition - Benefits and Facts!
    Honey has been used as a remedy through generations and has multiple health benefits. In addition to its use as a natural sweetener, honey can be used as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial agent as well. The topical use of honey has a long history. It is considered one of the oldest known wound dressings and also has immunity-boosting properties...
  6. What are the benefits of Royal Jelly?

    What are the benefits of Royal Jelly?
    Royal Jelly is a proteinaceous secretion derived from the glands of the young worker bees. It’s the sole food fed to the queen bee throughout her lifetime and is also fed to all young larvae for the first three days after hatching. So, while honey provides energy for the worker bees, Royal Jelly acts as the main source of food...

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