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Honey remains a crucial part of human health, just as it has been for thousands of years. The dense nutrient profile of honey includes various active ingredients and organic compounds that can eliminate excess cholesterol in the body and keep the blood vessels clear of blockage. This is particularly important if you suffer from angina, the tightening of the chest and shortness of breath that can act as a precursor for more serious cardiac issues. Honey can be added to chamomile tea, or mixed with milk and consumed directly, in order to benefit from its many nutrients and fend off angina.

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