Wild honey is a wonderful energy source that is easily absorbed and has quick effects for everyone-healthy and weak, young and old.
Honey is used for malnutrition, chronic bronchitis and gastritis, stomach and duodenal ulcers, constipation, neurasthenia, cardiac weakness, hepatitis, pulmonary tuberculosis, hypertension, frostbite, burns and skin protection as well.
Being directly absorbed into the body without the process of digestion and decomposition, honey is not hard on the stomach and liver, and pure honey does not cause diabetes.
Take 10-20g a day, as it is or diluted in water, on an empty stomach or before having sauna. It can also be applied to the skin (When honey is taken mixed with water, the water temperature should not be higher than 50℃ lest enzymes, vitamins and other physiological activators should be destroyed and the nutritive value should be lowered.)
Hardening of honey is not a chemical change but a physical phenomenon (glucose hardens in low temperature). Hardened honey can be taken as it is or after dissolving it by putting the honey container in water of about 50℃.
Honey is supersaturated liquid of high concentration, so it strongly sucks water ad may be fermented and degenerate. That is way it should be kept in tightly-closed containers in a dark, cool and dry place and away from materials of different smells.