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Can manuka honey prevent cancer?

7/27/2013 - The 5-year study by a group of researchers from the UAE University in Al Ain reveals the use of Manuka honey for cancer treatment. In a recent study that was published in PLOS ONE, a scientific journal, Manuka honey was proven to contain properties that can inhibit the growth of tumors in the breasts,...

The story of honeybees and their importance in sustaining life

7/14/2013 - They are an amazing and highly beneficial insect species that quite literally underpins the sustenance of life as we know it on planet earth. But honeybees are increasingly threatened by an onslaught of harmful influences, not the least of which includes the perpetuation of industrial agriculture and...

Seventy-five percent of honey bought at the supermarket isn't real honey

5/28/2013 - Large scale tests on US supermarket honey now reveal that roughly 75 percent of honey on the market isn't even real. According to investigation by Food Safety News, today's mass produced honey is often times void of real pollen, artificially processed and laundered from China. Honey manufacturing experts...

Exposed: Biggest US honey supplier admits to laundering, mislabeling Chinese honey

5/9/2013 - Two large honey packers, including one of the nation's biggest - Groeb Farms of Onsted, Mich. - have admitted to purchasing millions of dollars' worth of honey that was falsely labeled. National Public Radio reports that the goal of this mislabeling, which has been suspected of taking place within...

Cinnamon and honey's healing properties

4/14/2013 4:37:12 PM - On January 17, 1995, an article written by Beatrice Dexter about the benefits of honey and cinnamon powder, appeared in The Weekly World News. Please allow me to preface this article with a bit of information unbeknown to the writer and virtually everyone else: cinnamon is 26 percent sulfur based...

Food supply threatened by pesticides that kill bees: Honey and almonds are at risk

4/8/2013 - Two studies have found that the pesticide neonicotinoid, used since 1990, is contributing to killing the honeybees needed for pollination of our food crops. Our food supply is reliant on bees to pollinate the crops. They contribute to $15 billion worth of our food supply. In fact, it's estimated that...

Natural strategies for beating seasonal allergies

3/5/2013 - Many Americans are bothered by allergies every year, and most scramble to find some sort of relief for everything from hay fever to grass, dust, mold and other allergies. Many of those "remedies" aren't really remedies at all, but rather provide only superficial, temporary relief from the condition. "As...

Honey - A top survival food, wound healer and all-purpose health tonic

12/17/2012 - The humble jar of honey in your cabinet is more than just an exquisite sweetener -- it's also an incredible survival food and medicine chest rolled into one. Known throughout history for its health merits, honey is a broad spectrum healer. Heart disease, high cholesterol, influenza, wounds and infections...

Seven ways to use honey for whatever ails you

10/6/2012 - Lots of us may like to use a little honey as a sweetener for our morning coffee, toast or tea, but there are several uses for this tasty little treat - in its pure, raw, non-pasteurized form, it can do more than just bring a smile to our face. Manuka honey as the new 'superfood.' What is Manuka honey,...

Break a sugar addiction within a week using three easy steps

9/18/2012 2:00:12 PM - Refined sugar is a drug that is similar to opiates in its power to become addicted to it. The Journal of Psychoactive Drugs stated in a study published in 2010 that sugar releases euphoric endorphins in some people's brains in a manner very similar to that of certain drugs which are commonly abused. "Sugar...

Honey and its many benefits to overall health and wellness

9/5/2012 - Honey is a popular sweetener produced from nectar, propolis or "bee glue" and enzymes in a bees' saliva. Other insects produce honey but bee honey is the more popular kind. Honey is composed of simple sugars easily used by the body. It was the earliest reliable sweetener used in baking, enjoyed as spreads...

Nature's sweetener - The health benefits of honey

8/21/2012 - Evidence shows that humans have been collecting and using honey for thousands of years. Humans have used honey in multiple ways, consuming it as an edible food and also using honey as a topical cream. The first sign of humans gathering honey is a six thousand-year-old cave painting in Valencia, Spain,...

More than 80 reasons to use honey as a DIY home remedy for better health and good eats

8/1/2012 - Everyone knows honey tastes sweet and is delicious mixed with tea and lemon; but chances are you never realized how many health-related uses this versatile food possesses. It makes a wonderful DIY home remedy that helps to cure many conditions that ail you. The best honey is one that is totally raw,...

How to properly use manuka honey (and where to find it)

5/24/2012 - Throughout history, honey has played an important role in cultures around the world not only as a food, but also as a medicine. And manuka honey in particular, which is derived from the nectar collected by honey bees that forage the manuka bushes (Leptospermum scoparium) of New Zealand, contains unique...

Use raw honey for health, skin, hair, and more

4/30/2012 - Raw honey is more than just a natural sweetener. Honey has a variety of uses in your beauty regimen and for medicinal purposes. Raw honey, which is not pasteurized or refined, can be especially useful because of its nutritional properties. Although you may have heard about the benefits of raw honey,...

The benefits of raw honey

4/7/2012 - When we look at the word "raw", we associated it with the preservation of important vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Just as raw vegetables are preferable because of their nutritional content, the same is true of honey. Raw honey is honey that has not been heated, pasteurized or processed in any way....

Seasonal allergies? Get relief and save money without medications!

3/23/2012 - What happened to the winter? Spring has started early and with an early bloom comes a long year for seasonal allergy sufferers. If you are one of the millions suffering from springtime allergies already in March, wouldn't you like to enjoy the summer allergy-free? A simple solution exists that can help...

The five best home remedies for colds, coughs and the flu

3/22/2012 - From the pantry to the bedside, home remedies you can make in a snap help prevent seasonal colds or cure a stubborn case of the flu. Garlic tea immune enhancerA well-known immune system strengthener, garlic shines as an antibacterial and antiviral herb for fighting colds, coughs and the flu. One...

Guayaki, Wedderspoon and Body Ami now available through Green PolkaDot Box

1/19/2012 9:12:13 PM - Green PolkaDot Box, afast-growingonline buyer's club of organic, non-GMO and naturalgroceries and other products, has added three new natural brands to its product line: Body AmiApple cider vinegar is well-known to deliver a broad spectrum of health benefits, promoting healthy digestion, raising...

Improve your diet with nutritious homemade ketchup

12/2/2011 - Most commercial varieties of ketchup contain sugar or high fructose corn syrup and vague, chemical-disguising ingredients such as "spices" and "natural flavor." Often the organic brands also contain these health-depleting ingredients, so making your own homemade ketchup is usually the most nutritious...

Honey and cinnamon cures - do they really work? Here's what you need to know

11/30/2011 - Hopeful newcomers to holistic health marvel at reports about honey and cinnamon as a miracle cure-all. On the other hand, alternative health skeptics scoff at the notion of cinnamon and honey as medicine, pointing out that the plethora of articles about the curative benefits of this food duo originated...

Amazing bee products that cure and protect

11/23/2011 - Honey Bee pollen, propolis, and Royal Jelly are considered super foods. There are those who swear by their rejuvenating and energizing benefits. And there are some who dismiss those claims while mentioning allergic reaction dangers. This article intends to shed some light on those honeybee products. Defining...

Don't waste your money and risk your health with "funny honey" illegally imported from China

11/11/2011 - Raw, unfiltered honey is your healthiest choice for health benefits. You couldn't ask for a healthier sweetener, unless you pay more for New Zealand Manuka honey. However, there are several honey scams that deprive you of honey's health benefits. Some of the honey posers are absolutely unhealthy. The...

Shock finding: More than 75 percent of all 'honey' sold in grocery stores contains no honey at all, by definition (Updated)

11/8/2011 3:51:48 PM - Just because those cute little bear-shaped bottles at the grocery store say "honey" on them does not necessarily mean that they actually contain honey. A comprehensive investigation conducted by Food Safety News (FSN) has found that the vast majority of so-called honey products sold at grocery stores,...

Heal with honey

11/1/2011 - Honey is known for its many healing properties. Many believe that adding unfiltered, unprocessed, unheated honey to your daily diet can alleviate arthritis, reduce heart disease, lower cholesterol and reduce allergies. Honey has also been known to calm an upset stomach, lessen cold symptoms, strengthen...

Super bug breakthrough -- manuka honey may reverse antibiotic resistance

4/14/2011 - In less than a week, three different research studies have been released about antibiotic-resistant super bugs. Two were issued as nothing less than dire warnings. For example, as NaturalNews covered earlier, UK scientists are calling for the "urgent need for global action" due to the discovery of a...

The incredible powers of honey heal in TCM and worldwide medicine

3/3/2011 - Honey's ability to heal wounds and treat infections is quite notable. It also is known for its antioxidant, antibiotic and antiviral capabilities. Honey is 18 to 20 percent water and is comprised of the monosaccharides glucose and fructose and vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E, K and beta-carotene, as...

Why honey isn't vegan

1/26/2011 - Many people with omnivorous eating habits understand the basics of vegan living, that most vegans don't eat or wear meat or animal products or by-products. Yet many of these same people are taken aback when a vegan explains that she won't eat honey. They don't understand why a vegan wouldn't eat honey....

Honey provides antibiotic benefits and a low glycemic sweetener

1/14/2011 - Honey provides a natural sweetener that can be used instead of sugar. Honey is a whole food that comes from plant nectar and does not raise blood sugar as other simple sugars do. Honey also contains a variety of minerals and vitamins and has a long history as a healing food. Honey has been used as an...

Deception causes honey bees to disappear and threatens crops

1/7/2011 - Sometimes a scientific press release is really a bogus red herring. A recent study hailed by the press as solving the mystery of CCD or Colony Collapse Disorder could be one. The study claims to solve the disappearance of bees that pollinate many food crops. It purports to be a breakthrough in the CCD...

Honeybee Colony Collapse Disorder caused by virus? Get ready for honeybee vaccines

10/8/2010 - A group of biologists claims they've found the cause of Colony Collapse Disorder -- the devastating but mysterious phenomenon of rapidly disappearing honeybees. According to their research, published in PLoS One, the population collapse is caused by the combination of a virus and a fungus (Iridovirus...

The Cure in the Kitchen: Honey and Cinnamon can Cure Cancer and Arthritis

9/30/2010 - Honey and cinnamon is useful toward healing cancer and arthritis. Is this a stretch, a rumor, or what? Not according to a January 17, 1995 issue of Canadian magazine Weekly World News. It listed honey and cinnamon`s cancer and arthritis healing as clinically proven and recognized it as valid, even `...

Science Finally Discovers the Anti-Bacterial Abilities of Honey

8/19/2010 - New research published in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biologies (FASEB) Journal of experimental biology explains how honey kills bacteria. While alternative medical and health practitioners have long touted the powers of honey, science has now finally described one of the golden...

Healthy Honey Offers Many Benefits

8/15/2010 - The bee's precious nectar is known as honey and is created by the combination of nectar from flowers, enzymes in the bee's saliva, and propolis----"bee glue." Hippocrates, the father of medicine, emphasized the nutritional and medicinal values of honey. Honey contains the minerals of magnesium, potassium,...

Honeybees are Protectors of Humanity and Guardians of the Planet

6/1/2010 - Albert Einstein once said, "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man." Through their production of an elite class of superfoods and around-the-clock pollination...

Home Remedies with Oats and Honey Treat Poison Oak

5/15/2010 - Poison oak is a shrub that grows across the United States. Its three-leaf structure is similar to that of its cousin, Poison Ivy. The toxic oils from the plant cause rashes and itches. The plant's oil contains urushiol, which causes the rash. Absorption is immediate, but the rash can take up to 24 hours...

Safely and Naturally Heal Cuts and Stop Them from Bleeding

4/25/2010 - No matter how careful we are, we all get an occasional cut from time to time, and sometimes those cuts can be bad ones. Though serious cuts may require prompt medical attention, there are many good natural ways to disinfect and help heal cuts as well as stop them from bleeding. One of the very best...

Vital Pollinating Bees Need Protection

2/12/2010 - Honeybees provide us with around a third of our food through the simple act of pollinating fruits, berries, nuts, and vegetables. Agriculture has become so dependent on pollinating honeybees that continued precipitous decline in bee populations threatens much of what we eat and drink. We face the...

Beekeeping Practices are Killing Honeybees, Part I

1/30/2010 - It`s a troubling and little-known fact. Today`s beekeepers use herbicides, fungicides and insecticides in and around beehives. They say they have no choice. Honeybees increasingly suffer from disease and parasites, forcing their keepers to fight back with powerful chemicals. But modern beekeeping practices...

Beekeeping Practices are Killing Honeybees, Part II

1/30/2010 - It`s a troubling and little-known fact. Today`s beekeepers use herbicides, fungicides and insecticides in and around beehives. They say they have no choice. Honeybees increasingly suffer from disease and parasites, forcing their keepers to fight back with powerful chemicals. But modern beekeeping practices...

Airport shut down by incompetent TSA authorities after jars of honey flagged as explosives

1/9/2010 - At the Bakersfield airport in California, TSA authorities recently shut down the entire airport after finding what they thought was a container of liquid explosives. Luggage screeners discovered five Gatorade bottles full of an "amber" liquid. TSA agents then opened the bottles and complained they...

When Antibiotics Fail, Nurses Turn to Maggots And Manuka Honey to Beat Superbugs

11/12/2009 - Faced with a growing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, hospitals in the United Kingdom are adopting traditional medicinal techniques to fight infection, such as maggots and honey. Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and other drug-resistant infections kill or hasten the...

High-Fructose Corn Syrup Produces Toxic Chemical "HMF" When Heated

10/20/2009 - If you know anything about the food supply, you know that honey bees are a crucial part of the food production chain. In the United States, they pollinate roughly one-third of all the crops we eat, and without them, we'd be facing a disastrous collapse in viable food production. That's why, when...

Scientists Document How Manuka Honey Fights Superbugs

10/5/2009 - When infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria, also known as superbugs, are in the mainstream news there's usually a sense of panic connected to the story. After all, this type of infection is spreading and can be life-threatening. For example, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)...

Naturally Sweet: Learn Why You Should Eat Raw Honey

8/15/2009 - Long before what we refer to as civilization was born, honey was a food prized above all others in many traditional cultures. Ancient peoples in Spain, India, Egypt and all over the world knew that honey supplied a unique richness of nutrients. But far from squeezing honey out of cute little plastic...

The Sweet Art of Healing

8/10/2009 - Jerome, a 53-year-old high school teacher, was in the hospital awaiting amputation of his left leg. He'd been receiving IV antibiotics to treat a diabetic ulcer, a wide, oozing open wound on his ankle, but this didn't halt the steady advance of gangrene, and he was told they had no choice but to take...

New Studies Reveal the Medicinal Benefits of Honey

5/7/2009 - For centuries honey had been known as nature's medicine. Both the Greeks and Egyptians used honey as one of their main healing tools, with the famous Greek thinker Aristotle saying that pale honey was "good as a salve for sore eyes and wounds". But despite its long history within the healing community...

Honey Offers Many Benefits

3/25/2009 - Honey is a marvelously sweet, syrupy liquid naturally produced by bees as food for themselves. Its golden color and delightful taste cannot be mistaken for anything else. When bees take nectar from a flower, it mixes with chemicals in their saliva to create honey. The bees fly it back to the hive and...

Honey Laundering Gives Insight of Tricks to Chinese Exporting

1/14/2009 - The Seattle PI News Source recently published an article on Honey Laundering; possible tainted Chinese honey getting into the U.S. and past FDA inspectors. The honey laundering game played by Chinese exporters could be used to get numerous products into the U.S. that are currently red flagged by the...

Genetically Modified Crops Implicated in Honeybee Colony Collapse Disorder

1/11/2009 - As the disappearance of honeybees continues, researchers are trying desperately to discover the cause of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). General concensus at this point is that there is more than once cause and the latest culprit may be genetically modified crops. This is one area of research being...

Natural Remedies for Laryingitis

12/30/2008 - Laryngitis leaves a person speechless. At best, the person speaks in a raspy tone or in a whisper. Severe cases lead to a complete loss of the voice. It is inconvenient, especially if your occupation involves a great deal of vocal communication. Acute laryngitis lasts just a few days, but chronic cases...

Make Sure You Buy Your Honey Raw

12/2/2008 - What if you could find a magic potion that would sweeten your tea, create mind blowing delicious cakes and dramatically improve your health? You may be surprised to find that bees create this amazing elixir in the form of honey. That's right, raw, unadulterated honey is nature's oldest sweetener and...

Honey Is a Natural Alternative to Harmful Cough Medicines

8/28/2008 - With the current call for a ban of all cough medicines for children age 6 and under by an expert panel of the FDA, it's helpful to understand why these cough medicines are being reevaluated and to explore alternative remedies. The cough medicines are being recalled because they don't work well and...

Honey Better Than Cough Medicine For Soothing Kids' Cough Symptoms

7/21/2008 - Honey is a more effective cough remedy for children than many over-the-counter medications, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Penn State College of Medicine and published in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. "Honey provided the greatest relief of symptoms...

Manuka Honey Kills Resistant Superbug Bacteria that Antibiotics Can't

7/21/2008 - A honey-based dressing for wounds is effective even on injuries that are resistant to antibiotics, according to New Jersey manufacturer Derma Sciences Inc. The product, called Medihoney, is made from an absorbent material based on seaweed, and saturated with a variety of honey known as manuka, or...

How to Beat and Prevent the Avian Flu and Other Influenzas

4/23/2008 - Are you worried about the possible outbreak of the Avian Flu among humans? Perhaps you should be! I hope that all of the publicity about the Bird Flu proves to be a false alarm, as well as the theories that it may be a deliberately engineered flu, but I have to tell you that from what I have learned...

FDA Quietly Acknowledges Medical Benefits of Honey

3/21/2008 - In an Associated Press story dated December 27th 2007, it was revealed that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had quietly approved a line of honey-based wound dressings during the fall of that year. Derma Sciences, Inc., a New Jersey manufacturer of medical wound and skin care supplies, was then...

Raw Honey: Exploring the Benefits of This Ancient Superfood

3/18/2008 - Winnie the Pooh had his "huny pot". I stick my spoon, instead of my head, into the raw honey jar; my greed for this nutritious superfood is akin to Winnie's. Honeybees gather nectar for their honey stomachs and pollen for the baskets they carry on their back legs, and don't notice me as I sit on my...

Planning to Lose Weight This Year? Supplement With Honey

2/21/2008 - Losing weight has never been sweeter, as long as you use the right sweetener. A new study indicates that the use of table sugar or mixed sugar leads to weight gain. However, honey does not lead to weight gain. Diets including sugar were found to increase the levels of HbA1c, indicating higher levels...

The Truth About Honeybees Provide Clues to Their Disappearance

1/24/2008 - Honeybees are disappearing. Searching for likely causes leads us to find out about adulterated honey, poison in beehives and other shocking realities that few of us recognize. By now you've probably heard of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). It sounds bad and it is. When a hive is affected by CCD, the...

Knocking Out Superbugs With Antimicrobial UMF Honey

12/29/2007 - Recent articles on NaturalNews by Stephanie Whited and Celina Cook discuss bacteria infections that are resistant to drugs, see (http://www.NaturalNews.com/022276.html) and (http://www.NaturalNews.com/022281.html) respectively. Whited points out there are a number of natural foods, including honey, as...

Debating Honey: Symbiotic Food or Unnatural Poison?

12/14/2007 - Honey is an age-old food and medicine, dating back thousands of years at least. One would think that both believers in creation and believers in evolution would feel that honey is a symbiotic food and medicine. Still, one could make the same assumption about drinking the milk of other mammals, but...

Simple Recipes for Children’s Cough, Cold and Flu Syrups

12/12/2007 - Children's cough syrups are easy to make and much safer and more effective than over-the-counter cough and cold remedies that were just removed from store shelves. Coughs in children are quite common. Sometimes they are caused by colds and flu, other times; allergies and sinus congestion. A cough that...

Breakthrough honeybee drugs to treat Colony Collapse Disorder (satire)

5/18/2007 - Following the mysterious, accelerating collapse of honeybees across North America and Europe -- a condition dubbed "Colony Collapse Disorder" -- ConPfuzer, a top pharmaceutical company, has announced a new, patented medication designed to treat the disorder by drugging honeybees with psychotropic chemicals....

Mysterious collapse of honeybee populations threatens national food supply

3/21/2007 - The honeybee population in the United States is currently suffering a devastating collapse. Honeybees are flying off in search of pollen and nectar and simply never returning to their colonies. Have they all been kidnapped by mad beekeepers, or is something more frightening occurring with the pollinators...

Dark "honeydew" honey contains more antioxidants than light honey

3/13/2007 - The most healthful form of honey does not come from nectar, but rather from honeydew, a new Spanish study says. The darker honey, produced when bees collect honeydew from plants, has more antioxidants than other forms of honey. Jump directly to: conventional view | alternative view | resources |...

The healing power of honey: From burns to weak bones, raw honey can help

1/26/2007 - Raw honey – which has not been pasteurized or filtered, and ideally taken directly from the hive – is a treasure chest of nutritional value and medicinal remedies. It contains an abundance of vitamins and minerals and is a natural and powerful medicine, both internally and externally. The list of...

Honey helps problem wounds (press release)

9/28/2006 - A household remedy millennia old is being reinstated: honey helps the treatment of some wounds better than the most modern antibiotics. For several years now medical experts from the University of Bonn have been clocking up largely positive experience with what is known as medihoney. Even chronic wounds...

New Zealand honey being tested on cancer patients

7/7/2006 - Over the years, honey has become increasingly popular for its medicinal properties. The Ancient Egyptians thought of the substance as a cure-all, and now the Christie Hospital in Didsbury, Manchester, UK is studying the effects of New Zealand Manuka honey on mouth and throat cancer patients. The...

Health roundup: Herb bashing, black box warnings and Honey Nut Cheerios (satire)

2/16/2006 - All nutritional supplements have recently been found to be no good for anything. This is according to the latest research from all scientists, reported by all members of the mainstream media. The conclusions have been offered as a way to make scientific reporting more "time efficient," because discrediting...

Q&A: How do I reduce high cholesterol with the least amount of time, money and effort? (part 2)

10/13/2004 - This is part 2 of a 2-part article series on reducing high cholesterol. So far, we've talked about getting outside, getting natural sunlight on your skin, getting daily exercise, and choosing foods that promote health -- that is, the natural, raw, live foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and...

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