Immune System​

"Multiple studies suggest that honey consumption may exert beneficial effects on the immune response."​ Related to these, it has been described the effect of honey on the multiplication of T and B lymphocytes and the activation of neutrophils under cell culture conditions. (Abuharfeil et al., 1999).​ Honey stimulates the release of inflammatory cytokines, cells that are involved in a large number of immune response functions in infectious processes (Molan, 2001).​

The best energy for sports​

“Many athletes opt for sports gels to meet their energy needs before and during exercise. However, honey may be more effective in energy delivery and muscle recovery. "​ There are many reasons to incorporate honey as part of your daily diet. One of them is that it delivers a long-lasting and efficient energy boost for your daily physical activity.​ Several studies compare sports gels and honey with placebos. These show that athletes who consume sports gels or honey are able to achieve greater speed and generate more energy in the last effort. ​


"Some honeys like Quillay’s , have outstanding levels of antioxidants"​ It is important to note that unlike many daily use sweeteners, which do not contain antioxidant properties, honey does have them thanks to phenolic compounds, flavonoids and certain minerals who possess these characteristics.​ On the other hand, we often associate fruits and vegetables with this property, but many of our honeys are comparable to apples, oranges and some strawberries in antioxidant levels.​


"The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends honey as a cough remedy“. The use of over-the-counter cough and / or cold medications is discouraged by professional societies and the FDA. Honey could be a safe and inexpensive alternative for treating coughs. Many studies support that pure honeys are better than syrups with synthetic additives to relieve coughs and improve sleep. For upper respiratory tract infections, honey can be a beneficial treatment for nighttime coughs and trouble sleeping associated with IRTS.​

Curing and healing wounds​

"Recent studies have found that Ulmo honey has outstanding curing and healing properties."​ Since 2012, Universidad de la Frontera, in Temuco, Chile, has carried out studies with ULMO honey and other additives, in chronic wounds (venous ulcers, diabetic foot and burns). These therapies showed excellent results in wound healing, which is very fast compared to other conventional treatments. This, thanks to the fact that Ulmo honey has antibacterial, debriding, non-adherent properties. Also it is easy to apply and remove, being very well accepted by patients for its painless and odor neutralizing characteristics.​


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