Apitherapy is an integral part of herbal medicine, as an aid in the treatment of various ailments. Daily use of bee products (honey, propolis, royal jelly and pollen) in the diet can preserve health and prevent diseases.
The peculiarity of the consumption of bee products is that the organism cannot get used to their constant use as with products of synthetic origin.
Honey is a biocatalyst, so any honey is good for digestion , it always associates us with something healthy, natural and perfect. There are many reasons for taking honey every day - healthy teeth and gums, proper digestion and stools, more successful metabolism, more elastic and healthier skin, resistance to viruses, bacteria, allergies increases.
Honey is rich in prebiotics and probiotics . Recently, a rich and diverse set of beneficial bacteria has been discovered in the gut of honey bees. A collection of 50 unknown species from the genera Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium was found. Further investigation of these strains showed a connection between bacteria and bees at least 80,000 million years old. By consuming honey, we can significantly influence the gut macrobiotics and it is one way to reconnect with the ancient symbiotic flora that in our modern, sterilized, irradiated and cooked world has been almost completely eradicated from our soil, environment and food. This finally explains why honey effectively treats many digestive disorders.
On the other hand, it contains practically all vitamins and minerals and many useful enzymes. Also, honey is the perfect medium for adding medicinal herbs. Honey to which seeds and herbs have been added is a quick and nutritionally rich "bomb". Fast, because it is abundant in fructose and glucose, nutritious because it contains a wide spectrum of micro and macro nutrients and various protective biologically active compounds.
The seeds and medicinal plants in honey are safe, protected from oxidation, last longer, do not lose their beneficial properties, and above all, togetherness in honey increases the positive synergistic effect.