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post May 13 2012, 07:06 AM


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I didnt find any specific thread for Honey, so thought lets share our views. I don't want to copy paste the stuff here from the google so lets share what we know.

I started taking honey+water in the morning and have seen tremendous improvement in the digestion. No more constipation problem.

Lets discuss your views, what brands to take and other misc discussion such as normal honey vs raw honey etc etc


Added on May 13, 2012, 7:08 amI would like to request some info about the best honey we could buy here. I have bought one called of RM 13 per KG from one of the cheapest stores in malaysia of dry fruits BAKE WITH YEN. They got tremendous competitive prices on dry fruits.

But I still think this is not 100% pure and I was thinking of buying some wild honey that would be best for our health. Kindly give some pointers.

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post May 13 2012, 07:26 AM


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im not really sure whats the good bout honey and where to get pure 1
got people sugest me to get it since its good for asma
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Honey ?

And [consider how] thy Sustainer has inspired the bee: "Prepare for thyself dwellings in mountains and in trees, and in what [men] may build [for thee by way of hives];

(16:68)

and then eat of all manner of fruit, and follow humbly the paths ordained for thee by thy Sustainer." [And lo!] there issues from within these [bees] a fluid of many hues, wherein there is health for man. In all this, behold, there is a message indeed for people who think!

(16:69)

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post May 13 2012, 10:31 AM


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it is almost impossible to get raw unprocess honey in the market nowadays..

Raw unprocess honey, needless to say, 100% pure honey..but they havent been process so they havent been sterelize..meaning that there is some bacteria in it..if u've come across a raw unprocess honey, u will know they they simple produce gases and cannot be kept under the sun is due to the bacteria in it..the bacteria release gases..those gases good or bad i am not sure..and, wild unprocess honey, do not feed em to a newborn..they might not have the tolerance level to counter these bacteria..

While, process honey..am pretty sure they added other ingredient when they sterelize em..coz i've never taste any process honey in the market that never had the taste of sugar in em..the sweetness of wild unprocess honey is different than process honey that are added with other ingredient..

Honey is the only food in the whole world that doesnt have an expiry date..bear in mind..


Added on May 13, 2012, 10:33 amoh yea, wild unprocess honey do have a mild liquor taste with it..while process one do not have this taste..

And the long u kept a wild honey the darker they will become...

Even their sourness is totally different than process honey..

My parents use to kept one wild honey for like 20years, the colour was so so so dark..they didnt wanted to consume it..end up, i did finish it..hahaha

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post May 13 2012, 02:46 PM


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Thanks for the info. Some of the info I read on various articles on google and it does co-relate with you guys. My main purpose of starting this thread is to get the real life experience of you guys and encourage all my fellow friends to consume the honey on daily basis.

As per Ayurved, Honey is neither heaty not cold. It enhance the effect of the food it is taken with. Eg if you take with ginger it will make it more hot and if you take with water, it does have cooling effect.
Many people still believe honey is heaty. It is not.

Lets see may be we have other people who can give pointers to buy best honey for health. Raw/Wild/processed !!


Added on May 13, 2012, 2:48 pm
QUOTE(thenoobone @ May 13 2012, 07:26 AM)
im not really sure whats the good bout honey and where to get pure 1
got people sugest me to get it since its good for asma
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You mean Ashthma? it is one of the most potent and natural cure for asthama !!

Honey as per Indian ayurved and Chinese traditional medicine is one of the most important thing to be consumed daily.

Just make sure never add honey to hot fluids or heat it because it makes it toxic. Only those liquid which you can put on your skin and still bear the heat could be used with honey.

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post May 13 2012, 05:48 PM


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Good topic to start.

I see a lot of different types of honey out there : manuka, etc. Some labelled organic as well. Some cheap, some very expensive.

Wonder if it's worth the money, or just only slightly better but costs much more?
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post May 13 2012, 06:22 PM


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exactly thats what i want to know which one to buy ~~
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post May 13 2012, 06:23 PM


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yeah, honey is my favourite remedy for ailments like fever and flu. it never fail to work to cure my fever and flu immediately upon 1 glass consumption.

I am currently taking Eu Yan Shan pure honey, costs RM32 per 500ml bottle.

I am wondering how does one differentiate whether it is pure or no?
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post May 13 2012, 06:25 PM


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rm32 for half a kg is very expensive. I m sure we must be having cheaper brands with pure honey. We need good pointers.
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post May 13 2012, 11:09 PM


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i got some bottle of manuka honey. but seldom touch it cos too lazy to mix with water and drink. also i've tried to drink some when i got flu or fever but the effect doesnt seem to work.
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post May 14 2012, 03:09 AM


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QUOTE(leggedy @ May 13 2012, 10:31 AM)
Honey is the only food in the whole world that doesnt have an expiry date..bear in mind..
False. There are many other foods ...

http://urbansurvivalsite.com/foods-that-last-forever/
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post May 14 2012, 09:04 AM


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•Honey does not dissolve in water. Drop a teaspoon of honey in a cup of water and mix it gently, wait for a few minutes. Pure honey should remain as a solid lump at the bottom of the cup.
•Honey should not get absorbed when dropped on blotting paper.
•Pour honey on a piece of white cloth and wash it off. Pure honey does not leave any stains behind
•Ants don't get attracted to honey. Due to its viscocity, ants must be able to walk over honey without any trouble
•Dip a cotton ear bud in honey and light it with a match stick. Pure honey will burn while honey adulterated with water will not

try it tongue.gif
http://www.healthfundas.org/How-To-Test-If...ey-Is-Pure.html

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post May 14 2012, 09:28 AM


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Manuka honey is really expensive. Cheap honey i heard are fake where they are only sugar not from the bees..
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post May 14 2012, 04:25 PM


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QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 14 2012, 09:04 AM)
•Honey does not dissolve in water. Drop a teaspoon of honey in a cup of water and mix it gently, wait for a few minutes. Pure honey should remain as a solid lump at the bottom of the cup.
•Honey should not get absorbed when dropped on blotting paper.
•Pour honey on a piece of white cloth and wash it off. Pure honey does not leave any stains behind
•Ants don't get attracted to honey. Due to its viscocity, ants must be able to walk over honey without any trouble
•Dip a cotton ear bud in honey and light it with a match stick. Pure honey will burn while honey adulterated with water will not

try it tongue.gif
http://www.healthfundas.org/How-To-Test-If...ey-Is-Pure.html
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hard to find pure honey without processed. the one that can be found in market majority are those already processed already.
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post May 14 2012, 05:01 PM


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QUOTE(sfwong1 @ May 14 2012, 04:25 PM)
hard to find pure honey without processed. the one that can be found in market majority are those already processed already.
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a bit of processing is ok i guess, as long as their did not add additives, sugar or watever in the honey? unsure.gif
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post May 14 2012, 05:06 PM


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QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 14 2012, 05:01 PM)
a bit of processing is ok i guess, as long as their did not add additives, sugar or watever in the honey? unsure.gif
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honey confirm they add a little bit of sugar inside if not why so sweet.
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post May 14 2012, 05:08 PM


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I saw few wild raw n forest honey at tampai chinese herb store in pavilion kl.. now my question is it safe to consume such honey? Price was around 35 per 500g for one...others were cheap.. m not so sure though.



Added on May 14, 2012, 5:10 pm
QUOTE(sfwong1 @ May 13 2012, 11:09 PM)
i got some bottle of manuka honey. but seldom touch it cos too lazy to mix with water and drink. also  i've tried to drink some when i got flu or fever but the effect doesnt seem to work.
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Don't be lazy bro.... do it everyday. And take more number of times to see the effects. I bet you if you consume it daily ur body will fight flu on its own and msy be you dont get flu at all.

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post May 14 2012, 05:49 PM


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QUOTE(sfwong1 @ May 14 2012, 05:06 PM)
honey confirm they add a little bit of  sugar inside if not why so sweet.
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at least the percentage quite good lor..compare the cheap 'honey' in plastic bottle to the ones in glass jar..
if u cook with the cheap honey, sure ur food will turn to charcoal..
good honey will came out nicely crisp tongue.gif
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post May 14 2012, 08:12 PM


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QUOTE(WintersuN @ May 14 2012, 09:28 AM)
Manuka honey is really expensive. Cheap honey i heard are fake where they are only sugar not from the bees..
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Cheap honey are fakes? How true is this?
Is it still consider healthy if we consume it everyday? Use as jam spread on bread?
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post May 14 2012, 08:42 PM


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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ May 14 2012, 08:12 PM)
Cheap honey are fakes? How true is this?
Is it still consider healthy if we consume it everyday? Use as jam spread on bread?
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not to say all cheap honey are fakes but there are fake honey being sold cheaply.. And they are just sugar caramel maybe add abit honey im not sure. Can read it more online.

If fake honey which is sugar spread on bread and eat everyday will kena diabetes. SUgar content too high its like eatting spoonful of sugar everyday
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post May 14 2012, 09:02 PM


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Just be sure that the honey is pure (or almost) honey.

Too many fake with high concentration of sugar in the market nowadays doh.gif
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post May 15 2012, 06:43 AM


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QUOTE(gurpreetsingh @ May 13 2012, 03:25 PM)
rm32 for half a kg is very expensive. I m sure we must be having cheaper brands with pure honey. We need good pointers.
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The Giant in Kelana Jaya (the smaller supermarket, not the hypermarket)
has quite a good selection of honeys. I was just there tonight.

New Zealand honeys like kamahi and clover selling for around $20 for 500 grams.
The labels say they are 100 per cent pure. Manuka at $38.

Some Chinese honeys priced at $10-20 for 1 kilogram, claim they are pure too.

I used to drink Wescobee honey from Australia during my childhood days.
It's still selling there at around $19 for 500 grams.


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QUOTE(WintersuN @ May 14 2012, 08:42 PM)
not to say all cheap honey are fakes but there are fake honey being sold cheaply.. And they are just sugar caramel maybe add abit honey im not sure. Can read it more online.

If fake honey which is sugar spread on bread and eat everyday will kena diabetes. SUgar content too high its like eatting spoonful of sugar everyday
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Myth.
Diabetes is not caused by eating too much sugar.
Diabetes is caused by eating too much.
You can just as easily get diabetes by eating too much rice.

Myth: Eating too much sugar causes diabetes.

Fact: No, it does not. Type 1 diabetes is caused by genetics and unknown factors that trigger the onset of the disease; type 2 diabetes is caused by genetics and lifestyle factors. Being overweight does increase your risk for developing type 2 diabetes, and a diet high in calories, whether from sugar or from fat, can contribute to weight gain. If you have a history of diabetes in your family, eating a healthy meal plan and regular exercise are recommended to manage your weight.


http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/diabetes-myths/
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QUOTE(dkk @ May 15 2012, 07:06 AM)
Myth.
Diabetes is not caused by eating too much sugar.
Diabetes is caused by eating too much.
You can just as easily get diabetes by eating too much rice.

Myth: Eating too much sugar causes diabetes.

Fact: No, it does not.  Type 1 diabetes is caused by genetics and unknown factors that trigger the onset of the disease; type 2 diabetes is caused by genetics and lifestyle factors.  Being overweight does increase your risk for developing type 2 diabetes, and a diet high in calories, whether from sugar or from fat, can contribute to weight gain.  If you have a history of diabetes in your family, eating a healthy meal plan and regular exercise are recommended to manage your weight.


http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/diabetes-myths/
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What do u mean by myth? I din say that taking sugar is the only way u can get diabetes. Sure there are other ways you can get diabetes. But taking excessive sugar is definitely one way u can get diabetes.

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QUOTE(WintersuN @ May 15 2012, 08:01 AM)
What do u mean by myth? I din say that taking sugar is the only way u can get diabetes. Sure there are other ways you can get diabetes. But taking excessive sugar is definitely one way u can get diabetes.
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winter bro..diabetes is caused by insufficient insulin/or body not responding to insulin..
so indirectly this tells you that actually excessive sugar is not the cause of diabetes..

excessive sugar basically only makes you fat tongue.gif
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QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 15 2012, 09:03 AM)
winter bro..diabetes is caused by insufficient insulin/or body not responding to insulin..
so indirectly this tells you that actually excessive sugar is not the cause of diabetes..

excessive sugar basically only makes you fat  tongue.gif
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Oh sorry.. I think u r right..

Excess sugar causes obesity and also suppress immune system. Means u get sick more often. Not really cause diabetes.
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the better ones like manuka honey cost alot and the hihger the umf ratings the expensive it gets but has better antibiotic properties
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QUOTE(Mr.Docter @ May 14 2012, 09:02 PM)
Just be sure that the honey is pure (or almost) honey.

Too many fake with high concentration of sugar in the market nowadays doh.gif
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please give some example since you say "too many".

how about the normal Capilano brand honey?
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QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 15 2012, 09:03 AM)
winter bro..diabetes is caused by insufficient insulin/or body not responding to insulin..
so indirectly this tells you that actually excessive sugar is not the cause of diabetes..

excessive sugar basically only makes you fat  tongue.gif
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Excessive sugar basically makes you fat > obesity > insulin resistant > Diabetes Type II.
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QUOTE(Skylinestar @ May 15 2012, 01:26 PM)
please give some example since you say "too many".

how about the normal Capilano brand honey?
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Sorry, I don't have precise branding info. But once I get the info, I will get back to this thread to add the information.

But my uncle's sugar level spiking to 2-digit value after consuming that "honey", means that it is basically thicken sugar instead of honey.
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I use capilano honey for my muesli bars and soap making. It is good for the skin.
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QUOTE(Mr.Docter @ May 15 2012, 01:40 PM)
Sorry, I don't have precise branding info. But once I get the info, I will get back to this thread to add the information.

But my uncle's sugar level spiking to 2-digit value after consuming that "honey", means that it is basically thicken sugar instead of honey.
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is honey actually a type of sugar too?


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Excessive sugar basically makes you fat > obesity > insulin resistant > Diabetes Type II.
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what are the chances of getting the typeII from obesity?

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Those who says 100% honey are for surevcwnt percenr?? Is there any checks in malaysia? I mean can we trust labels?? The ones at chinese herb shop might be good too... m thinking of trying wild honey... I think should b better as bees could collect from wikd flowers... will it b safe??

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QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 15 2012, 03:35 PM)
is honey actually a type of sugar too?
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Natural sugar different from artificial sugar in term of molecular structure and metabolism path by cell.


QUOTE(sendoh_7 @ May 15 2012, 03:35 PM)
what are the chances of getting the typeII from obesity?
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Significantly increase compared to non-obese person due to altered insulin-receptor on the surface of the cells.
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QUOTE(Mr.Docter @ May 15 2012, 11:16 PM)
Natural sugar different from artificial sugar in term of molecular structure and metabolism path by cell.
Significantly increase compared to non-obese person due to altered insulin-receptor on the surface of the cells.
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but isnt, the sugar we eat is natural sugar as well; since its made of tebu?

As far as for honey, I avoid those packaged (super market), had tried many times, just take couple of drops and place it on the floor, and you can see, lots of ants hunting for them.

Pure honey wont attract ants. Normally I get mine terus from jungle by the road side seller near ulu langat or frazer hills.
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QUOTE(Maknusia @ May 16 2012, 03:18 AM)
but isnt, the sugar we eat is natural sugar as well; since its made of tebu?

As far as for honey, I avoid those packaged (super market), had tried many times, just take couple of drops and place it on the floor, and you can see, lots of ants hunting for them.

Pure honey wont attract ants. Normally I get mine terus from jungle by the road side seller near ulu langat or frazer hills.
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How much per bottle? I saw their colors different from each bottle so i don't dare to ask the price.
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QUOTE(MugenK20A @ May 16 2012, 11:00 AM)
How much per bottle? I saw their colors different from each bottle so i don't dare to ask the price.
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colors are different, because its taken from different hives.

each bottle around rm45; sometime nego can get abotu rm30 lah, depends on place and the seller, if he is desperate to finish his sales for the day.
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QUOTE(Maknusia @ May 16 2012, 02:18 AM)
but isnt, the sugar we eat is natural sugar as well; since its made of tebu?

As far as for honey, I avoid those packaged (super market), had tried many times, just take couple of drops and place it on the floor, and you can see, lots of ants hunting for them.

Pure honey wont attract ants. Normally I get mine terus from jungle by the road side seller near ulu langat or frazer hills.
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I think those roadside not good. I have tried one personally. The imported companies wont take risk of putting sugar because for them the company reputation is on stake especially the ones from newzealand and australia.

Our main concern is to know which type is good:
eg wild or forest or normal natural or organic.

then we can see which company is good.
I went to giant supermarket and saw some different types selling for 20 rm per 500 gm. But I m more inclined towards buying forest/wild honey as I heard it is good as collected from wild flowers normally not found accessible to humans.
I will be buying it from Tampai at Pavillion. I will post my reviews about how it goes.

But effects of honey are incredible... Seriously I feel so blessed that I tried Honey+water and it really has helped overall on me.
No more sore throat, bowel movement so smooth...hha Cant even play games on my android now..earlier use to play some haha now not much time required inside........

Also another thing I found is suppose it is 7 pm and u need to take dinner at 8-8:30 but u already feeling hungry....so instead of catching for snaks..take 1 spoon honey with water and u will be fine till dinner.
Plus u can take some walnuts...so good for health.....

Health is really the only wealth !!


Added on May 20, 2012, 1:14 amI bought one australian honey- from Taimal - kl pavillion

Fomec's wild and pure honey which costs around 40 for 850-900 ml..

not so costly not so cheap. It tastes like the one I used to take in India - the local ones which were supposed to be pure !!

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I still say the cheapest way to better health is regular exercise.
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QUOTE(Kinetics @ May 22 2012, 11:23 PM)
I still say the cheapest way to better health is regular exercise.
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there is no alternative of exercise. It is very important.

But if your diet intake is not good, then exercise does more harm than good.


Added on June 11, 2012, 10:41 pmI heard Honey Taulang of malaysia is very good? Anyone tried? or know any trusted source? because Honey must be pure else no use if it.

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QUOTE(dkk @ May 14 2012, 03:09 AM)
False. There are many other foods ...

http://urbansurvivalsite.com/foods-that-last-forever/
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My aunty who is staying in New Zealand bought this honey for me
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At the side of the bottle, there is a best before date until mid June 2015. How come got expiry date? Is it not natural?

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go to herbal shop guys... dont go to Jusco / Tesco / Giant and all the big2 supermarkets... almost all of them mixed honey with a lot of sugar.... I used to take 1 tablespoon per day (in Islam, the Prophet S.A.W recommends using spoon that is not made with steel... so I use plastic)... feel more energetic since then... Alhamdulillah.... (please dont take on special occasion only... like during flu or stomach ache.... take honey as a daily supplement....)

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I usually find mine from roadside sellers. Cultivated wild honey (farmed bees) for mixing into drinks with Apple Cider Vinegar, and Tualang Honey (dark color, acidic taste) for taking neat.

Definitely see improvement in overall health.
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QUOTE(Lord_Ashe @ Jun 18 2012, 10:54 AM)
I usually find mine from roadside sellers. Cultivated wild honey (farmed bees) for mixing into drinks with Apple Cider Vinegar, and Tualang Honey (dark color, acidic taste) for taking neat.

Definitely see improvement in overall health.
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Where do u find the wild honey? I wish to get one. Thx
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Where do u find the wild honey? I wish to get one. Thx
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Apparently easy to find, but beware of fakes. MANY MANY MANY such fakes. There are youtube videos which can help you identify real honey vs sugar-added honey, so make sure you don't get duped. Some reputable Malay restaurants will sell "wild honey" but again, it's quite hit and miss.


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Hi,

I'm looking for Manuka honey... Any recommendation which brand/shop to buy?
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I bought Honey from Yu Yan Sang, so far their quality quite good.
you may try it smile.gif
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anyone know the myth honey should not be mixed with warm/hot water and using steel spoon will spoil the nutrient of the honey?
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QUOTE(leaF @ Jul 2 2012, 10:43 PM)
anyone know the myth honey should not be mixed with warm/hot water and using steel spoon will spoil the nutrient of the honey?
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I think the myths are not true!
Because most places do sell warm honey water.
And I always drink that! smile.gif
Using a steel spoon will definitely not reduce nutrient.
Correct me if I am wrong.
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I think the myths are not true!
Because most places do sell warm honey water.
And I always drink that!  smile.gif
Using a steel spoon will definitely not reduce nutrient.
Correct me if I am wrong.
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To add on,
You should not add hot water while mixing honey.
It will reduce the taste of the honey and destroy the natural enzymes.

As for steel spoon, it is a myth.
Although honey is acidic, the speed of you scooping up is faster for the reaction between the honey and the metal spoon to take place.

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To add on,
You should not add hot water while mixing honey.
It will reduce the taste of the honey and destroy the natural enzymes.

As for steel spoon, it is a myth.
Although honey is acidic, the speed of you scooping up is faster for the reaction between the honey and the metal spoon to take place.
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Thanks for sharing.
Now I understand more about honey.
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QUOTE(jasmineh2y @ Jul 2 2012, 09:22 AM)
I bought Honey from Yu Yan Sang, so far their quality quite good.
you may try it smile.gif
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anyone know the myth honey should not be mixed with warm/hot water and using steel spoon will spoil the nutrient of the honey?
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This myth is 100% true.

Ayurved has been practised in Indian subcontinent since 5000 years. It strictly forbids to heat honey or pour into hot fluids. It makes honey toxic.

So never ever heat the honey; always pour in warm ( not hot) fluids.

Best spoon is wooden , but if you do not have use plastic. The enzymes are highly reactive with steel spoons. So chances are it might reduce the honey quality or even make it toxic.

And those people who say it is a myth and not true kindly do not play the health. It might not show effect instantly, so do not do something that has been strictly forbidden.


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Thanks. Will look for that!
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Eu yan sang honey is damm costly. Better buy from organic shops because they will definitely have pure wild honey.

Also you may try Jamu shops they have Tualung and KHuala honey. These two are considered one of the best honey.

Manuka is over hyped honey and is good for medicinal purpose. For normal use any wild and raw honey is beneficial.

Yemini/Tualang/Khuala honey are very good.

70-80 RM per kg is price at Jamu whole sale shops at chowkit. If you negotiate they will reduce it to 60 I guess.


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My aunty who is staying in New Zealand bought this honey for me
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At the side of the bottle, there is a best before date until mid June 2015. How come got expiry date? Is it not natural?
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Unless honey has been adulterated it does not spoil at room temp.

But due to food association restrictions even pure honey has to be under expiry date.


Added on July 18, 2012, 6:20 pmI bought one australian honey- from Taimal - kl pavillion

Fomec's wild and pure honey which costs around 40 for 850-900 ml..

This one is sure pure !! It did not attract ants at all.

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Yes honey is the best product to keep body healthy and if use for skin, it makes skin glow.
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Hi all,

I bought the following from Eu Yan Seng.


Honey Mart Manuka Honey MGO250+(250g)- RM105



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I've been wanting to try honey for quite sometime. And couldn't find any source that recommends any specific "brand" or origin of honey to consume. In the end, i bought this from a colleague.

http://www.mujeza.net/product.aspx?pid=3&id=114&root=no

RM65 for 300g.

Will update the effects.

Any comments/recommendations on honey sold in LYN Food Market? Quite cheap and received interesting testimonials..
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I've been wanting to try honey for quite sometime. And couldn't find any source that recommends any specific "brand" or origin of honey to consume. In the end, i bought this from a colleague.

http://www.mujeza.net/product.aspx?pid=3&id=114&root=no

RM65 for 300g.

Will update the effects.

Any comments/recommendations on honey sold in LYN Food Market? Quite cheap and received interesting testimonials..
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if still need help pls message me I will help u with the pointers.

PS: This alshifa honey is very good and I saw it 1 kg for less than 50 RM near my home. sad.gif I think your frnd charged u way higher.

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Benefits Of Manuka Honey

Thought i'd share something about honey. For a better lifestyle and better health.
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honey is the best medicine for weight loss...tats wat my grandma used to say... smile.gif
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Where do u find the wild honey? I wish to get one. Thx
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u could get it in Kampong. IF u wish to "verify" it, u can follow them into estate to hand-pick the wild honey.


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Btw organic honey is so expensive.... arent there any honey that does not add sugar that is available on the shelf? nowadays i prefer food that is low on sugar content.
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Btw organic honey is so expensive.... arent there any honey that does not add sugar that is available on the shelf? nowadays i prefer food that is low on sugar content.
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pure honey shouldn't contain additional sugar.
get from Cameron Highland or those New Zealand honey which labels: 100% pure honey..
available in major supermarkets too!

I drink honey every week n i feel lots more better in terms of daily pass motion.

And many ppl said Manuka Honey is good. Anyone know what so special about Manuka Honey?

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pure honey shouldn't contain additional sugar.
get from Cameron Highland or those New Zealand honey which labels: 100% pure honey..
available in major supermarkets too!

I drink honey every week n i feel lots more better in terms of daily pass motion.

And many ppl said Manuka Honey is good. Anyone know what so special about Manuka Honey?
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any brand to recommend? wanted to try it out... but dont be too expensive lah.
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any brand to recommend? wanted to try it out... but dont be too expensive lah.
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you may check it out in the forum here...
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=ST&f=217&t=618399


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any brand to recommend? wanted to try it out... but dont be too expensive lah.
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the brand is natural honey. It has a big store in Cameron Highland.
I always believe honey produce from Cameron Highland is good due to their good weather and lots of flowers, plantations and BEEs...
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always go for natural honey... dont go for the artificial one with 60% honey n remaining sugar ...
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QUOTE(little @ Jan 16 2013, 02:13 PM)
the brand is natural honey. It has a big store in Cameron Highland.
I always believe honey produce from Cameron Highland is good due to their good weather and lots of flowers, plantations and BEEs...
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yes.... cameron honey one is gud n mainly natural
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you may check it out in the forum here...
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=ST&f=217&t=618399
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pls checkmy reply here
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if still need help pls message me I will help u with the pointers.

PS: This alshifa honey is very good and I saw it 1 kg for less than 50 RM near my home. sad.gif  I think your frnd charged u way higher.
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bro at which store can i find this alshifa honey? how many gram?


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My uncle is the honey seller, he told me that honey contained in plastic container is the fake one, coz pure honey will oxidise or lost nutrients when they in contact with plastics
That is also why most of the honey is contained with glass bottle
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My uncle is the honey seller, he told me that honey contained in plastic container is the fake one, coz pure honey will oxidise or lost nutrients when they in contact with plastics
That is also why most of the honey is contained with glass bottle
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wah then the manuka honey all in plastic all tipu wan ar? don't pray pray , sell so expensive and imported from New Zealand...
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wah then the manuka honey all in plastic all tipu wan ar? don't pray pray , sell so expensive and imported from New Zealand...
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Yup, hear liao also know is bullshit.
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wah then the manuka honey all in plastic all tipu wan ar? don't pray pray , sell so expensive and imported from New Zealand...
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Not tipu la, maybe ad lost nutrients lo~
You can google and see,honey shouldnt keep in plastic bottle
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Yup, hear liao also know is bullshit.
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http://www.wikihow.com/Store-Honey

"Stay away from metal containers and non-food-grade plastic containers, as they can lead to oxidization of the honey, and may even contribute to health problems if chemicals leach from the plastic."
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Thanks for the info but I am sure most of the honey are sold in plastic containers and their manufacturer will use food grade ones. I am more worried about added sugar and other ingredient to decrease cost.

Btw, any food store in non food grade containers will risk chemical leaching, even if you store plain water.
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Honey is best thing for health because it has many great health benefits. Honey is good for weight loss and prevents us from infections and diseases. Honey is also good for hair.
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egg whites and taugeh if you want to lose weight
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egg whites and taugeh if you want to lose weight
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seems like there is a lot of debate on honey here. I've been in this trade for almost 4 years, I only harvest raw wild honey from the jungle. There is few thing I can tell you about the local honey:

1. Water content is around 20% due to our forest is tropical rain forest we receive rains thru out the years, proven by BP food lab.

2. Will not attracts ant is not 100% true, it will only the grey and small ant which normally we call them sugar ant. Larger ant tend to stay away cuz of the fermentation in the honey will make their stomach bloated after they consume.

3. Will not freeze in the freezer, yes it will not freeze even u put inside for few days but if more than 6 months it will still get frozen still but not as easy as fake honey which normally frozen in 1 day.

4. Fire testing, normal honey which is not pure can be easy charred compare to pure raw honey. I always use my own honey for BBQ and the result is phenomenon the chicken wun charred easily. You can do fire testing with both pure and impure honey and u will see the result.

5. pure honey is smooth, few drops of honey on your hand and start rubbing. Pure honey wun change consistency easily and remain slippery, on the other hand sugar or syrup base honey will tent to get sticky and become course as the sugar starting to forms.

6. Honey should be slight acidic and taste slight sour the reading should be below 40 meq/kg by lab test standard.

7. No matter who much you swallow, pure honey normally will go down easy on your throat, if its too hard to go down and u feel your throat is burning then its probably loaded with syrup.

8. Only honest honey supplier will have pollens, wax and hive residues left inside the bottle and yes due to acidic nature and fermentation factor, all raw honey will be pack using glass bottle only.

9. Honey has been mention in ancient eygpt medical records, ancient chinese practitioner, bibles and even Al-Quran about the health benefits of it. Yes it has been use to treat wounds, cancer, SARS and etc.

10. Wild honey is as good as organic honey so dun get hype of getting organic honey by paying extra. Wild honey is already natural enough thumbup.gif


Locals honey with glass bottle packaging, anything belows RM50 is almost impossible to get pure content. Tualang is range from RM120 onwards per kilo in Terrengganu road side. A lot of local harvester selling at RM170 per kilo. Cameron highland honey is very suspicious, as there is news article reported that its being supply from china plus the pollution the Orang Asli is rarely harvest honey due to the bees is moving away from pesticide.

Please note that this is my experience, I might or might not be correct. The information here you can google online or check with wild honey harvester.

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pure honey shouldn't contain additional sugar.
get from Cameron Highland or those New Zealand honey which labels: 100% pure honey..
available in major supermarkets too!

I drink honey every week n i feel lots more better in terms of daily pass motion.

And many ppl said Manuka Honey is good. Anyone know what so special about Manuka Honey?
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what is the brand name of the honey you usually buy? Wanna try also if it isn't too pricey.
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my dad bought honey before from perak. The color isn't your typical gold color sort of honey. It's more brownish and yea it taste a bit sour.
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How to choose honey actually? some say have to see its origin, some say see the price, some say looks for manuka wont goes wrong. I wonder how about pasar malam one? hmm.gif
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BUMP this for healthy honey smile.gif
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I take 100% pure Yaman honey twice a day.

RM300 per bottle. Very expensive. blink.gif
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