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Honey is amazing. This golden liquid predates sugar by thousands of years.  Why is honey important? Not only does it taste good, but honey also offers incredible antiseptic, antioxidant and cleansing properties. The medicinal properties of honey are expansive – it is effective for burns, soothing pain, for digestion, for wound care, and the list goes on and on.

Honey is also delicious and comes in so many different aromas and flavors. It is prized for its culinary contribution, and it is also quite nutritious.

And let’s not forget beauty. Honey has been used for centuries in various beauty preparations, too. Everything from scrubs and soaps to moisturizers and hair care products.  And it is very easy and inexpensive to incorporate honey into your beauty routine.

So, my friend, the benefits of honey are indeed great. This amazing ingredient deserves its place in history as one of the world’s greatest gifts. As you explore the pages of my website, I’m sure you will be just as awed as I am by honey and what it can do for you.  You’ll find the very best uses for honey right here.

I am compelled to push honey to the forefront because I have seen what it has done in my own life and that of others. Unfortunately, honey has gotten a bad reputation for years because it has been pushed to the background in favor of table sugar or corn syrup, and people just don’t realize its outstanding properties and how powerful it is. I guess you could say that the “glow” of honey has been lost over the centuries, but not forgotten. It is still as useful today as it was hundreds of years ago.

So, come explore honey with me. Let me show you just how important honey is and what it can do for you.

My wish is that honey finds its way back to take its prestigious spot in the world.