Did you know that honey has antibacterial properties, however, the quality (processing) of the honey is what determines whether or not it can be used for healing?
It’s been known that honey has beneficial properties that include (but not limited to) the following:
- the potential to promote healthier blood sugar control (when compared to other sweeteners)
- to aid in athletic performance when used as a food ingredient
- to boost immunity
Honey has been harvested for as far back as humans have been recording history and beyond. The earliest known record of honey harvesting is dated all the way back to 8,000 B.C.
Use this Healing Power of Honey PLR pack to educate your readers on the benefits of honey and it’s connection to healing the body of certain ailments. Use the report to give away to build a list, or sell it as your own ebook.
- Report – Healing Power of Honey, 11 pages, 2,690 words
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Report Sample: History of Honey
Honey has been harvested for as far back as humans have been recording history and beyond. The earliest known record of honey harvesting is shown in a cave painting found in Spain dated back to 8,000 B.C. However, it is now known that wild honey has been a major part of the ecosystem since before apes began to walk upright. Thanks to rare fossil finds and prehistoric fossilized amber finds we now know that honey bees were actually native to North America as early as 14 million years ago.
From 8000 B.C. to about 1500 AD honey was a major resource in trade. Honey was the primary ingredient used as sweetener in prepared foods as well as an array of other uses in that time. Honey was such an important food, that many people of power and nobility took the honey bee as their emblem or featured an image of the honey bee. Then sometime in the renaissance, sugar became the primary sweetener in Europe and honey became used less and less.