Is the honey that we purchase from the stores pure in quality?

vpaulose By vpaulose, 20th Jul 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/_0a4hmya/
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Honey is a very good medicine. It kills bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. Thus, it is a staple for the hard-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic leg ulcers, burns, even wounds with gangrene. We purchase honey from stores. But are they pure in quality?

Honey is sweet

Honey is sweet. It has been the best medicine from ancient days for most of the ailments. Honey is a very good medicine in every aspect. It kills bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics. Thus, it is a staple for the hard-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic leg ulcers, burns, even wounds with gangrene. It is an effective remedy for skin problems.

Studies show that honey speeds up the growth of various body tissues. It promotes overall health of the body by forming new blood vessels, collagen, and the epithelial cells that cover the underlying tissue.

The health benefits of honey are many. But the question here is whether we can get real honey. We purchase honey from stores. But are they pure in quality?

Do we purchase pure honey from the stores?

Studies have revealed that around 75 percent of honey sold on the US market is not real. Investigation by Food Safety News has brought out that today's mass produced honey is without real pollen and that it may be artificially processed and laundered from places where they produce it cheaper.

Honey producing experts state that real honey must contain true microscopic particles of pollen. The World Health Organization also has insisted this.
Just wait for a moment before purchasing honey in the market and inquire if it is real.

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Chemicals, Enquire, Health Promoting, Honey, Kills Bacteria, Purchase, Pure Quality

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author avatar Shirley Shuler
20th Jul 2013 (#)

Interesting post vpaulose, you make a good point.

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you dear sister.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
20th Jul 2013 (#)

very good and enlightening...I only buy Monorka Honey from New Zealand...expensive but so very good and healthy...

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you dear Caroline.

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author avatar Grumpybear
20th Jul 2013 (#)

Good point, I had pause to check that too. I asked for honey,my husband bought me syrup lol. I threw it away, as I am diabetic. He has bought me honey every since. As my sister told me, bacteria can't grow in honey. :)

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Syrup is dangerous. Thank you dear.

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author avatar Trillionaire
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thanks, I love honey!

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you dear friend.

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author avatar Johnny Knox
21st Jul 2013 (#)

A very good point which is true not only for honey but for many other products as well. The problem is that most of them are manufactured instead of produced.

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Commercial world gives only manufactured honey. Thank you.

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author avatar Carol
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Great post vpaulose, I have been told that honey is good for hay fever, which I suffer from although I do take a pilll for it!

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you dear sister Carol.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
21st Jul 2013 (#)

I always suspect the purity as some honey is sold cheap. A very useful post VP - siva

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author avatar vpaulose
21st Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you dear Siva.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
23rd Jul 2013 (#)

Many thanks vpaulose...

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author avatar vpaulose
24th Jul 2013 (#)

Thank you my sister for the comment.

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author avatar simplyoj
10th Aug 2013 (#)

I love honey and I take it daily. Yes, we should choose and take extra care in purchasing honey.

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19th Aug 2013 (#)

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