She served nectar and ambrosia to the Olympians and later married Heracles, with whom she had two children, Alexiares and Anicetus. Her name comes from the Greek word for youth, and it was believed that she had the ability to restore youth.
When Iolaus, Heracles' charioteer, was about to fight against Eurystheus, he asked Hebe to become young again for one day. Hebe was reluctant initially, but Themis, the goddess of justice, told her that it would be fair to do it. Thus, Iolaus' wish was granted and he emerged victorious.
Hebe had 2 children: Alexiares and Anicetus.
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