FOR NATURAL BOOSTING OF IMMUNITY IN CHILDREN!
The improved formula of Bimunal Imuno also contains honey, which is an important component of the syrup for the child's immune system.
Honey is the most important bee product, known in the diet since prehistoric times. The use and importance of honey is described and confirmed by the writings of ancient people, where it is often called “the gift of God” and “food of the Gods“. Many sages believed that honey nourishes and strengthens the body and brain, and even prolongs life. Hippocrates himself, the father of medicine, pointed to honey as a particularly important food.
Honey is rich in carbohydrates, mostly simple sugars, numerous enzymes, vitamins, minerals, essential oils, essential amino acids. The content of fats and proteins is small, but these amounts are also important, as well as phytoncides that exhibit antimicrobial action.
Modern official medicine has recognized the healing properties of honey, by introducing it into the materia medica – the complete knowledge of certain substances that are used for pharmacological purposes.
Honey is recommended to be introduced into the diet of children from the first year of life and there is no possibility of possible allergic reactions.
With the introduction of honey in the diet, one should be careful with children whose parents have allergic manifestations. In those cases, one gram of honey per kilogram of body weight, divided into two to three doses, is recommended, and then the child is monitored for a few days. The recommended daily dose of Bimunal Imuno contains 2 g of honey, which is several times lower dose, so that even in this group of children, the use of Bimunal Imuno is not excluded.
For children, honey is a “ready-made” food, which is 100% used in the body.
For children whose nutrition consists of milk formulas, honey is used as a milk sweetener. This world-famous “Kombi’s method of milk regeneration” is successfully applied in Switzerland.
Dr. Lutinger, a famous pediatrician from New York, advises the use of honey in children on both natural and artificial nutrition, because it improves digestion, destroys pathogenic flora in the intestines (stops diarrhea), prevents bloating and cramps in intestines, stops vomiting, acts as a mild laxative (relieves constipation).
Regular, daily intake of honey provides health and vitality, better development and progress, greater resistance to infections.
Honey also acts as a probiotic, stimulating the bacteria of the digestive organs. It is known that the intestinal microflora plays an important role in maintaining health – the beneficial microflora reduces harmful bacteria in the intestines. Honey increases the number of lactic bacteria (Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidus), which grow in the intestines of every person.
They produce metabolites that inhibit (interfere with) the growth of pathogenic bacteria. It has been proven that honey is very important in the treatment of children’s bacterial diarrhea.