Honey as a medicine

Honey, known for its antibiotic, emollient and antiseptic properties, exists in many doctors. Here are some well -known recipes that have helped the health of the community as a whole, known for many years.

Honey for the enuresis to children

If for some time your child is "dirty" his bed, and he is no longer in a small age, when he justifies such "accidents", give him 1 teaspoon of honey before falling asleep. The sweet taste of honey will alleviate the irritation that the thought that the unpleasant incident may happen again, while the composition of honey will help his body retain the liquids until morning.

Honey for osteoporosis

If you want to prevent osteoporosis, there is an old French doctor who seems to help women of all ages and especially those in menopause. Drink morning and evening, preferably in between meals, a glass of water in which you have dissolved 2 teaspoons and a spoonful of honey. Vinegar creates the appropriate conditions for facilitating the absorption of calcium by the body, while honey, in addition to all the other dynamic substances it provides, also contains calcium (4 mg/100 g).

Popetals and honey for the cracked lips

Make this very effective ointment now, before the big colds catch and pop your lips. Make for 30 minutes in half a cup of boiling water a small handful of rose petals that you have previously rinsed. After strain the water and allow the rose petals to cool, mix with 2 tablespoons of honey until a paste is created. Put the ointment in a small glass box and store it in your bag. It is nutritious and leaves the lips velvety and soft. At this time, roses will only be found in florists. In the spring, however, remember to make the ointment from the roses that bloom on your balcony.

Lemon and honey for cough

A cough crisis and the annoying tickle on the throat can be treated with a natural syrup that you will make at home. Put a lemon with its peel in a saucepan with a little water and let it boil for about 5 minutes.

Then remove it, cut it in the middle and squeeze it. While still hot, dissolve 3 tablespoons of honey in the juice, mix well and drink in two doses throughout the day. Honey acts as a softener on the neck and thus softens the cough. Lemon juice has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. The combination of both creates a natural, mild antimicrobial solution that will relieve your throat.

Honey for hair loss

If after summer your hair is infectious and have increased hair loss, you can strengthen them by following a honey treatment. Dissolve a cup of honey in four cups of warm water. Bath normally with your usual shampoo, rinse the hair well, dry them lightly with a towel and spread the honey solution on them. Allow it to act for 10-15 minutes to effect trace elements and vitamins on the trunk and bulb of the hair, and then rinse with plenty of water. Repeat the honey cunning every time you bathe and after a while you will see a significant improvement in your problem.

Leek and honey for cough

If you suffer from an annoying cough, you can make an effective neck malactic that will relieve you. Cut 3 leeks in washers and boil them well with a little water. When softened, strain and mix well with 2 tablespoons of honey until a paste is formed. Whenever you get coughing, drink a spoonful of this medicine. The leek belongs to the same family as garlic and onion and has, like these, rich healing properties, but without such a strong taste and smell. Honey, known for its antibiotic, emollient and antiseptic properties, exists in many antibiotics.