Honey bees can fly at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour.

Honey helps take care of you. At the beginning of the year when it seems like you’re taking care of everyone except yourself, remember many of honey’s best benefits are found outside the kitchen:

It’s an energy booster. With unrelenting obligations tugging at you from every direction, you need to stay energized and in top form. Honey’s unique blend of organic sugars, glucose and fructose provides carbohydrates to fuel the body to perform at its best. A quick spoonful or a few squirts to your water bottle will give you that little extra to get through your busy day.

It’s a cough suppressant and sore throat soother. You just checked your schedule for the week and there’s just no time for feeling under the weather. So if you’re dealing with a nagging cough or just noticing a tickle in your throat, honey’s soothing and healing properties will get you back on the go.
Sore Throat Soother

It’s your beauty go-to. Honey is a humectant—it retains and adds moisture—so it’s ideal for at-home skin and hair care. In fact, with only a few additional pantry items, you can treat yourself to a SWEET spa treatment after a long, stressful day that will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed!
Honey for Beauty

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