Honey is Anti-Cancer

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“Is honey one of those anti-cancer foods? Can it cure cancer?” From time to time, I receive these questions from “Just Ask”.

Our heart goes out to those whose lives are troubled and threatened by cancer, but I had to reply and inform them that while honey is anti-cancer, it is not an antidote for cancer or a “cure-all”.

Powerful Influences of Bioflavonoids

Perhaps what many people don’t think enough of or have overlooked is – honey possesses carcinogen-preventing and anti-tumour properties; honey is curative; honey is anti-cancer. According to the book Honey Revolution by Dr Ron Fessenden, scientists have found floral flavonoids in honey. These tiny traces of bioflavonoids, generally known as antioxidants, have powerful influences when entered into the body’s cells. When ingested, they immediately increase the antioxidant levels within cells, “decrease capillary permeability and fragility. They scavenge oxidants and inhibit the destruction of collagen in the body”.

In fact in the recent years, major drug companies recognised the effectiveness of these flora-flavones in removing free radicals from our body and improving our body immunity functioning, and are now investing millions of dollars just to produce these substances artificially. Tell your family, friends that the foraging honeybees have passed on these precious natural floral-flavones from the floral nectars to honey and then to us! Look, you may not see the benefit of turning to healthful food overnight, but daily repetitive, anti-cancer choices will can potentially save your life from deadly diseases like cancers.

Prevention Better Than Cure

Surely all of us know that prevention is far better than cures, but sadly, the world has succumbed to the instant gratification syndrome. Just see how people are losing weight so quickly by taking diet pills, getting liposuction, or even starving. Working out things over time has become a waste of time. We want material wealth, relationships, and success now, totally abandoning the universal law of sowing and reaping. And with the exact attitude, we often put all our strength and focus into demanding instant cures of diseases and forget all about constant prevention with anti-cancer diet and lifestyle.

I want to share this story with you. Our local papers recently featured a retail magnate who was punished by the law for buying a kidney illegally. As reported, his kidneys failed in 2005 due to the high levels of sugar in his blood and his well-known penchant for “good food, especially the deep fried stuff”. He was tethered to his dialysis machine for three hours a day, and when he was not having dialysis, he would be with a doctor for heart problems and diabetes. When interviewed, he remarked that if he had listen to his doctors a decade or two ago, he might not have lost the use of his kidneys. Hindsight is always 20/20, he said.

Such stories must be powerful enough to jolt us out of our wilful nonchalance. Borrow the hindsight of those who have been there before and work on our health and picture in our mind the good health of our children 10, 20 years later. We can’t forecast freak diseases, accidents, and natural disasters of tomorrow, but we can definitely will ourselves to treating our body better by choosing wisely the kind of food to deposit into it today.

So, more anti-cancer foods, please.

Source: https://www.benefits-of-honey.com/anti-cancer.html

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    caitlin April 14, 2016 at 12:00 am

    This is a great tasting raw honey with a mountain of healing benifits. It’s a bit pricey but we’ll worth the money.Here are some Manuka Honey Nutrition Facts:What makes wedderspoon Manuka honey different is its amazing nutritional profile. Regular raw honey is already known for its tremendous nutritional and immune boosting abilities. Generally speaking, the typical raw unfiltered honey is a rich source of: (2)Amino acidsB vitamins (B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid), Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium ,Manganese, Phosphoru, potassium, Sodium and ZincYet with Manuka honey, the nutritional content is up to 4 timesthat of normal flower honeys. This is what is called the Unique Manuka Factor.Unique Manuka FactorIn 1981, researchers at the New Zealand University of Waikato discovered that Manuka honey has a considerably higher level of enzymes than regular honey. These enzymes create a natural hydrogen peroxide that works as an antibacterial. Some strains of this New Zealand honey are particularly rich in hydrogen peroxide, methylglyoxal and dihydroxyacetone.This medicinal trilogy helps make up what is referred to as the Unique Manuka Factor (UMF), a global standard in identifying and measuring the antibacterial strength of Manuka. (3) Essentially, the UMF is a guarantee that the honey being sold is of a medicinal quality.UMF is not found in the nectar of all Manuka flowers and, comparatively speaking, regular Manuka only contains the hydrogen peroxide antibacterial property that is common to most types of honey.What separates UMF Manuka from other Manuka varieties is that it has both the natural hydrogen peroxide and its own natural UMF antibacterial property, which greatly enhances it effectiveness. The UMF properties of Manuka is extremely stable and, unlike the hydrogen peroxide common in most honey, is not easily destroyed by heat, light and enzymes in the body.How to Verify Genuine UMF Manuka HoneyThe minimum UMF rating recognized is UMF5, however, it is not considered beneficial unless it carries a UMF 10+ level of antibacterial activity in the honey. Anything ranging from UMF10-UMF15 is a useful level, and anything UMF16 and up is considered a superior quality.Genuine UMF Manuka Honey will have these four things:It will have a UMF trademark clearly labeled on the front of the container.It will be from a New Zealand UMF licensed company and labelled in New Zealand.It will have the UMF company’s name and license number on the label.It will have a UMF rating number of 5-16+. If it is labeled without the UMF or without a number, then it is not the genuine article.According to the UMF association the UMF rating actually tests the antibacterial performance of a honey and compares it to phenol, a disinfectant. The Active Manuka Honey Association(AMHA) that does the testing states:“The presence of the special non-peroxide activity can be detected only by an array of scientific testing directly relating to the phenol standard. The rating has a one-to-one relationship to the phenol standard. “This means that a UMF rating of 20+ is equivalent in strength to a 20% solution of phenol. The ideal UMF rating varies depending on your purpose, but laboratory studies have shown that manuka honey with a non-peroxide activity level of UMF12 to UMF15 is effective against a wide range of very resistant bacteria.Here is an explanation of what manuka honey UMF you should use:0-4 Non-therapeutic4-9 Maintenance level with general honey health benefits10-14 Supports natural healing and bacterial balance15+ Superior levels of phenols that are highly therapeutic but shouldn’t exceed taking 1 tbsp at a timeTop 10 Manuka Honey BenefitsManuka honey health benefits have been touted in the natural health world for a long time and even more in recent years because a growing body of research is starting to support thousands of years of folk medicine use. Some of the top Manuka honey uses are:1. SIBO, Low Stomach Acid, Acid RefluxSmall intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), low stomach acid and acid reflux go hand-in-hand. Because of Manuka honey’s known natural antibiotic qualities, it is a great medicine for any bacteria related disorder. In fact, in a recent study, one dangerous bacteria related to all three conditions, Clostridium difficult was found to be quite susceptible to Manuka honey’s bactericidal effects. (4) So taking Manuka honey is very beneficial at reducing reflux and balancing your digestive system to heal stomach and intestinal imbalances.2. Acne and EczemaThe Internet is filled with patient testimonials that Manuka honey works marvelously for acne and eczema patients. At this time there are no clinical trials to support these claims, but this doesn’t bother me at all. Taking into account its proven antimicrobial and healing properties, it makes every bit of sense to assume that honey can help with these skin conditions. Most people claim that applying honey on affected areas for a few minutes, and then washing off with gentle soap and water usually does the trick. Repeat this every day or every other day for the best results!3. Staph Infections (MRSA)You’ve probably heard of the super bug that has plagued hospitals the past several years, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (or MRSA). What has happened is that antibiotic overuse and drug ineffectiveness has caused certain strains of Staph to become virtually indefensible using typical hospital and nursing home medical protocols. Spreading so rapidly, most people affected by MRSA end up getting so infected that they require invasive procedures or devices such as surgeries, artificial joints or intervenes tubing to save their lives (5)This past March, however, UK researchers from Cardiff Metropolitan University have offered us some natural hope. They discovered thatManuka honey down-regulates the most potent genes of the MRSA bacteria. Some scientists now suggest that regular topical use on cuts and infections (especially in the hospital and nursing home setting) may keep MRSA naturally at bay.4. Burns, Wounds & UlcersAccording to a recent article in theJundishapur Journal of Natural Pharmaceutical Products, “The use of honey leads to improved wound healing in acute cases, pain relief in burn patients and decreased inflammatory response in such patients.” (6) Moreover, because of its rich anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory characteristics, Manuka honey has been shown to prevent infection in people with venous ulcers. (7) It has also been used quite effectively as a wound dressing to promote rapid, improved healing.5. Tooth Decay & GingivitisSeveral studies have come out recently describing how Manuka honey can help cure gingivitis and periodontal disease. Due to its superior antimicrobial properties, researchers from the School of Dentistry, University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand) discovered that chewing or sucking on a Manuka honey product not only caused a 35% decrease in plaque, it led to a 35% reduction in bleeding sites in people suffering from gingivitis! (8) Also calcium, zinc, and phosphorus are all important nutrients for healing teeth.6. IBS and IBDWhen evaluating the effect that Manuka honey has on experimentally induced inflammatory bowel disease in rats, researchers from Chandigarh Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research discovered several astounding findings: (9)Manuka honey at different doses provided protection against TNBS-induced colonic damage.There was significant protection with Manuka honey 5 g/kg as well as with 10 g/kg body weight compared with the control.All the treated groups showedreduced colonic inflammation and all the biochemical parameters were significantly reduced compared with the control in the Manuka honey treated groups.Manuka honey at different dosesrestored lipid peroxidation as well as improved antioxidant parameters. Morphological and histological scores were significantly reduced in the low dose Manuka honey treated group.In the inflammatory model of colitis, oral administration of Manuka honey 5 g/kg and Manuka honey 10 g/kg body weight significantly reduced the colonic inflammation.So Manuka honey not only healed intestinal inflammation and pain, but also repaired free radical damage, and protected against further damage!7. Sore Throats and ImmunityIn 2007, data published in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology suggested that, “A 5.8-kDa component of Manuka honey stimulates immune cells via TLR4.” (10) This is interesting because previous studies have indicated that honey stimulates cytokine production from human monocytes.Coupling with this 2011 research showing how Manuka stops the growth of sore throat-causing Strepbacteria, it is no wonder that so many people benefit almost instantly from taking a spoonful of honey when they don’t feel well. (11) And recently it has even been approved by the National Cancer Institute to be used to heal inflammation in the throat from chemotherapy!8. Allergies and SinusitisThere are many anecdotal accounts of people receiving allergy relief after eating honey are all over the internet. There is even a study with honey and birch pollen that had remarkable results. The participants were given regular honey, honey with birch pollen added to it, and some used only their allergy medicines as a control group. The results were impressive:“…patients reported a 60% lower total symptom score, twice as many asymptomatic days, and 70% fewer days with severe symptoms, and they used 50% less antihistamines compared to the control group.” They also found that there was very little difference between the birch pollen honey users and the regular honey users! So, taking Manuka honey on a regular basis can really help your seasonal allergies and lessen your need for medications!(12)9. Beauty Treatment & Health BoosterTaken daily Manuka honey has an elixir effect that boosts energy and enhances your quality of life.Because of its nutrient dense profile, it boosts vitality, youthful energy, and has been known to improve skin tone and texture.Use it in a homemade face wash to exfoliate and fight free radicals in the skin. Use it in your shampoo or a hair mask, to boost the shine of your hair. One of my favorite uses is in a detox drink, to get the most benefits inside and out!10. Improves SleepManuka Honey helps to promote restful deep sleep. It slowly releases the glycogen needed for essential bodily functions during sleep. Adding honey to milk at bedtime helps the body release melatonin into the brain which is necessary for deep sleep.There are many health disorders associated with poor sleep such as, heart disease, type II diabetes, stroke, and arthritis. Since honey is proven to aid in quality sleep; it also helps lower the risk of these and many other heath problems.This raw Manuka honey gets 5 stars and a strong recommendation to buy as it has help me and my family in soooo many ways.****** If you enjoyed my review please vote this review as helpful and feel free to ask me any additional questions and I’ll answer them to the best of my abilities. Please click on my name to read my reviews on other healing supplements and natural remedies that has helped me and my family.**

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    Bycaitlin April 15, 2016 at 12:00 am

    This honey. Where to begin? It is AMAZING. I have given this to my friends with the bacteria H. Pylori, acid reflux, and stomach discomfort. Each and every one of them loves it and swears by it. Is it expensive ? Oh goodness, yes. Does it work? A resounding YES. Is it worth it? 100% YES! This product is so good, and the taste is so delicious, it is simply worth every single penny. It has a color of liquid gold, smells somewhat minty, and is extremely viscous. This honey is only found in the top hills of New Zealand where the manuka plant grows, and the huge bees that fly up at that elevation, giving a world renown quality and flavor that is so unique, I promise you, you will not regret trying this out. As a longtime Amazon customer, I rely on reviews from the Amazon community when making buying decisions. That being said, I only believe in giving honest and unbiased reviews. If this review was helpful to you in any way please click below.Thanks for reading!

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    Sheldon O. Johnson June 30, 2016 at 12:00 am

    I wrote a review but, I did not click the stars. This is a good product, just don’t expect store bought taste. The flavor is not unpleasant, just different. I have a number of health problems that I will try to correct with my diet. I have used manuka honey before. It is a high quality product with numerous benefits for your health.

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    Amazon Customer October 13, 2016 at 12:00 am

    Just started but seems to help with allergies. Would reccomend, and will buy again.

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    Pam Dial January 21, 2017 at 12:00 am

    It is good honey. Not sure about the healing abilities, but feel good using it. I deduct a star due to price.

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    Bythe real Kira Stoyko March 8, 2017 at 12:00 am

    I’ll just start off by saying that this is the honey I’ve been looking for and will be buying it forever.I moved and lost my supplier who was a local beekeeper and had the perfect honey on the darker side, without being too bold. This is the seventh bottle/jar of honey to join my kitchen in my quest. That’s apparently how particular I’ve become, which was a shock to both me and my wallet. I tried to deal with sub par or too strong honey, but just couldn’t. It’s my simple pleasure.I drink green tea non stop and sweeten it with honey. The tea is quality loose, single source, so it needs a nice honey, a honey with the right amount of soul – if you will.You can get some Aretha Franklin level soul honeys, but it will completely overpower the lighter flavor of the tea. Same way you can get Jonas Brothers level soul and, while it pleases some people, just ends up tasting plainly sweet.I wanted, needed, a nice Adele soul level honey. It has body, it has pizazz, it will not be forgotten (and for more than unjustly getting an award over another honey, but I digress). It compliments and is versatile and will suit your daily honey uses.So I hum Rolling in the Deep while stirring this honey into my tea, knowing it will perfectly compliment it, leaving a warm impression without completely bowling over everything else.

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    TladyMiree March 19, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Tastes great! I love that it’s local and it has the best cap on it I’ve ever seen! It doesn’t drip like other honey containers!

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    BySheldon O. Johnson March 22, 2017 at 12:00 am

    LOVE Manuka honey!! This came same day as ordered. We used it when we were hit with the flu and it went to work immediately. Remember to use a plastic spoon when using Manuka or any other raw honey products as the metal can inhibit the enzymes. Will keep this in stock.

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    the real Kira Stoyko May 15, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Item came to me damaged twice. The first time the bottle had a hole in the bottom. The second time the lid was broken.

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    ByTxgal58 May 18, 2017 at 12:00 am

    My favorite raw honey and excellent price! I buy the 40 oz big bottles regularly. I love this honey, love the bottle. Great product!

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    Txgal58 July 7, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Easy anywhere anytime honey. Perfect portion. Need honey for a cup of tea at work or anywhere on the go, this is a must have.

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    ByPam Dial July 28, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Great honey. Very thick and varies so different than normal honey I digest. The thickness that is.

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    ByAmazon Customer October 9, 2017 at 12:00 am

    I use it with my tea, I use it when I have a sore throat, I even use it as a face mask to clear my skin. Looks like liquid gold and tastes delicious. I don’t think this is a cure all but i do think it helped me when my family and I had a Cold.

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    Brent Vogl October 21, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Good value. I use it when baking certain yeast breads, to feed the yeast. Very effective. And dribble it on buttered toast occasionally.

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    ByBrent Vogl October 22, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Other reviewers mentioned their bottles arrived leaking or open, but the two I got were in perfect condition. The honey is delicious, and I would order it again.

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    ByTladyMiree October 29, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Tastes good. Not as sticky or sweet as a texas honey we have, but a very rich flavor. I actually prefer the taste of this. The packaging is also nice and has a check valve that keeps the honey from coming out of the bottle if you knock it over, but still flows nicely when you squeeze it.

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