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Honey Badami

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Almonds are one of the most nutritious foods around, loaded with calcium, potassium and magnesium. They have no cholesterol and are high in polyunsaturated oil. It soothes dry skin, enhances brain power, relieves tension, reduces bad cholesterol (LDL), removes constipation, nourishes the body and keeps it warm in winters. Almonds increase libido and enhance general sexual performance in cases of frigidity too.

Honey still retains its reputation as a remedy for chest complaints, particularly for removing phlegm. It acts as a decongestant and is also an effective treatment for colds, flu, and a generally depressed immune system. Whereas sugar shuts down the immune system, a good quality honey will stimulate it into action. Honey helps to retain calcium in the body.

The French believed that newlyweds were to have drinks containing honey for 30 days following their wedding, and the word “honeymoon” originated from this custom. In ancient times, honey was a source of sugar and was valued for its medicinal benefits. The medicinal uses of honey are mentioned in the Talmud, the Quran, and ancient Egyptian documents. The addition of honey to food helps stimulate digestion and regulate acidity.

COMPOSITION :

Each 200 g contains:

Prunus amygdalus (Badam) 50 g

Mel (Shahed) 150 g

INDICATIONS :

Hyperacidity, phlegmatic cough, low immunity, colds, flu, anaemia, asthma, bronchitis, soar throat, cerebral atony, constipation, depressed libido, depression, general debility, hyperlipemia, sexual debility and stress.

CONTRAINDICATIONS :

None

SIDE EFFECTS :

None

DOSAGE :

One tablespoon twice a day.

PRESENTATION :

In packs of 200 g.

USED FOR DISEASES:

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    Plastic Container

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