How To Make Your Own Healing Honey Infusions

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How To Make Your Own Healing Honey Infusions
How To Make Your Own Healing Honey Infusions. Image – (with permission)

We’ve just discovered a great tutorial for 5 different herbal infusions using honey. According to the tutorial, these simple recipes will keep for up to 6 months and are a valuable home remedy to keep on hand – or even just use day to day. What’s even better is that you don’t have to be feeling poorly to enjoy them! 😉

I’ve written at length about the benefits of raw honey – and for those who are not aware of the benefits of raw honey, or the big difference in quality between various honeys, I would recommend to check out my original raw honey post which has much information.

As for the herbs and spices included in these recipes – we’ve also written about some of these in full, glorious detail: Cinnamon, Ginger, and Clove. So if you are interested to learn “more than most will ever know” about these herbs, be sure to check out these articles and the rest of the Individual Herbs section of the site.

One thing to note about honey – it is better when it has not been heated. This is because the delicate enzymes that are part of the nutritional benefit are damaged by heat. This is one of the reasons for the preference for raw honey. So you might wish to experiment with creating these honeys without using heat.

Here are a few “bonus” ideas for the adventurer:

Rosemary honey makes a fantastic glaze for salmon or chicken.

Lavender or rose honey works well with tea.

Hazelnuts in honey is a delicious delicacy found in Italian delicatessens. You could also try walnuts or other nuts in honey…. it’s not so much a ‘herbal infusion’ but hey, it’s a real gourmet treat. 🙂

Ok, here is the link to the full tutorial:

Let us know how you get on, on our Facebook Page or in the comments.

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    I would like a good sugar scrub if you have one plz.

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  • By arodeth, January 25, 2014 @ 12:08 pm

    Heating honey is not good, when heating honey it changes its chemical structure and toxins are released during this proces. You make your own poison if you heat honey.

  • By Khun Siwalai, January 25, 2014 @ 7:12 pm

    Honey should never be heated as it losses its beneficial properties.
    How about using essential Oils with Honey?

  • By Olivia Wong, February 21, 2014 @ 12:40 am

    I need a remedy to make hair grow back on my sons head. Please

  • By mariqueta arreglo, June 9, 2014 @ 11:13 pm

    Wow thanks a lot !! Never thought there are so much possibilities we can create on tea flavorings using what we have in fridge and,garden .

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