Bees make five to 12 trips from the hive each day.
It is nature's natural sweetener (fructose/glucose).
It helps sustain favorable blood sugar concentrations for endurance training and is an efficient and enduring carbohydrate ingested for peak athletic performance.
It is used as a topical antiseptic to treat minor burns, wounds and sores. It is an antibacterial and antifungal agent.
It raises blood levels of protective polyphenolic antioxidant compounds.
It has antioxidant levels equal to spinach, apples, oranges or strawberries.
It contains trace elements of vitamins, minerals (magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphate) and amino acids.
It has no fat, no trans fats and no gluten.
It is an excellent source of energy.
It is a great substitute for sugar.
It is an assimilable carbohydrate, a source for energy and tissue generation along with promotion of oxidation.
It is a better cough suppressant than over-the-counter medicines.


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