September is a month of transition for so many people all across the country; kids are going back to school, summer has come to an end, people start thinking about the holiday seasons coming up. According to fashionistas, it is not okay to wear white after Labor Day. Thus, the many signs of change in routines, schedules and living.
Often times another concern with fall approaching is an increase in allergies. Well, there is good news for all of you allergy sufferers. And guess what, the relief comes from one of the most productive creatures created by God, it is the honey bee.
Honey from bees can actually offer you relief from allergies. If you buy raw honey locally it contains pollens that are indigenous to your area. This is true for honey harvested from one to coast to another. VIsit bees-online.com to learn more about how honey can improve your allergy symptoms.
Honey, when used in conjunction with lemon juice, has been used for centuries as an effective method to relieve sore throats. It has anti-microbial properties that can help soothe raw tissue. It can be used on wounds as well to expedite healing and keep the body hydrated. It is a natural antiseptic.
Studies have been done in Europe about honey and have revealed honey can help with stomach ulcers as well.
It has been used as a natural sweetener since time immemorial. Records show honey being used by the ancient Egyptians and before then.
Tom Ogren, at Pioneerthinking.com, says honey is a powerful immune system booster. The exposure to the pollen in honey has the exact opposite affect of the same pollen you are exposed to outside.
So there you have just a few items on the "honey do" list; a far cry from what you are asked to do around the house.
Honey is a less expensive alternative to consider when treating your allergy symptoms. Make sure you do buy local raw honey to get the full benefit. The best benefit is the way your body will feel when you don't have to take a synthetic drug and helping the local bee keepers in your area. Here in the Gainesville area, Ward's Supermarket has local raw honey.
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