Is honey good for colds?
Lick honey when you have a cold. Have you ever heard of that?
Even if it's not a cold, I often hear stories about how to prevent colds and boost immunity.
This is not a superstition, honey actually has the effect of relieving common cold symptoms such as sore throat, cough, and stuffy nose.
In addition, it has an antioxidant effect, which is effective for beauty, and has an antibacterial effect, so it is an effective ingredient for cold prevention.
However, there are many types of honey, and as you can see from the fact that bees make pollen from various flowers, honey is not a food with stable ingredients.
Not all honeys give the same effect consistently, but recently there are products such as manuka honey that specialize in honey's efficacy, so if you take honey for the onset of a cold, it's a little less expensive. Although it is stretched, it seems better to get something that claims its efficacy properly.
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada