Health and Nutrition

Honey has been around . . . well, as long as bees have been around, which is a long time. And during that time honey is known for one thing and one thing only. It's sweet and great tasting. As a result, it has become...

When the word honey is mentioned, never have I heard the word uttered in a negative way. In fact, I don't think that I've even met a person who doesn't like the sweet liquid gold? I'm sure there are people out there that don't like honey....

With the many articles on Coxshoney.com, several of them refer to how honey can help relieve the common cold. But with the flu and cold season winding down, I wanted to share with our faithful customers that honey actually does relieve cold symptoms and even,...

Ah . . . There's nothing better than gliding smooth chapstick over dry, burning lips. In fact, Chapstick (a trademark term, thus the capitalization) was patented in the late 1880's by a pharmacologist named Dr. Charles Browne Fleet from Lynchburg, Virginia. The first Chapstick resembled...

Honey and sugar have always been at odds with one another, especially in the modern age when processed and quick and easy foods have become common place. Knowing this, many people think that they are eating healthy by consuming less sugar. But the reality is quite...

A Canadian study conducted in 2008 suggests that honey may help chronic sinusitis sufferers. According to scientists, the antibacterial properties in honey kill off the bacteria that is the cause of sinusitis. Dr. Joseph G. Marsan from the University of Ottawa co-authored the study. He states,...

It is becoming common knowledge that honey is actually better for you than many of the whole natural foods on the market. Scientific studies have even confirmed that eating honey will have a positive effect on the mid-section as well, thus zapping away belly fat. Honey...