A persistent cough that won’t go away can easily be remedied with the use of honey. Its anti-inflammatory properties help soothe coughs by coating the throat. It is used in treating upper respiratory tract infections and can reduce seasonal allergy symptoms. It contains small amounts ...of pollen and exposure to it can trigger an immune response and after repeated exposure the body should become accustomed to their presence resulting in a lesser allergic reaction to seasonal allergies.
Honey can help the body absorb calcium which is helpful for brain health. The brain needs calcium to process thoughts and make decisions.
Honey can be a health aid for sleepless nights. It causes a rise in insulin that converts serotonin into melatonin, which is a chemical compound that regulates the length and the quality of sleep.
Because of honey's antibacterial and antifungal properties, it can be used to treat dermatitis. It is loaded with anti-inflammatory properties, which will address the redness and itching on the scalp. Treatment is made by mixing honey diluted with 10 percent warm water and applying it to problem areas.
Honey is a natural antibiotic used internally and externally. It’s a conventional treatment for disinfecting wounds and burns.
As you can see this amazing natural ingredient is an important staple for all (except for babies under one years of age). There are many more uses for honey that are not listed.