Honey mixed with water, an incredible sunna!

The Prophet's drink صلى الله عليه وسلم: honey with cold water

8 Things that happen when you drink water with honey on an empty stomach.

Honey is one of the foods that has been used for centuries. It's an excellent source of health-promoting nutrients.
However, many people aren't aware of honey's special healing properties when mixed with cold water.

How to prepare honey water


  • One cup of water (cold or lukewarm)
  • One tablespoon honey.


Mix the honey and water. The density of this mixture should be similar to blood plasma. The body takes little time to assimilate this mixture. This one brings many medicinal virtues.

The benefits of mixing water and honey:

  • It eliminates mucus found in the lungs (particularly useful for patients suffering from cold and fever)It prevents and eliminates parasites and bleeding from the digestive tract.
  • It fights bronchitis, colds and strengthens the immune system. A slight increase in waist circumference after a few days' consumption of this remedy is nothing to worry about. Very quickly, the body returns to its normal appearance.
  • It has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. It eliminates accumulated toxins from the body and intestines.
  • It is useful for people suffering from uncontrolled urination at night. It makes the skin more youthful, shiny and silky.

How to consume honey water

Drink the water and honey mix in the morning on an empty stomach to avoid problems and feel the best effects. Remember to drink this potion very quickly. You can also use this mixture before going to bed.
It's best to prepare the mixture just before use.

"He drank honey mixed with cold water; which keeps health in good condition, for drinking this mixture or lapping it on an empty stomach, melts the lymph and washes the fluff out of the stomach, removes its viscosity, rids it of waste, heats it in moderation, pushes out its obstruction, and it has the same effect on the liver; kidneys and bladder."

Ibn Al-Qayyim رحمه الله in his book "At-Tib an-Nabawy" page 184, chapter on beverages.

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