Manuka Honey & Kelly Rae Roberts

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Today I am blogging in honor and support of one of my heroes, the lovely Kelly Rae Roberts. It is because of her work that, not only am I so very inspired,…. I see now that a long heart-felt dream that I have had since childhood can, and will become a reality. Thank you Kelly Rae!

Recently Kelly Rae expressed that she and her precious toddler that she perfectly named, “True”, has been feeling under the weather. So today I am sharing with her as well as all of you who may possibly be unaware of the miraculous results of using Manuka Honey.

Born from bees that collect the nectar from the Manuka trees of New Zealand, this honey has an array of benefits. Most of all Manuka honey contains MethylGlyoxal which is 200 times more powerful than regular honey. Manuka honey has very powerful  antibacterial properties.  Here is a list of just a few of the ailments you can treat with Manuka Honey.

1. Colds, flu symptoms,

2.  Outer ulcers

3. Mrsa

4. Sinus, ear, and eye infections.

5. Wounds

6. Gingivitis

There are different grades of Maunka honey. Research claims that the honey should be 15+ or higher to prove active enough to receive the best results.  Science studies claim that another benefit is that, unlike antibiotics, this honey does not cause the resistance of bacteria and super bugs that develop after repeated exposure to common antibiotics.

I  personally have used Manuka honey to heal a bout of contact dermatitis that I picked up from a chemical exposure. I applied the honey, in addition to using pure aloe vera from my plants. The rash went away within days rather than the typical 2 to 3 weeks it normally takes to heal something such as this. I applied it topically and internally and the results were quite fascinating actually. I could see the swelling go down immediately upon application. I am allergic to the conventional steroid cream that the doctor prescribed, so I decided to try the honey and it worked! Thank goodness for me!

My sisters  also use it for their children, for prevention of sinus infections and colds. If one of the kids seems like they are facing the onslaught of a cold or infection, just a spoonful or two of Manuka Honey and they are feeling better in no time. However, Manuka does have a warning label not to use with any child under the age of two years old.

Remember that song from Mary Poppins? ♪ just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down ♪♪♪…well, I think they just may be been referring to Manuka Honey. :)

I have another sister whose dog got attacked by a wild bear. The poor dog was pretty tore up. She used the Manuka Honey on his wounds and he is all healed up quite nicely.  Other than if you have a possible allergy to bees, I highly recommend the use of this amazing New Zealand honey.

Of course I am not a doctor and my recommendation to use Manuka honey should not replace your good judgment to see a doctor when you need too. Yet the benefits of Manuka honey are actually quite respected by more and more doctors across the world everyday. It is pure, it is natural, and it works after the fact, yet, as most alternative methods, it is best used as a preventive.

Manuka Honey can easily be purchased at any heath food store near you. Or, if you want to research more or buy it on line…”Google”. :)

Below is a link to see more of the beautiful works of Kelly Rae Roberts. She is sure to inspire you to smile, feel empowered, and joyful :)

Stay Sweet & Live as Love,

Jules

http://kellyraeroberts.com 2598_74924655991_5988654_n

A Little Girl’s Insight of Her Father’s Love

   “Fly free I say, for someday fall you may.

       Yet in my safe arms you shall always stay.”  

(Quote by me, Jules . Inspired by the love that my brother has for his child.)

It’s Father’s Day weekend.

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Day Dreaming

 Hi Everyone, I have been blogging a lot for the past couple of months. So I sat down to write today and even though I could have chosen from an array of topics, I decided to just write about dreaming… day dreaming that is. Every once in a awhile I think it is important to contemplate what is, what was, ( not to long on that one, ha), and what could be. So that is where I am at today. It’s pure, it’s natural and it can be a lot of fun. I always get a little tablet and write ideas down that come to me from these day dreams as well. You never know…ya know? So that that beautiful unlimited imagination flow and just maybe it will result in a bit of creative genius!!

Shine as Love and Light 

Jules