In Ayurveda, honey is used for external and internal purposes. In ancient Ayurveda, honey is referred to as medicine, not food. It is mainly used for respiratory alignments, eye diseases, healing wounds, diabetes, Jaundice, Lipoma, worm infestation, Insomnia, Arteriosclerosis, etc. Modern researchers re-examined honey and recognized that it can be used for medical and nutritional purposes. Honey can also be used as a sweetener and natural preservatives. The fresh honey helps to increase the body weight and the old honey helps to lose body weight. Cold honey can be preferred to be in use while heated or hot honey causes toxic effects. Here you can see the Ayurvedic uses of Honey,
Different types of honey in Ayurveda
Useful for anaemia, eye diseases, and cough
Used to cure when blood vomits
Useful for the treatment of diabetes, worm infestation and when the blood is vomited.
Useful for the treatment of cough, vomiting, diabetes, and helps to increase digestion.
Used for the treatment of cough, tuberculosis, asthma, hepatitis, piles, and eye diseases
Useful for urinary infection and diabetes
Useful for the treatment of poisoning cases, leprosy and it will also help to increases the taste and swarasudhi
Ayurvedic uses of Honey
Caution Using Honey
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