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Honeydew honey, from coniferous trees. Its color can be grey green, brown, or even black, depending on the tree species the honeydew is obtained from. It crystallizes rather slowly, becoming lumpy in the process. The smell is slightly spicy and the taste is mild and not very sweet. Honeydew honey from coniferous trees has anti-inflammatory, disinfecting, expectorant and antibiotic effects. It contains more active substances, especially biologically active iron, than nectar honeys. It is useful for upper respiratory tract diseases and in cases of lowered immunity. It also supports the treatment of rheumatic, skin and nervous diseases.
It contains a large quantity of fructose, therefore it crystallizes very slowly. The color of pure acacia honey is light creamy, turning neutral. White or straw-colored after crystallization. The taste slightly resembles that of acacia flowers. Fully mature acacia honey is characterized by a higher content of sucrose than in other honeys. Acacia honey is applicable in the treatment of chronic gastric and duodenal ulcer diseases, of hyperacid gastritis, mucous membrane inflammations and spasmodic conditions of the intestines. In the case of ulcers, acacia honey accelerates regeneration of the tissue of existing erosions and ulcerations. It also affects intestine peristalsis and is characterized by a low biotic activity.
Coriander Honey is derived from the nectar of flowers of coriander herb. The nectar of coriander is highly dependent on weather conditions and usually the plant produces it every five to six years. And even then, the production is low. The first thing somebody can say about this honey is that it looks and tastes different. Coriander raw honey is golden amber color, specific taste and mild aroma, which is levied two weeks after extraction. The process of crystallization changes color of the honey to white, gray and golden-gray.
Coriander honey supports digestion and may help to reduce bloating, constipation, indigestion, hyper-acid gastritis and ulcers. I also protects the liver, prevents nausea, activates blood circulation, stimulates memory. It is considered bactericide and fungicide. It regulates insulin levels and lowers cholesterol.
Phacelia is a versatile plant that is used extensively in Europe, both as a cover crop and as bee forage. It is also being increasingly used in California USA – especially in vineyards. Phacelia is listed as one of the top 20 honey-producing flowers for honeybees. Phacelia's habit of flowering abundantly and for a long period can increase beneficial insect numbers and diversity, because it provides high quality nectar and pollen.
Phacelia honey is obtained from the nectar of phacelia and has a unique, sophisticated taste and aroma. It can be used daily like any other honey. Because of the mild taste and aroma can be used instead of sugar to sweeten all drinks and meals.
Phacelia Honey strengthens the body and helps to prevent from colds and inflammations of the upper respiratory tract. It should be consumed after heavy physical exercise and increased intellectual effort. It supports the treatment of diseases of the digestive system: gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, problems with the liver, pancreas and gall bladder. Like other light nectar honeys may help in the treatment of cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, cardiac failure, and hypertension.