Honey is a wonderful creation and used by several cultures around the world serving as a base for many traditional medicines. Honey has been used as natural remedy & medicine for thousands of years, especially in Ayurveda.
Did you know you can use Honey for weight management, strengthening Immune system, boosting memory, nourishing skin, face & Hair? Explore the health benefits of honey and some useful honey home remedies here too. You will thank us later for sure!
Ginger, honey, and lemon for sore throat
Mix 1 teaspoon of powdered ginger and honey in 1⁄2 cup of hot water. Now add 1 teaspoon lemon juice. You can gargle with this water to cure your throat. Honey has mild antibacterial properties that give instant relief.
Basil & honey tea for Headache
Take some basil leaves and add it to a cup of boiling water. Let them soak for a 5 minutes. Now strain the tea and obtain the decoction. Add lemon juice and honey in your tea. You can sip while the tea is hot.
Honey Mask For Acne
Mix one spoon of honey with juice of half a lemon. Add 2 teaspoon nutmeg in it. Apply the mixture over your skin and rinse with lukewarm water after half an hour. You can repeat this process once or twice a week.
Honey For Dandruff
Combine 1-2 tea-spoon of honey 3 cup of warm water and stir to dissolve. Now rinse hair with the honey mixture. Use your fingers to apply the mixture through the hair and over the scalp.
Honey & Coffee Lip Scrub For Smooth Lips
Coffee rejuvenate lips and make them soft. Mix a tablespoon of ground coffee with honey (just enough to make a thick paste). Apply the paste on your lips. Leave it for ten minutes and wash off with cold water.
Honey For Burns
It can be effectively applied on your cuts and wounds as it works as a soothing agent. When you apply honey to treat burns, it remove fluids from the tissues and cleanse the burned area.
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