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Indian Gooseberry and Honey – Fight Anemia

Indian Gooseberry is abundant in Vitamin C and helps in iron absorption. Consuming Gooseberries soaked in honey on regular basis increases the red blood count and thereby prevents anemia.


  • Indian Gooseberries (Bigger)
  • 1 Cup of honey (approx. 300 g)


Wash and pat dry the Indian Gooseberries. Now, prick or slice the gooseberries and put them in a jar. Fill the jar with honey and cover it with a cheesecloth. Keep the jar under sunlight for 4-5 days. Leaving the gooseberries in the sunlight allows the water to leach out and make the honey a little watery.

PS: Always use pure raw honey from a reliable source. For the above-mentioned home remedy, we would recommend you use Raw Forest Honey from Kodaikanal hills

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Garlic and Honey: Relieves Hypertension, Cold, Cough and Sore Throat

Garlic a readily available home remedy that has been used for ages to cure a cold, cough, sore throat, sinus infection, skin infection, detoxify, reduce blood sugar and high blood pressure. Without a doubt, garlic is a panacea, but raw honey is pretty hard on the palate. A sweet workaround is to soak crushed garlic in raw honey and using it.


  • 10 – 12 Cloves of garlic
  • 1 Cup of honey (approx. 300 g)


Take around 10-12 garlic cloves and crush (crushing and not chopping releases the most potent chemical in garlic called Allicin) it. Mix the crushed cloves and raw honey and raw honey in a jar with the lid and leave it overnight and you are good to go.

You can take a tablespoon of garlic with honey on an empty stomach.

PS: Always use raw honey from a reliable source. To prepare the above-mentioned home remedy you can use Raw Forest Honey from Jawadhu hills


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Oatmeal, Honey and Yogurt Mask – Prevents Acne

Applying face mask prepared from mixing equal quantities of finely ground oatmeal, yogurt and honey prevents acne and also nourishes the skin and face. Pure honey helps to fade out scars obtained due to acne and also retains the moisture. Oatmeal acts as an exfoliating agent thus removing dead cells.


  • Oatmeal – 2 tbsp
  • Yoghurt – 2 tbsp
  • Honey – ½ tbsp


Add yoghurt to the finely grounded oatmeal in a bowl and mix well. Warm a few drops of honey and add it to the yoghurt and oatmeal mixture and stir well. The face pack is ready. Apply the paste in face for 15-20 minutes and rinse well.

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Honey cough syrup

Simple easy to make home-remedy for common cold using honey and other items available at home itself.


  • ½ cup lemon juice
  • 1 cup honey
  • 1 cup water
  • ½ teaspoon ground ginger
  • 2 lemon zest (grated outer skin of lemon)


Pour 1 cup water in a pan and combine lemon zest and ground ginger and boil the mixture for 5 minutes, then strain it into a heat-proof measuring cup. Rinse the pan out and pour honey in it and set it on low flame to ensure honey is not raised to more than 40 degree Celsius and the mixture of zest and ginger, continue stirring until it forms a thick syrup.


For children ages, 1 to 5, use 1/2 to 1 tsp. every 2 hours. For children ages, 5 to 12, use 1 to 2 tsp. every 2 hours. For children 12 and older and adults, use 1 to 2 T every 4 hours.*

* Remember, honey is recommended for children after the age of one.

Note: This syrup can be stored in the refrigerator for 2 months.