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Ways to use honey

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All products from the bee hive are known to have health benifits to some extent.

Soothe a sore throat; swallow a teaspoon of honey to coat a sore throat for instant relief! (note: avoid giving honey to children under age of one.)
 
Bake tender cookies; want softer home made cookies? substitute honey for some of the sugar called for in your recipe. Honey holds in moisture, so the more you use, the softer your cookies will be.
 
Shortcut to softer skin! To give yourself a moisturizing facial mask, combine 1 mashed avocado with 1 Tbs. honey. Spread over your face and neck. Leave on for 10 minutes; rinse with warm water.
 
Sleep better tonight! Stir a teaspoon of honey into decaf herbal tea a half- hour before bedtime-- you'll fall asleep faster.
 
Make whipped cream last; substitute honey for sugar when making whipped cream, and it'll stay firmer longer.
 
Heal faster; honey is antibacterial !! rubbing a little over a cut or scrape before covering will promote faster healing.

More info on Honey

Why Bees make Honey

Study shows that honey can help a child's cough Honey 'is better for children's coughs'

Study: Honey better than drugs for kids' coughs

Honey Gives Kids Sweet Relief From Coughs

National Honey board recipies

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Other not so well known healing products are the bee sting - pollen & propolis.