Natural Wonders of Honey

Natural Wonders of Honey

Honey is one of the oldest foods in existence. It has been used for thousands of years in natural remedies and beauty products and in food and drink. It has been called liquid gold, the golden elixir and the gift of the gods. Here we have loads of recipes of natural remedies with honey as well as descriptions of popular honey's. Seek through our list to learn all about your favorite type of honey or just learn about all the different ways you can make honey! You WILL be amazed!

Different Forms of Honey 

HoneyComb
Cut Comb or Chunk Honey
Raw Honey
Liquid Honey 
Pasteurized or Heat – Treated Honey
Set Honey 
Creamed Honey
Organic Honey 
Honey Sticks

Popular Honeys

Acacia Honey
Alfalfa Honey
Apple Blossom Honey
Arbutus (strawberry tree) Honey
Avocado Honey
Blackberry Honey
Blueberry Honey
Borage Honey
Buckwheat Honey 
Cherry Blossom Honey
Chestnut Honey
Clover Honey
Cotton Honey
Dandelion Honey
Eucalyptus Honey
Fireweed Honey
Gallberry Honey
Goldenrod Honey 
Hawthorn Honey
Heather Honey
Kamahi Honey
Kiawe Honey
Lavender Honey
Lehua Honey
Lime/Linden/Basswood Honey
Longan Honey
Mesquite Honey
Onion Honey
Orange Blossom Honey
Rapeseed/Canola Honey
Rubber Honey
Leatherwood Honey
Rosemary Honey
Sunflower Honey
Thyme Honey
Tupelo Honey
 

Honey Remedies for Respiratory Conditions

Coughs and Colds
Sore Throats
Respiratory Problems
Laryngitis
Hay Fever 

Honey Remedies for Interrupted Sleep

Honey Remedies for Expectant Mothers

Honey Remedies for Digestive Problems

Honey Remedies for Stressful Conditions

Honey Remedies for Skin Conditions

 

While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy when researching all the information on honey here on our site, the information on therapeutic and cosmetic value of honey is often anecdotal and is not intended as a substitue for the advice of a qualified professional. Any use to which the recommendations, ideas and techniques are put is at the reader's sole discretion and risk.

Honey should not be given to children under the age of 1 year. In rare instances, it may contain spores of the bacteria Clostridiu, botulinum. Most older children and adults can cope with this, but because a baby's digestive system is immature, the bacteria can multiply in it and cause problems. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have a medical condition and are unsure as to whether you should be having honey, consult your doctor. 

The very young, the elderly, pregnant women and those in ill-health or with a compromised immune system are advised against eating dishes containf raw eggs as well. 

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