Detox your body with Honey at Be In Balance

May 20, 2017

 

Detoxifying your body with honey massage

 

Everyone in honey massage says something nice, soft and sweet. We may disappoint some of them, but that is not the case. This type of massage may be a bit painful, but its effectiveness will reimburse this pain multiple times.

 

The healing effects of honey have been known to us since ancient times, and we too would be looking for someone who has not heard about it yet. Its effectiveness has been written in famous books, such as Avicenna or senior Pliny.

 

Later, chemistry was excreted in healing, but he was constantly using it in the countryside. Sebastian Kneipp, a priest, contributed significantly to "re-discovering" medicine. Ancient Egyptians used dedicated honey, devoted to bees, but in many situations, our honey can also be of great help to you.

It is often used to cure wounds, improve digestion, respiratory problems, liver regeneration, anaemia, which plays a very important role as a food that contains a wealth of vitamins and minerals.

 

Its composition is different depending on the mix of flowers that each bee has visited who hunted the honey, also varying depending on location, time and season.

We know floral honey like rape, honey from field flowers, acacia honey - lighter and thinner, and honey in the forest - darker in colour.

Honey contains simple sugars such as fructose, glucose, sucrose, oligosaccharides and the like, also contains 13 amino acids, including essential amino acids, also proteins - from nectar of plants, but also from animal proteins - from the gut glands of bees .

There are many enzymes such as amylase