Honey: The Secret to Men’s Virility

In the ancient times, man did not have modern medicine to sustain their health and beauty; there were no chemically treated cosmetics to prolong their youth, nor was Viagra invented yet to heighten their virility.  Theirs was an existence founded solely on natural resources, just like bees energized by honey.

As written in the Qur’an [16:68-69], “And the lord inspired the bee, saying: Take your habitations in the mountains and in the trees and in what they erect. Then, eat of all fruits and follow the ways of your Lord made easy (for you)’. There comes forth from their bellies a drink of varying color that is healing for men. Verily in this is indeed a sign for people who think.”  If the idea in this verse is religiously cultivated, then life will always be as sweet as honey.

With flowing supply of raw honey that is rich in vitamins and minerals here in South Sinai, particularly from the farm of Dr. Ahmed Mansour in St. Katherine Protectorate, much can be employed to promote optimum health.  For example, if you feel your energy going low, eat a teaspoon of honey to boost you up, while in cases of hypertension, insomnia and nervous conditions, drink a mixture of a spoonful of honey, a cup of water and a teaspoon of lemon juice.

For men who have hormonal imbalances, this sweet medicine can actually work miracles to heighten your love life.  In Ayurvedic medicine, it is prescribed to take two tablespoons of honey daily before bedtime to strengthen potency, and in the daytime to eat finely chopped carrots, along with a half-boiled egg, dipped in a tablespoon of honey, once everyday to help increase sexual stamina.

So forget costly over-the-counter miracle pills and avoid the hassle of going to the doctor for prescriptions.  Licking honey off a tablespoon will do just right for you.


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