Honey in the treatment of liver diseases and bile ducts
Honey has a healing effect on the liver and bile ducts. It contains valuable ingredients to improve carbohydrate, protein, fat and vitamin metabolism, and it also transfers the compounds resulting from these changes.
Bees honey is a product composed of 70-80% simple sugars which the liver easily assimilates. Sugar-fructose is almost entirely used for glycogen synthesis (liver sugar in the liver).
The consequence of this is the acceleration of metabolism in tissues, as well as the intensification of protective and degenerating activity in the liver.
Sugar - glucose also degreases and protects the liver, and at the same time is very nutritious. Choline, which occurs in honey - lowers the level of lipids (fats) in the liver and has a choline and cholagogic effect.
Enzymes and antibiotic substances contained in honeybee honey play an additional role. They have a particular effect on the treatment of viral liver diseases.
Take honey orally (better solution):
- adults: 1-2 tablespoons in a glass of water (liquid) 3 times a day 1-1.5 hours before eating
- children: 1 - 2 teaspoons 3 times a day.
Caution! Honey may be added to tea, herbal infusions (one or more ingredients).
Honey recipes on the liver and bile ducts
1) Add 1/2 lemon juice and a teaspoon of olive oil to the 12.5 dag of honey. You mix with each other. Take 1-2 tablespoons in the morning (fast fasting) and in the evening before bedtime.
Mixture recommended for the treatment of viral hepatitis and for the detoxification of liver cells.
2) 20 dag of fresh curd you grind in the machine and add 10 dag of liquid honey. Dissolve to a uniform mass.
Eat with bread in liver disease.
4) Add a spoonful of honey and whole lemon juice to one glass of lime tea.
Drink 2 times a day with a glass.
In addition, take pollen and royal jelly. Use in liver diseases.
Bee cite (propolis)
It is also used in the treatment of liver and bile ducts.
The conducted studies have shown that it has protective effect on liver cells, and its effect is to accelerate the metabolism of nucleic acids and glycogen in the liver, as well as to reduce the level of cellular enzymes coming from the inside of damaged liver cells (aminotransferases - ALAT and AspAT).
It has a detoxifying effect in case of poisoning, e. g. arsenic, ethanol, carbon tetrachloride, etc.