“The therapeutic powers of honey are no secret. It was purportedly used as an antibiotic ointment and
digest if as long as 8,000 years ago, and several ancient civilizations documented honey’s place as a
Jessica Ederer - JD, CPT, FNS, RYT
“Natural honey is a great source of carbohydrates and it sweetens without adding any preservatives to
the drink. Therefore, many people these days are switching to using honey in tea instead of sugar as a
sweetener, say experts at TinRoofTeas. When you add honey to green tea, it also reduces the effect on
your insulin and glucose levels. Different varieties of honey can be mixed with different types of tea, not
just for their health benefits, but also for a better taste.”
experts at - TinRoofTeas
“Honey and its components reduce blood sugar levels, improve insulin sensitivity and lipid metabolism
by reducing triglycerides, and reduce total cholesterol and LDL levels while increasing HDL levels that
prevent excessive weight gain and reduce the risk of obesity and its complications”
Researchers at Pubmed Central Journal, - National center for Biotechnology Information
“Honey is naturally a perfect conditioner because it’s a humectant and retains and attracts moisture,
keeping your hair feeling smooth and healthy. Your strands will feel soft, nourished, and have plenty of
life and bounce.”
Felix Fischer - celebrity hair artist.
"Honey has natural healing properties. It can also promote collagen-building, making it a great anti-
Mona Gohara - MD, associate clinical professor at Yale Department of Dermatology
"Honey has natural antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties,"
Dendy Engelman - MD, a New York City-based dermatologic surgeon.
“With its moisturizing and soothing effects, raw honey can hydrate the skin, leaving it soft, radiant, and
Ildi Pekar - celebrity facialist and owner of Ildi Pekar Skin Care.
"When you eat honey it causes a slow, steady spike of insulin, which converts to serotonin and
melatonin, two chemicals that help you fall asleep. And, if you're one to wake up in the middle of the
night, a tablespoon of honey will help you stay asleep since it helps to stock the glycogen in the liver—"
something the brain needs to keep you asleep for a dreamy eight hours.”