Our Honey stomach and intestines, calm the pain of stomach and intestines, eliminates the gas, and the swelling of the stomach, helps women who breastfeed have much milk, eliminates problems of vomiting, and digestion problems.
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Honey stomach and intestines
Honey stomach and intestines, mode of uses: a great spoon after each meal.
You should to shake the bottle before use.
During treatment avoid spicy food, and gaseous beverages.
You can not miss here the description of one of the most natural healing foods that exist, and for this there are two reasons: because honey is the product of pollen from the flowers made by bees and their great food and medicinal importance.
The fact that the honey has accompanied man throughout the centuries, is itself a strong guarantee its effectiveness, as it has been one of the most food-medicine that has experienced the best bank of existing tests : Humanity itself.
In the composition of Honey fall more than 70 different and more substances necessary for our body.
Honey consists essentially of glucose and levulose, monosaccharides very easily assimilated sugars; disaccharides (sugar beet and cane), before entering the blood undergo hydrolysis takes place in the small intestine under the influence of díastase called invertase. Then they are broken down into glucose and levulose, which are absorbed by the body at the level of the vein. Hence glucose is driven to the liver where it is put in reserve and is not released back into the blood circuit but as it is necessary.
Honey also contains calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, chlorine, phosphorus, sulfur and iodine. Spectral analysis of Buckwheat honey and a plurifloral Honey also allowed to reveal the presence of salts of manganese, silicon, aluminum, boron, chromium, copper, lithium, nickel, lead, tin, titanium, zinc, osmium. These mineral substances present in the body in trace quantities him play an important biological role, exerting a significant action on the nervous system, breathing tissue, hemopoiesis phenomena, etc. It is observed with age a net change of metabolism and trace elements content in blood and various organs. The contribution of these elements, particularly in the form of honey, then becomes more important.
The use of honey bees in case of lung diseases has been known since ancient times. Hippocrates already indicated that honey is an expectorant and a soothing cough. Avicenna recommended in the early stages of tuberculosis take, preferably in the morning, a mixture of honey and rose petals. Honey mixed with Hazel is according to him a very good remedy for chronic cough and promotes expectoration.
For centuries pulmonary tuberculosis with honey dissolved in milk treated. Almost a hundred years ago people suffering from pulmonary hemorrhage took Honey pure or mixed with carrot juice.
Numerous examples attest that honey is a remarkable remedy against pulmonary tuberculosis not lead us, however, to attribute specific properties in this domain. We can say that being a fortifying, accretion is likely the body's resistance to TB disease.
Conventional wisdom says that honey is the best friend of the stomach. Certain jobs and experiences indicate that honey promotes the process of assimilation to the intestine and is effective for constipation.
Foods that are subject absorb stomach for 2 to 3 hours and more to the action of gastric juice. They wanted to see how honey progressed into the gut and what was its effect on peristalsis, by people in good health part and the other on sick people. The experiments showed that the porridge mixed with honey remained in the stomach of 1-2 hours more than the porridge alone. Lime honey porridge incorporated attenuates the unpleasant taste and thus obtains a fluoroscopic image much clearer stomach. However, whether the porridge is pure as if it is mixed with honey, your progression through the small intestine and the large intestine no different.
Clinical observations led many authors to conclude that honey bees alone or mixed with the main food decreases the rate of acidity and therefore can be used as medicine and dietary food in case of gastrointestinal diseases accompanied by hyperacidity gastritis and ulcers .
The therapeutic effect of honey in cases of gastrointestinal ulcers was observed in 155 patients. Research has shown that the normalized Honey acidity and secretion of gastric juice, suppressing heartburn, nausea and pain.
The action of honey is also twofold: on the one hand, a local action that promotes ulcer healing of gastric mucosa (analogous to the healing of wounds and external ulcers action); and moreover, a booster action on the whole body, particularly on the nervous system. The latter action is the more important as it is accepted today that the emergence of ulcers of the stomach and duodenum would be due to the imbalance of nervous receptivity of these organs.
In case of ulcers, it is best to take honey as medicine an hour and a half or two hours before breakfast and dinner, and three hours after dinner. The effect is excellent taking it in solution in warm water and boiled. This, in effect, contributing to softening of the gastric wall mucus and rapid resorption without irritation of the bowel; heartburn also tends to decrease. But in cold, aqueous solution of honey increases the acidity, traces the passage of chyle into the intestine and irritate it. Honey absorption immediately before meals stimulate the secretion of gastric juice.
Thus, both empirical medicine and modern clinical methods attest that the honey bee is an excellent remedy for treating ulcers of the stomach and duodenum.
In various medical journals mention of studies on the influence of the honey in the case of kidney disease it is made. It is particularly recommended in severe cases. Its effectiveness is due to the fact that it contains very little protein and almost no salt (two substances contraindicated in diseases of the kidney). Honey is taken in this case with herbal teas based on medicinal plants. Doctors recommend it with black radish juice (half to one cup per day), with olive oil and lemon juice (one tablespoon three times a day).
Today, experts estimate that the affections of the bladder and urinary tract are a direct result of poor general condition of the whole organism that affects the heart, liver, nervous system and the endocrine system. In all cases, the best remedy is honey, because it is a 37-40% hypertonic glucose; in modern medicine, it is one of the most effective means used to help our body to work vigorously and fight disease. Glucose, easily assimilable, is, indeed, a precious food for our cells, regulates the osmotic balance between blood and tissues (disturbed balance in the case of acute nephritis) and can also serve as a diuretic. But honey, in addition to glucose, contains dozens of other important substances for our body.