Honey or rapeseed honey? The choice depends on the desired results: increased energy, a relaxed course of colds or a healthier Stomach. There are many types of bee honeys and each one has different characteristics, nutritional properties and medicinal qualities.
Multi-flower honey, also known as “honey of a thousand flowers” or “nectar-honey multifloral”, is actually a large group of honeys coming from different flowers, shrubs and trees, both cultivated and wildly growing, harvested from apiaries in various Locations and at different times of the year. therefore, two jars of multi-flower honey may have different colours and even different nutritional values and taste Qualities. What connects them all is a mild and very sweet taste, because of which they belong to favorite delicacies of Children.
Multiflowered Honey – Nutritional values
The multiflowered honey consists mainly of carbohydrates (glucose, fructose). It also includes:
- Organic Acids (gluconic acid, apple, citric, pantothenic),
- Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, pantothenic acid, biotin),
- Micro and macroelements (silicon, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, chlorine),
- Enzymes (E.G. inhibina, lysozyme), bioelements and substances inhibiting the development of MICRO-ORGANISMS.
Characteristics of Multiflower Honey
There are two types of honey -depending on the time of year in which it was collected. The first is the honey Flower Spring. It is pale yellow in colour honey, or light grey. It includes mostly simple sugars. Among its medicinal properties can be identified to assist the liver detoxification, and adjust the working of the digestive system and the cardiovascular system. The spring honey is also an ally in the fight against cardiac problems, because its glucose nourishes heart muscle. Its intake is recommended in low-energy States and excessive fatigue.
The second type of honey hotfile this summer (may contain nectar Linden, phacelia, mustard) and autumn-winter (it consists of usually buckwheat, sunflower). It has an amber color, tea or light brown. Is richer in nutrients, enzymes and microbial components than honey spring. For this reason, has antibacterial properties, it helps colds and strengthens the immunity of the organism. This honey is recommended for Qatar fever, asthma and bronchial allergy pyłkowych. Chewing honeycomb autumn-winter helps odczulić to pollen in it. The treatment must, however, be used only under the watchful eye of a doctor.
In addition, regularly consumed hotfile:
- prevents diseases of the gall bladder and stomach,
- supports metabolism,
- calms to help combat neurosis or depression,
- prevents tooth decay.
The use of honey in culinary art
Hotfile is widely used in the kitchen. The 100 g is only about 300 calories. The same amount of sugar as much as 380 kcal. That’s why hotfile is a natural, healthy and low-calorie sugar substitute in baking and cooking. It is much sweeter than sugar, hence it is used less, further reducing in this way the number of consumed calories. Therefore, it is recommended that you use it to sweeten tea, coffee or milk. Honey wielokwiatowego can also be used to produce homemade honey tincture. Keep in mind that to fully benefit from its medicinal properties, do not cook or add to food and hot drinks (at a temperature above 45 ° c), because then break down the enzymes and other valuable substances.
Hotfile in cosmetics
In cosmetics, the multiflowered honey is used only because of its silicon, which is the building block of beautiful and healthy skin, hair and Nails. It is often combined with milk proteins, vanilla, cinnamon and vitamin A and used as an ingredient in creams, FACIALSS and Peels. This form smoothes and nourishes the skin of the face, arms and whole body. The Honey Spa is used for bathing and massage – heated and combined with essential oil to relax, yet Refreshing. Honey also helps in waxing and relieving irritation after shaving. As an ingredient in shampoos and nutrientss, the multiflowered honey has nourishing properties and strengthens the hair tip.
How to choose a good multifloral honey?
The best is raw honey, unfiltered and collected locally. A good test of the quality of honey is its crystallization. Natural Honey crystallized, or becomes cloudy and then harden, within 3 – 4 months of harvest, and sometimes even after a few days. This is the most natural process, indicating the high quality of honey. It is known that it does not contain any additives, e.g. Water. No crystallized is made of artificial honey.