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    Smiley Honey News — raw honey and health

    Use Honey for All-Natural Skin and Hair Care

    Raw honey is healthy, sweet and flavorful. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, you find out it’s good for your hair and skin too. Naturally antibacterial and full of antioxidants, honey is great for treating acne and slowing down aging. Honey also helps moisturize, soothe and clarify.  Here are some ideas for incorporating honey into your health and beauty routine.

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    Use Honey for a Natural Cough Remedy

    Wintertime means colds and nagging coughs. When you’re looking for some relief, look to all-natural, raw honey. The National Honey Board calls honey “nature’s cough suppressant.”  Research from Penn State University actually showed that honey is a better alternative to childhood coughs than over-the-counter medicines. Here are some ways you can integrate honey as a natural cough suppressant to get you feeling better.

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    "Sour" Honey and Cancer

    Last November, a video was posted on You Tube that claimed "sour" honey was a cure for cancer. Since then, we have received a number of phone calls and e-mails about this claim. We even saw a spike in sales of our sourwood honey. All of this activity has prompted us to write this short article to set the record straight.

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    2017 Resolutions: Eating Healthy Foods

    It's a new year, and many of us have set goals to eat better, healthier foods. All natural, raw honey is one such food. It packs a lot of flavor into small amounts. Here are a few healthy recipes that use honey that you can try out in 2017.

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    Raw Honey: The Natural Way to Heal Wounds

    Raw honey has wonderful anti-bacterial properties, and has been used for wound care for centuries. How does it work? Raw honey contains small amounts of the enzyme glucose oxidase which, under the right conditions, can produce hydrogen peroxide, a well-known disinfectant.

     

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