wild flower honey
This honey is distinguished from others, as the bee that produced it extracted it from the nectar of more than one type of flower, and it has more than one benefit, and there is a percentage of pollen grains, which gives it a high nutritional value.
Features of wildflower honey:
Wildflower honey is characterized by being light in color and with a fruity taste, but it is multi-flavored and multi-colored, due to the different flowers that grow in different climates of the year. The honey collected at the end of summer and autumn is often of stronger taste and darker color
Like wild acacia honey, it is the honey that bees produce from the nectar of the acacia tree flowers. The color of this honey is dark red to brown and has a distinctive aroma and flavor and its penetration. The fame of this type of honey is increasing for its nutritional, health, and therapeutic value, and its delicious taste.
While the color of honey is lighter and its taste is lighter, resulting from the nectar of flowers that grow in the spring and early summer, such as clover flower honey and orange flower nectar honey, and we can describe wild flower honey as smelling of a group of flowers whose nectar bees collected from more than one plant To give a wonderful taste and many benefits that match the floral source and it is similar to green field honey, but it has stronger qualities than it in terms of taste and color. This is because it has a mild taste and therefore does not affect the other ingredients in the food. It is also a good sweetener for tea and tastes good, especially when mixed with fruits to make iced juices. It is also one of the best types to eat during breakfast.
Benefits of some types of flower honey Wildflower honey:
1- This type of honey is famous for its ability to lose weight significantly, and the reason for this is because it is rich in various vitamins and minerals that the body needs, and it also contains important minerals for weight loss.
2- Increasing energy because it is a concentrated source of carbohydrates, sugars and minerals that stimulate the metabolism process and provide the body with the necessary energy.
3- Treating the problem of dry throat, and an effective treatment for cough.
4- This honey improves the ability to see, and it is a treatment for migraines and nervous headaches.
5- Good for treating eczema, psoriasis, impetigo, and boils that affect the skin.
6- It has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine properties.
7- The body gets rid of seasonal allergies. When consuming it with the pollen contained in the flowers of the season, it alerts the human immune system to produce antibodies equivalent to the allergic reaction that results from inhaling the pollen grains in the season.
8- Helps digestion, relieves infections of the gastrointestinal tract, and prevents constipation
9- Rich in antioxidants that protect against free radicals that cause degenerative diseases and cancer
This honey is widely used in the treatment of oral pain and gums, and it is good for treating ulcers in the mouth, and it also protects the teeth from decay because it contains a high percentage of antibiotics that sterilize the mouth and kill all kinds of bacteria in it.
It is considered one of the varieties of honey that is useful in treating digestive disorders and indigestion.
Nutritional value of wildflower honey:
Wildflower honey contains varying proportions of:
1- The sugars fructose, glucose, maltose, sucrose, and water,
2- A number of yeasts such as: amylase, phosphatase, invertase, catalase, peroxidase, and lipase.
3- A large number of amino acids such as phenylalanine acid, proline acid, tyrosine acid, thyronine acid, alanine acid, glutamic acid, sarin acid, isoleucine acid, histidine acid.
4- A large group of vitamins such as vitamins B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B8, B9, vitamin C, carotene.
5- In addition to the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, zinc, manganese, lead, and copper.
From the hive to the bottle
Unheated- Unprocessed - UnfilteredI
Method of determination of honey pollen and geographical source of honey:
Here is a clarification of some of the necessary points related to what we have mentioned:
How to check honey at home?
HOW TO EAT HONEY?
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