This immensely rich and comphrehensive honey web resource currently has over 380 pages (links to these pages can be found in the pages listed on the menu bar, otherwise, you could also make use of the above easy Custom Search). This website sets out to share with all the honey buffs in this world how exciting discovering the uses and benefits of honey can be. (It has become a "Honey Health Benefits Wikipedia"!)
Since early 2007, this website has grown into a phletora of other health and nutrition contents, bringing you news on some of the hottest health-buzzwords like cortisol, natural skin care, lymphatic systems, organic food, antioxidant, and detox - all of which you can find in our Health & Nutrition Resources Index .
There you also can find links to some very layman, easy to understand explanations on honey bee products such as propolis, royal jelly, beewax, and bee pollen, and some of the most common health problems such as bad breath, athlete foot, hair loss, sleep disorder, arthritis, acne, and yeast infection - all of which honey has traditionally been used as a natural cure or alternative medicine. For the latest additions and new pages in this website, you can track and find them in the Honey Blog.
Well, I cannot offer you medical advice on honey like a medical doctor or promote honey as a substitute for professional medical care, and I don't aim to, but as a honey enthusiast, I am eager to give you all the reasons in the most laymen, simplest language that is easy for everybody to grasp and appreciate - why honey is more than a sweetener; why it is such a superfood, why we should feel indebted to the tireless creatures which have to visit two million flowers just to provide us with one pound of honey, why everyone should always keep a jar of honey at home, and even why one should consider using it during a fast.
I sincerely hope that what the community here shares will dramatically change the way people talk about honey health benefits and experience honey, turning consumption into a special ceremony, and with its own special tastes and health benefits, honey will find a new star status as a chic and awe-inspiring golden liquid.
Eating for health has never been sweeter.
By Ruth Tan
Author and Founder