Honey Bees: 4 useful products for liver disease

At Fatty Liver Guide, you have surely absorbed a lot of information regarding liver disease and treatment. Today, let’s explore how products from honey bees are useful to you.

The liver is without a doubt one of the busiest organs in the body. It handles everything from filtering blood to storing nutrients. Due to its multiple functions, it is exposed to a lot of trash both from your body and from the environment. This includes things like cellular by-products, toxins and even alcohol.

It is no wonder that liver disease is so prevalent. There is a lot that you can do to protect your liver from damage as a result of years of service as the body’s trash bin. You may choose to cut down on the self prescribed medications or swap in that extra bottle of beer for a glass of water.

You could also invest in bee products including honey that have been shown to prevent and reverse liver damage, or perhaps, start a backyard beekeeping hobby.

Below are some of honey bee products and their benefits (to your liver):

4 Bee Products That Help in Curing the Liver

Bee Pollen

bee pollen

What is it?

Bee pollen is not exactly the same pollen you would find in a flower.

It is a substance in pellet form formed by bees as they collect nectar in flowers.

It contains a mixture of raw flower pollen, nectar and the bee’s saliva. This product has been shown to be rich in vitamins including A, C and E as well as antioxidant compounds referred to as flavonoids.

How does it help the liver?

Bee pollen mainly helps the liver by detoxifying it. The liver is responsible for neutralizing and eliminating toxins from the blood.

With time, some of these toxins slip through the cracks and make the liver their home.

Compounds like vitamin C and the Flavonoids in bee pollen help clean out this mess allowing the liver to function optimally.

It also has anti-inflammatory effects that help with healing of a damaged liver where there is inflammation involved.

Recommended dose: 2 tablespoons a day which is approximately 27 grams.



What is it?

Propolis is also commonly referred to as bee glue as it is what bees use to seal cracks in their hives. It contains saliva, beeswax, tree sap and several other plant exudates. It has hundreds of compounds useful to human health including polyphenols, coumarines, amino acids and many others.

How does it help the liver?

Propolis has numerous benefits but when it comes to liver health, it is its ability to prevent and help fight cancer that makes it popular. A study in mice showed that a daily dose of this product significantly reduced the size and progress of liver tumors compared to mice not given the product.

Recommended dose: 2 tablespoons per day.



What is it?

This is without a doubt the best known of all bee products. Honey is a sweet, sticky substance made by bees from nectar.

It is the main source of nutrients for bees in the hive and is rich in sugars, vitamins and minerals. It also contains a lot of water.

How does it help the liver?

Honey has been shown to promote tissue repair by stimulating differentiation and division of stem cells.

This comes in particularly handy with forms of liver damage that result in tissue destruction.

Some of the vitamins and organic acids present have also been shown to have a detoxifying effect on liver cells.

Recommended dose: 2 tablespoons per day.

Royal Jelly

royal jelly

What is it?

Royal Jelly is pretty much food the bees use to make queens.

It is a special secretion fed to a few chosen larvae when the colony needs to replace their queen.

The unique formula in this compound allows ordinary larvae to develop characteristics of a queen including a larger form and fully developed ovaries.

It is mainly water, amino acids, fat, vitamins C, B5 and B6 as well as a compound known as 10-hydroxy-2-decenoid acid.

How does it help the liver?

It has been shown to have t anti-oxidant activity against one of the most potent liver toxins known as Carbon Tetrachloride.

This protects the liver from damage as a result to exposure to this compound.

It also promotes healing of liver damage caused by the toxin.

Recommended dose: Three 1000mg capsules per day.

Want to learn beekeeping for FREE? Head over to Farmvina.

Also, learn about honey benefits here.

Originally posted 2020-07-18 16:27:29.

About Amy

Yogi is a passionate advocate for liver health and an esteemed expert in the field of fatty liver disease. With years of experience working in clinical settings and a deep understanding of the complexities of liver-related conditions, she brings a compassionate and evidence-based approach to her work. Her expertise lies in providing practical advice, educational resources, and empowering individuals with the knowledge to take control of their liver health.

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