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Honey's Health Benefits: More than a Sweetener

It's the dawn of the 21st century; the world is as peaceful as it gets; birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, economies are escalating, and harmony knows no bounds. Oh, and New York is under attack by a force from the outside world.

Confused? Well, this is precisely what we have been made to believe in the past few decades by a team (more like a phenomenon now) that goes by the name of 'Avengers'. Marking their presence felt in 2012 and extending themselves to save the world as late as 2019 (evidently, COVID was way par them), the superhero universe we believe in has come a long way, and so have their appearances.

Speaking of appearances, one person who stands out among the rest is none other than the chief of Asgard himself, Thor. Appearing as a dream boat in the first installments, the bigger-than-barrel belly of Thor in the endgame took viewers by surprise and made them think, 'Hmm.. how many sweet tooth sessions did he really have?'. While that is something only senior Hemsworth can tell you about, what if we told you that there is a way to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings without compromising the vitality of your health? No kidding. 

Read along as we tell you about the unparalleled benefits that honey holds for your health and how it can help you elevate your wellness routine to the next level without trading off a pinch of taste.

High antioxidants

Ever heard of oxidative stress and cell damage? If not, let us tell you it's a thing. Oxidative stress within the body refers to its inability to tackle free radicals that can eventually lead to chronic diseases and skin damage.

Regular consumption of honey, especially natural honey, can give you a sufficient dose of antioxidants, flavonoids, and phenolic components to restore your body's detoxification equilibrium and guarantee long-term health.

Treatment of Wounds

Honey has been used for centuries to treat minor and serious wounds, including cuts and burns, because of its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities. Additionally, honey is believed to create a calming, relaxing sensation and shield the area from entering external radicals, preventing the onset of irritation in wounds.

Relief from Allergy

Being natural in its composition, organic raw honey acts as a sweet savior for people who suffer from skin conditions due to hormonal imbalances. In fact, consuming a small quantity of honey in moderation can help one reduce the effects of an oncoming allergy altogether without much peripheral effort.

Health management

Suffering from a sore throat? Have an upset stomach? Feeling low on energy? Diagnosed with high cholesterol? or wait, looking to manage weight?

All of your concerns can be well addressed by natural honey in one way or another.

Mixing honey with lukewarm water or tea is an age-old practice that combines the warmth of the beverage with the naturally soothing and anti-inflammatory properties of honey to cast a spell of tenderness on your throat. In fact, major tea juggernauts that you see on the selling bay these days are formulating variants of tea that have honey fused with them.

Let's say your throat is fine. Next in line comes your stomach, a churning machine for all you crave. Given the artificial world we live in and the unhealthy food options available across the spectrum, an upset stomach does not come as a surprise.

Honey acts as a prebiotic and acts as a catalyst, promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria within the stomach, which can greatly elevate your digestive health. And if that's not all, the soothing and anti-inflammatory properties of honey can also protect the stomach lining to ease any digestive pains and cases of acidity.

Neither the throat nor the stomach The next area of expertise that honey excels at taking care of is arguably the most vital organ of the human body, the heart. Beating nearly 3 billion times during an average human life cycle, the heart is probably the epicenter of ensuring your consistent well-being. However, regular buildup of cholesterol and subsequent narrowing of arteries can prove detrimental to heart health. Honey, when consumed prudently, is known to reduce the deposit of bad cholesterol and can lead to a lowering of blood pressure in the long run.


If all seems fine with you (which is quite a thing to applaud), one concern that bothers nearly all of us is weight management. Working tirelessly throughout the day without having adequate time to engage in physical activity can ruin our physical well-being and lead to putting on unwanted pounds on our already tired frame. Honey, though calorie-dense, owing to its natural sweetness, is a better option than refined sugar to satiate your taste buds. 


Moreso, being a natural source of carbohydrates and glucose, organic raw honey can also serve as a quick reservoir of energy that can help you get through the day. In fact, in endurance sports, honey is used as a natural energy gel to provide a burst of energy.


While the benefits offered by honey are many and pretty much non-exhaustive, mind you, not all honey has the same properties.


While natural honey is minimally processed, with the absence of excessive filtration and pasteurization experienced by commercial honey, Kashmir honey is regarded for its diverse taste, owing to the region's diverse floral composition, minimum exposure to pollution, and traditional beekeeping practices.


Look for certifications, ingredient composition, shelf life, additives, and source of collection before you dive into buying any honey or related products to make sure that you get the best for your health and your taste buds at the same time.


Remember, we ain't Thor, and we definitely aint C. Hemsworth (though we'd love to be).

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