Long before we existed, honey has been around and so has its eternal benefits. Over the years humans have experimented with many Ayurvedic herbs infused with Raw honey and gained diverse healthful aid. Over the past few decades, honey has been a major part of the cosmetics industry, you pick any product off the beauty shelf and almost every cosmetic product has honey in it. Given honey’s diverse benefits it can be paired with many Ayurvedic herbs for fascinating health benefits.
Moreover, you don’t ever have to worry about Raw honey going bad; it has natural preservatives that will prevent it from spoiling. Honey is known to have ‘Pinocembrin’ which helps us to stay young due to its anti-oxidant properties, so it’s safe to say you can count on these honey infusion to stay healthy and radiate beauty!
In our previous article, ‘Magical Ayurvedic honey infusions to benefit your health‘ we mentioned some beneficial honey infusions that deliver the best results for skin and health care. Here are few more infusions for you to try!
1. Ginger Infused Raw Honey
Ginger is one of the most potent herbs known to mankind. The health benefits of Ginger and Honey infusion for respiratory problems are unmatched by any other concoction. Also, individually ginger helps treat cold, flu, sinuses, inflammation and many more.
Ginger has several inherent digestive properties that make it a good choice to treat indigestion. This mixture contains high levels of proteins which help to break down the food. It also promotes the secretion of green yellowish liquid called bile, produced by the liver which aids in dissolving the fat.
Not many of us are aware but ginger helps in treating menstruation fatigue and cramps. Ginger and honey tea relaxes the muscles, thereby reducing the cramps.
2. Cinnamon Infused Raw Honey
Raw honey has so many health benefits, as a result, it can be paired with almost any Ayurveda ingredient to get fascinating results. Cinnamon infused with honey is a very potent combination, given the plush vitamin content in cinnamon like vitamin A, E, D, and K.
This potion is helpful for treating acne and minor skin infections. It contains antioxidant characteristics, which reduces the appearance of age-related spots and wrinkles by cutting down the impact of free radicals on the skin.
A concoction of cinnamon and honey is very helpful in reducing cholesterol levels making it effective in reducing the risk of heart diseases.
And if you are looking for more the next benefit will get you hooked! The mixture also helps with stomach disorders and can be used to get rid of bad breath.
3. Garlic Infused Raw Honey
This beneficial pack is every grandma’s evergreen nuskha. With the goodness of raw honey and garlic’s rich contents such as high amounts of manganese, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B6 and vitamin C this concoction is truly magical.
The combination helps boost energy levels and improves your immune system. Also, raw honey with garlic helps soothe cough, fights throat infections and prevents cancer. This power pack is more commonly used to cure common cold and fight allergies.
Moreover, it is effective in weight loss. The combination of garlic and raw honey may not seem very enticing but it’s worth it when it’s for your health as well as weight loss, right?
4. Tulsi/Basil Infused Honey
This herbal mix is a perfect home remedy to fight back the blow of seasonal cough. The antitussive properties in Tulsi act on the nerves that trigger cough. Hence it relieves you from the sensation of coughing.
Moreover, Tulsi and honey are known to give a boost to the immune system. It has antioxidants and anti-bacterial properties that eliminate toxins from your system and acts as a good stress reliever. It is observed that Tulsi with honey is a reliable infusion that plays a major part in regulating blood pressure and also helps in managing Diabetes.
- When archaeologists discovered Egypt’s King Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1922, they found 3000 years old jars full of Honey that was still edible, proving Raw honey doesn’t go bad.
- Honey is the only edible substance produced by any insect that is known to man