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The magic of honey

Honey is an ancient ingredient known since the beginning of time. It was with man for such long time that even cave paintings show that it was already used in prehistory. The high regard in which the Romans had towards this natural food is evident in many documents and other archaeological finds. In fact, the first and most famous Roman road, Via Appia was named for the large number of hives that were round about.

Magic of honey

Magic of honey

The honey from the nectar of plants collected and processed by bees. It is the ultimate energy food and a great remedy for many diseases and ailments. It is rich in natural sugars and has a dramatic positive effect on the body with its components, such as organic trace elements and minerals, hormones and vitamins, alive to develop a role as a powerful catalyst, capable of releasing the energy potential in other elements.

The many medicinal properties attributed to it, both by internal and external application, make honey a sweet medicine. Its excellent antioxidant properties, which give extra energy into the bloodstream, good taste, and just because it’s healthy, honey makes a staple of every diet.

Honeys and their properties

Honeys and their properties

Honeys and their properties

Multifloral honey: is that which comes from various flowers, with no clearly predominant species.

Unifloral honeys:

Rosemary Honey: tonic in cases of stress and exhaustion, supports liver function. Very light amber, floral aroma and sweet flavor.

Thyme Honey: antiseptic, digestive, it is appropriate in cases of gastroenteritis. Thyme offers a dark amber honey, often with reddish hues, an intense and characteristic aroma and sweet flavor with light sour notes.

Lavender Honey: antiseptic, expectorant and sedative, it is recommended in case of bronchitis, colds and upper respiratory nervous type spasmodic cough. Slightly yellowish color and smooth consistency. Aroma and flavor characteristics, reminiscent of lavender and is very persistent. Fine table honey. Very rich in iron. Heart tonic.

Forest honey: ideal for asthma and bronchitis. It’s a little dark, very rich in minerals, aroma and sweet taste with salt clear notes, after the storms of August. Healing properties.

The legend of honey

The legend of honey

The legend of honey

It is often cited as a symbol of sweetness, smoothness or maximum fine earth or in heaven and therefore also the state of perfect happiness, for example, nirvana. For their nutritional value in itself symbolizes the vital energy of immortality.

In China it was kept intimate symbiotic relationship with the land and the midpoint, which is why the emperor always served a little honey. The ancients considered honey as being “mystic”, among other things, because innocent insects produced it from flowers and, most importantly, without having to do them any harm, or even touch them, hence arises the symbolism of spiritual knowledge, inspiration, peace and tranquility.

The benefits of honey

The benefits of honey

The benefits of honey

This natural product has significant positive effect for our body. One is its high nutritional value. It is also a natural antibiotic, restores balance and energy. On the other hand, it has antiseptic qualities, bactericides and disinfectants and stimulating. It also has antioxidant, anti-aging properties.

Therefore, it is perfect for children, seniors, students, convalescents and athletes. It also has beneficial effects on the circulatory system, respiratory, liver, intestines and kidneys. In times of a head cold it is also ideal, as it helps us to alleviate the symptoms of colds. It also has therapeutic, diet and energy value.

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