May honey and bee products: benefits and properties

April 10, 2017, 19:54

Hon­ey has always been a high-calo­rie and nutri­tious food for humans, as well as a uni­ver­sal med­i­cine. Already in the spring, work­er bees col­lect nec­tar and process it into hon­ey. For the first time in a year, hon­ey is pumped out at the end of May.

May honey benefits - photomed

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May honey

Spring hon­ey accu­mu­lates in itself all the most heal­ing com­po­nents of nature awak­en­ing after win­ter. Espe­cial­ly strong­ly hon­ey stim­u­lates the immune sys­tem, increas­es vital­i­ty, pro­motes cell reju­ve­na­tion. This is a very high-calo­rie car­bo­hy­drate prod­uct that can dra­mat­i­cal­ly increase appetite. For chil­dren and adults who get sick often and for a long time, this prod­uct will help them feel bet­ter in the sum­mer. May hon­ey is also use­ful for patients with non-severe dia­betes mel­li­tus, but after con­sul­ta­tion with a doc­tor.
Hon­ey is best tak­en before break­fast and din­ner, tak­en at night it can cause insom­nia. How­ev­er, it all depends on indi­vid­ual sen­si­tiv­i­ty.
It should be remem­bered that when hon­ey is heat­ed, its ben­e­fi­cial qual­i­ties sharply decrease, and at a tem­per­a­ture close to 1000C, tox­ins can form in it.

properties and benefits of May honey, phototv

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This is the sub­stance that bees use to seal hon­ey­combs. Zabrus con­sists of wax, propo­lis, bee sali­va and pollen. It con­tains con­cen­trat­ed amino acids and essen­tial oils that, when tak­en oral­ly, improve the con­di­tion of the diges­tive and res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tems. To do this, zabrus is thor­ough­ly chewed for 5–7 min­utes half an hour before meals 2–3 times a day for 10–14 days in a row. Then it must be spit out.

royal jelly

With this prod­uct, the bees feed their queen bee, thanks to which she lit­er­al­ly increas­es her weight by about a thou­sand times in a week. Fresh roy­al jel­ly increas­es vital­i­ty and effi­cien­cy, invig­o­rates, improves atten­tion and mem­o­ry, has an anti-stress effect, increas­es the amount of milk in breast­feed­ing women. A drop of roy­al jel­ly is enough once a day, in the morn­ing, 15–20 min­utes before break­fast.

drone milk

In prop­er­ties and com­po­si­tion, it resem­bles uter­ine. It is har­vest­ed from hon­ey­comb cells con­tain­ing drone lar­vae. There is evi­dence that it has a par­tic­u­lar­ly good effect on the endocrine and gen­i­touri­nary sys­tems, nor­mal­iz­ing their activ­i­ty. Apply in the same way as roy­al jel­ly, with a course of no more than two weeks in a row.

royal jelly, photo



This is a very valu­able health prod­uct that con­tains essen­tial amino acids, flavonoids, etc. Chew­ing propo­lis heals the oral cav­i­ty, gums, elim­i­nates unpleas­ant odors in stom­ati­tis. Inhala­tions with an aque­ous or alco­holic solu­tion of propo­lis treat a run­ny nose, inflam­ma­tion of the paranasal sinus­es, bron­chi­tis. The main action of propo­lis is antibac­te­r­i­al.
Good help with hem­or­rhoids (espe­cial­ly exter­nal) lotions with an aque­ous solu­tion of propo­lis and can­dles made from propo­lis mixed with petro­le­um jel­ly.
Milk (100 ml) with propo­lis (5 g) is used in the com­plex treat­ment of gas­tri­tis, tak­ing the mix­ture half an hour before meals three times a day for up to 14 days.

bee pollen, benefits, photo

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bee subpestilence

It is believed that dead bees con­tain bio­log­i­cal­ly active com­po­nents. Alco­hol tinc­ture of dead bees is used oral­ly for dis­eases of the kid­neys and uri­nary tract, hyper­ten­sion, and vas­cu­lar ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis.


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The opin­ion of the edi­tors may not coin­cide with the opin­ion of the author of the arti­cle.

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