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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

You’re chances of dying are greater in the taxi cab on the way to/from an airport than on the actual flight itself. Having excessive body hair is linked to higher intellect.   Honey is the only natural food that is made without destroying any kind of life. A woman will base 55% of her initial impression of a man on his appearance, 38% on his style of speaking, and 7% on what he actually says.   ~ Happy Friday!~ source: @Fact…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

North American school buses are yellow because humans see yellow faster than any other color, which is important for avoiding accidents. People fall in love on average 7 times before marriage. Psychologists have found that whenever you’re in a bad mood, you can feel better just by forcing yourself to smile. A teaspoon of honey is actually the lifework of 12 bees. Washing your hands makes you more optimistic. Shy people tend have great observational skills, making it easier to…

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Fun Fact Friday

Fun Fact Friday

You can actually be addicted to cheese. When your body digests it, opiates are released, triggering the addictive element. Bees are directly responsible for the production of 70% of fruits, vegetables, seeds, and nuts that we consume on a daily basis. Your nose can remember 50,000 different scents. Honey is the only natural food that is made without destroying any kind of life. Honey is the only natural food that is made without destroying any kind of life.   Crying…

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9 Reasons To Eat Honey Daily

9 Reasons To Eat Honey Daily

 The possible health benefits of honey have been documented in early Greek, Roman, Vedic, and Islamic texts and healing qualities of honey were referred to by philosophers and scientists all the way back to ancient times, such as Aristotle (384-322 BC) and Aristoxenus (320 BC). – Joseph Nordqvist, Medical News Daily For something that tastes so good, honey isn’t consumed all that often. Besides being delicious, honey is also densely packed with valuable nutrition, such as nutrients. Honey is also…

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Drink a Little Bit Of This To Fall Asleep Fast and Stay Asleep

Drink a Little Bit Of This To Fall Asleep Fast and Stay Asleep

When we think of the best foods to eat at night, raw honey might not pop into our heads because of how sweet it is, and eating anything sweet before bed typically doesn’t end well. But raw honey is different because of its natural composition, to the point where some doctors are even recommending it be taken before bedtime. Among them is Dr. Ron Fessenden, MD, who authored the book ‘The Honey Revolution: Restoring the Health of Future Generations.’ Fessenen…

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Health Benefits of Honey

Health Benefits of Honey

Honey has been used by countless cultures all around the world over the past 2,500 years. While the numerous health benefits of honey have made it an important element of traditional medicines such as Ayurvedic treatments, scientists are also researching the benefits of honey in relation to modern medicine, particularly in the healing of wounds. It is known as Honig in German, Miele in Italian, Shahad in Hindi, Miel in French and Spanish, Mel in Portuguese, мед in Russian, Honing…

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5 Honey Facts You Might Not Know

5 Honey Facts You Might Not Know

October 20, 2014      By Dr. Mercola Honey has been valued as a natural sweetener long before sugar became widely available in the 16th century. Honey production flourished in ancient Greece and Sicily, for instance, while animals other than humans – bears, badgers, and more – have long raided honeybee hives, risking stings for the sweet reward.1 Honey is truly a remarkable substance, made even more extraordinary by the process with which it is made. This blend of sugar,…

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Honey & Cinnamon

Honey & Cinnamon

 Cinnamon Cinnamon has a long history of use in both Eastern and Western cultures as a medicine. Some of its reported uses are in cases of arthritis, asthma, cancer, diarrhea, fever, heart problems, insomnia, menstrual problems, peptic ulcers, psoriasis, and spastic muscles. There are scientific studies to support some of these uses. Some of the confirmed effects of cinnamon are as a sedative for smooth muscle, circulatory stimulant, carminative, digestant, anticonvulsant, diaphoretic, diuretic, antibiotic, and antiulcerative. One recent investigation of…

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20 Pain Killers in your Kitchen

20 Pain Killers in your Kitchen

A GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO TAKING MEDICATION 20 Painkillers in Your Kitchen Make muscle pain a memory with ginger When Danish researchers asked achy people to jazz up their diets with ginger, it eased muscle and joint pain, swelling and stiffness for up to 63 percent of them within two months. Experts credit ginger’s potent compounds called gingerols, which prevent the production of pain-triggering hormones. The study-recommended dose: Add at least 1 teaspoon of dried ginger or 2 teaspoons of chopped…

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7 Ayurvedic Tips for Fighting the Common Cold

7 Ayurvedic Tips for Fighting the Common Cold

April 14, 2012 Shubhra Krishan I am sure we all have our own little tricks for dealing with the common cold. Some of us straightaway pop decongestant and sinus-relief tablets, others try to blow it all out loud and clear. Ayurveda, I have realised, offers some truly helpful advice for increasing your immunity, so that the nuisance simply doesn’t happen—or at least bugs you much less frequently. I’ve tried all these tips, with success. Sharing them with you: 1. Keep…

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