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Acacia honey (honey from white acacia)

Acacia honey is collected in the end of spring-beginning of summer. This valuable bee product can be of two types (white and yellow). In the content of any of the acacia honeys, glucose and fructose conclude 36% and 41% respectively, big amount of chrome, copper, lithium, and manganese also are present there. From one hectare of the yellow (elm) or white (locust) acacia it is possible to get 1.7 tons of astonishingly delicious honey. White acacia blossoms for up to two weeks, from which the plant fruits only for one week. Honey from white acacia is clear, to the taste it distinguishes itself with softness and lack of any bitterness, strong and pleasant aftertaste, and it has a delicate vivid floral scent. The crystallization of the honey starts only in a year, during which it turns as white as snow. Since there is a high level of fructose in acacia honey, it digests easily by the organism. Sedative, tonic, nourishing, rejuvenate, lowering blood pressure and wholesome antiseptic functions (for example, it helps to cure conjunctivitis) are the curative features of this product. Furthermore, acacia honey has a positive impact on the body with hepatic or kidney diseases. When this sweetness consumed regularly (that on average should not exceed 100g for adults and 20g for children), the blood and level of hemoglobin normalize. 

Polyflora / Multiflower honey

Bees collect polyflora honey with pleasure from those plants, whose inflorescences produce lots of nectar (for example, oxeye daisy, thyme, sage etc.). It is not a coincidence that this type of honey is also called polyflora, since it is a mixture of nectars taken from a big number of various plants. Usually, multiflora honey is tinted in a distinct yellow tinge, is transparent or absolutely dull in its consistence. If the honey has a way dark color, it means that in its content there is a lot of honeydew, which does not influence the healthiness of the product, but slightly changes the gustatory qualities.  The scent of this honey is fragrant, won from different meadow plants. Polyflora honey is rather sticky and stingy, starts to crystallize in about 3-4 months after pumping, and this process can last for up to 7-9 months, after what the honey receives a considerably lighter tinge. Dependent on the meadow flowers present in the bouquet of one or another polyflora, this honey can be used for different purposes: for curing wounds and burns (sage), various inflammations, as well as angina and cystitis (chamomile), when having kidney or stomach troubles (geranium). Polyflora strengthens the immune system, therefore, this honey is irreplaceable in any season for supporting an excellent condition of the body.

May honey

May honey is the earliest bee product that appears at the counters in the beginning of June. Beekeepers suggest starting to eat may honey in 3-5 months after it has been gathered, since it gets its specific mint taste and interesting aroma then. The melliferous herbs for the May honey usually are the primroses of acacia, hawthorn, hyacinths, narcissi, and peonies. May honey does not have a saturated color, but a slightly yellowish nuance. Natural honey has a mint-menthol smack, and same nice odor. Owing to a considerable content of glucose this sweetness thickens quite fast (in 3-4 months). As far as May honey is the first one, it has an enormous amount of minerals that are so wholesome for the organism when having anemias, iron deficiency, diabetes, and skin and hair problems.

Linden honey

Linden honey is comparatively widespread. It is claimed that it has more nutrients than polyflora honey does, as well as nice linden flowers scent. From one linden tree it is possible to gather up to 16kgs of honey, and from 1 hectare, theoretically, up to a ton of honey. As for the color, linden honey is semi-transparent with amber shimmer (yellow or green tint can also be present). This type of delicacies has a very rich taste, with a slight bitterness and astringent aftertaste. And in the smell there are pleasant mint notes. Linden honey crystallizes quite long (from 3 to 7 months), gets granular in canary color. As for the medicinal benefits, here linden honey can be considered simply a fount of vitamins, microelements, and amino acids, as well as the distinguished farnesol (the substance can be found exclusively in linden honey), which functions as an antiseptic. Linden honey is ideal in case of colds and wound healing.

Buckwheat honey

Buckwheat honey is a very specific and easily memorable product.  It can be recognized by the dark deep color, typical texture and aftertaste. Having tasted even a small spoon of this honey, one starts to have a tickle in the throat. Except for the folk medicine, it is used in cosmetology, because of the included mineral substances, proteins and iron. As to the color of the buckwheat honey, it can vary from brown to brownish red. This kind of product has a cognac flavor and very nice smell, in which nuts, caramel and cinnamon notes are mixed. Buckwheat honey thickens quite fast, forming large crystals. Buckwheat honey has a positive impact on the process of fighting with anemia, iron deficiency, liver problems and hemorrhage, this product is also a perfect immune stimulating means and antidepressant.

Sunflower honey

Sunflower honey distinguishes itself with a significant amount of carotene and vitamin A, as well as other rare ferments that can be found in a limited number of products. Sunflower honey is widely spread. Its color, corresponding to the name, is sunny, goldish, and can get some amber tide. As for the taste, sunflower honey is slightly sour and fruity. From buckwheat honey one has a tickle in the throat, and from the sunflower honey – nipping. This type of honey does not have a strong but a fruity odor. It thickens fast (in 2-3 weeks). A good effect of consuming sunflower honey may be observed when having diseases of the respiratory tract, and cardio-vascular diseases. It also ensures support for the body when having neuralgias, atherosclerosis and osteochondritis, helps to cleanse the body of toxins and cures the gastrointestinal colic.

Rape honey

Rape honey has some beneficial features, but demands a delicate attitude towards its storage. From 1 hectare of rape 50kgs of honey come out. More than a half (51%) of its content conclude the ferments and glucose, another part is occupied by vitamins, mineral substances, and ascorbic acid. Initially rape honey is almost transparent or slightly yellow, and during the crystallization that goes rapidly (3-4 weeks) it turns white. As for the taste, it is nice, reminds mustard a bit, and has a kind of a specific light scent of the morning rape field. Rape honey is used in the fight against toxicosis, and bareness; the ointments containing rape honey make diabetic ulcers disappear, it is also used when having stomatitis and other diseases of oral cavity. This particular type of honey is good for the process of functioning normalization of thyroid gland. Apart from the mentioned qualities, it also has a positive influence on the immune system, and also does not trigger any allergy. Though one should remember that if consume too much rape honey, one can feel sick, or even sugar diabetes might develop.

Wild hive honey

Wild hive honey is considered to be one of the cleanest gifts of nature. It is collected by the wild bees and differs from the honey we are used to. This honey is not filtered, and when extracted is not in contact with any hardware.  The value of this honey is its firmness and rich composition (beeswax, royal jelly, bee-bread/ambrosia and other elements are included in it). Wild hive honey is the most healing and concentrated sort. A thin scent of smoke, dark brown color with amber tinge, strong vegetable smell, and stringy beeswax are typical for it.

Angelica honey

Angelica honey has originally been spread in the northern parts of Europe and Asia, and has got to the Central Europe only by the fourteenth century from Scandinavia. Angelica is an herb that can be most frequently met in the bushlands or alder forests. Honey that is made of it can be from dark brown to amber red colors, with a nice light bitterness and caramel smack. Angelica honey is often used in culinary, partially because of the rich bee nectar. It crystallizes quite long. Angelica honey is also irreplaceable in the dental practice. Apart from this, its medicinal benefits can help to lessen stomach and kidney cramps, to treat dystrophy, myocardium, and hypertension. It has excellent tonic (for vessels), sudorific (when having colds), antiphlogistic (when having angina), antiseptic, fungicidal, and antidepressant features. One should remember that specialists do not recommend to dissolve this dainty in milk, besides the usual contra-indications for allergic, diabetic, and overweight people.

Chestnut honey

Chestnut honey is collected by the bees from the trees of the same name (about 60kgs of honey can be gathered from one hectare). This sweetness distinguishes itself from other types with its dark amber, deep color, and peculiar exclusively to it nut acerbity with some bitterness. Additionally, chestnut honey is not at all sickly sweet, and it smells like summer and sun. This type of the product crystallizes in 2 months after the season. This special honey has perfect medical benefits, sometimes it is called edible antibiotic. Moreover, it is beneficial to take chestnut honey in preventive measures against diseases of the genitourinary system of both men and women. Furthermore, chestnut honey can help to cope with the syndrome of constant tiredness, sleep disruptions, and strong migraines. It is good to know that this product is the strongest allergen amongst other types of honey, therefore, one should be very careful.

Cedar honey

Cedar honey includes in itself the resin of coniferous trees. The uniqueness of this type of honey lies within the fact that the component essential / volatile oils, resins, and other salubrious substances with antimicrobial features, together with iodine and other microelements, help to beat the skin diseases and colds. This honey is collected not by the bees, but is received by way of artificial mixing of galipot with nectar of plants growing in cedar forests.  Generally, the cedar product has amber color, but can sparkle with some dark and green accents. This type of honey has a piquant pine flavor and scent. The crystallization of this product goes in the normal way, it can become sugared even in a year. Aside from fighting against colds and viruses, this honey is used while healing the wounds and ulcers; it is also applied as some tonic, regenerative / recreational, anaesthetic, and stimulating means.

Willow-herb honey

Willow-herb has been known since olden times among the people as rose-bay / fireweed, and honey from it regarding its taste and healing features can be compared with linden and clover honey. Willow-herb honey is light, with some green accent, has a distinctive sweet, even luscious taste with a specific flower heady aroma. Willow-herb honey crystallizes very fast, though can be consumed in any shape or form. The benefit of willow-herb honey is obvious when treating diseases of the respiratory organs and skin infections (for example, asthma, chronic bronchitis, eczema). Furthermore, this type of sweets heals small sores in throat, and helps to cure stomatitis.

Clover honey

Clover honey is considered to be a very popular type of delicacies. More often this honey gathered from white or pink clover can be found. From one hectare of the plant one can gather up to 150kgs of honey. The main suppliers of this type of dainties are the USA, Canada, and New Zealand. Its color is light with amber admixtures. Since clover honey is not bitter, it is frequently used in culinary. The fresher the honey is, the stronger its pleasant scent of the meadow grass is. Depending on the type of clover, the honey from it crystallizes from one and up to two months. The healing properties of clover honey have been known to the humanity since ages. It is wholesome as an antiseptic, it prevents the formation of cholesterol, and helps to avoid diseases of the cardiovascular system, supports when treating liver and the alimentary canal.

Coriander honey

Coriander honey is considered to be quite a rare delicacy, even taken into account that coriander / cilantro is comparatively widespread in Ukraine, Russia, and other warm regions of Eurasia. Coriander honey (freshly-pumped) is transparent, the color varies from light-brown to amber (if any deviations exist, one can say that such honey is polyfloral). The specific color of this kind of honey is achieved due to iron and manganese, which are contained in large amounts in cilantro. The scent of the honey is quite keen, but piquant and pleasant, since the honey comprises more than 10 types of essential /volatile oils. It is worth mentioning that this type of honey crystallizes in a large-granular mass (a month or two after having been pumped). It is known that this product is used when having kidney disease, rheumatism, arthritis, diarrhea etc. Coriander honey also assists in the cleansing of the vessels from cholesterol, and is a perfect soothing instrument for the nerve system, as well as a valuable food additive.

Royal honey

A mixture of royal honey and honey is sated with more than 400 substances, health-giving ingredients and microelements. It is logical that royal honey is produced by humans and not by bees. The honey part serves as a preservative for the queen bees’ jelly, that can be stored only for several hours in the raw form. The royal jelly is called so since it includes in itself a vast number of elements (proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, amino acids, zinc, cobalt, calcium, silicon, cobalt, and phosphorus). If royal jelly is mixed with acacia, sweet clover, or willow-herb honey, then the product will be white; if with linden, then light golden etc. As for the taste, this delicacy is very palatable, having a light honey scent. In the prepared by the beekeepers royal jelly, only the honey part crystallizes. Amongst the wholesome qualities of the royal honey one emphasizes immunity stimulation, strengthening of the infants’ bodies, the fight against anemia, treatment of blood pressure drops, increasing the functionality of the nerve system and normalization of the metabolism. Additionally, this product is used when having erection problems of men, infringement of hormonal background of women, and insomnia.

Honey with propolis

This product is obtained in the summer and autumn periods. Propolis / bee-glue is a specific substance with a nice smell and taste with some bitterness. Honey with propolis is a mixture containing about 16 classes of organic matters and 200 active components. Honey with propolis normally has the color of the honey basis, but sometimes the color of the pulling can influence the general outlook. The delicacy has a pleasant spicy scent. For the sanitary and healing purposes propolis with honey can be used as some disinfectant, antioxidant, wound healing, or antiviral means.

Honeydew

Honeydew has got its name from the inferior sources of nectar (dew), that are leaves, buds, sweet secretions of insects living on the plants. Normally there are up to 3,5 times more of albumen than in other types of honey in the composition of this honey ranging from light green to bright black color. It is worth to remember that honeydew can sour and get wasted, since it has a high figure of hygroscopicity. Honeydew is known for its color and density, as well as the absence of surplus sugar in the content, and it is slightly bitter. It is frequently used in medicine and perfumery, but it does not have a strong and heavy flavor. Honeydew does not crystallize and thickens very slowly. Due to the taste characteristics, this type of nectar has not taken roots in culinary, but is a guest of honor in medicine, because of the high content of manganese, iron, phosphorus, and cobalt.

Pumpkin honey is considered to be quite a rare delicacy, but a very interesting regarding the taste and healing characteristics one. It can rarely be seen in the ordinary shops or at the market, but one should definitely try it at the first opportunity. It is possible to get just 30kgs of honey from one hectare of pumpkins. It is not surprising that people often tend to produce this honey by filling a pumpkin with sugar themselves. After eating some pumpkin honey, the melon aftertaste is left, and the color is light golden. It has a sweet scent, but this does not correspond to the taste characteristics, since pumpkin honey is not known for its lusciousness or excessive sweetness. This type of honey thickens and crystallizes quite quickly, turning into a yellowish mass. Medicinally, pumpkin honey can be used for treating hepatitis and diseases of the digestive system, as well as when having colds, injuries / bruises, and burns.

Sainfoin honey

Sainfoin honey is a high-quality nectar, medical properties of which are incontestable. Nitrogen-free compounds, flavones, ascorbic acid, and rutin are in its’ composition. This honey is the outcome of the hard work of bees above the perennial plant sainfoin, widely spread in Transcaucasia, and which is blossoming only up to four weeks with the air temperature of not higher than 22-25 С° (up to 6kgs of the nectar can be gathered from one hectare of sainfoin). At the beginning the sainfoin honey is almost transparent, it can gradually acquire the amber tinge. Crystallization takes approximately 2 montsh, after what the honey turns into some white solid mass that reminds fat. This type of honey has a moderately sweet and nice taste, and its scent reminds the smell of roses. With such an amazing honey, one can make the circulation of the blood better, strengthen the capillaries, and use it as a diuretic. Moreover, sainfoin honey can have a positive impact on the functioning of the bowels, healing of wounds, it has antibacterial and disinfector features, and increases the level of hemoglobin in the blood.

Acacia honey (honey from white acacia)

Acacia honey is collected in the end of spring-beginning of summer. This valuable bee product can be of two types (white and yellow). In the content of any of the acacia honeys, glucose and fructose conclude 36% and 41% respectively, big amount of chrome, copper, lithium, and manganese also are present there. From one hectare of the yellow (elm) or white (locust) acacia it is possible to get 1.7 tons of astonishingly delicious honey. White acacia blossoms for up to two weeks, from which the plant fruits only for one week. Honey from white acacia is clear, to the taste it distinguishes itself with softness and lack of any bitterness, strong and pleasant aftertaste, and it has a delicate vivid floral scent. The crystallization of the honey starts only in a year, during which it turns as white as snow. Since there is a high level of fructose in acacia honey, it digests easily by the organism. Sedative, tonic, nourishing, rejuvenate, lowering blood pressure and wholesome antiseptic functions (for example, it helps to cure conjunctivitis) are the curative features of this product. Furthermore, acacia honey has a positive impact on the body with hepatic or kidney diseases. When this sweetness consumed regularly (that on average should not exceed 100g for adults and 20g for children), the blood and level of hemoglobin normalize. 

Polyflora / Multiflower honey

Bees collect polyflora honey with pleasure from those plants, whose inflorescences produce lots of nectar (for example, oxeye daisy, thyme, sage etc.). It is not a coincidence that this type of honey is also called polyflora, since it is a mixture of nectars taken from a big number of various plants. Usually, multiflora honey is tinted in a distinct yellow tinge, is transparent or absolutely dull in its consistence. If the honey has a way dark color, it means that in its content there is a lot of honeydew, which does not influence the healthiness of the product, but slightly changes the gustatory qualities.  The scent of this honey is fragrant, won from different meadow plants. Polyflora honey is rather sticky and stingy, starts to crystallize in about 3-4 months after pumping, and this process can last for up to 7-9 months, after what the honey receives a considerably lighter tinge. Dependent on the meadow flowers present in the bouquet of one or another polyflora, this honey can be used for different purposes: for curing wounds and burns (sage), various inflammations, as well as angina and cystitis (chamomile), when having kidney or stomach troubles (geranium). Polyflora strengthens the immune system, therefore, this honey is irreplaceable in any season for supporting an excellent condition of the body.

May honey

May honey is the earliest bee product that appears at the counters in the beginning of June. Beekeepers suggest starting to eat may honey in 3-5 months after it has been gathered, since it gets its specific mint taste and interesting aroma then. The melliferous herbs for the May honey usually are the primroses of acacia, hawthorn, hyacinths, narcissi, and peonies. May honey does not have a saturated color, but a slightly yellowish nuance. Natural honey has a mint-menthol smack, and same nice odor. Owing to a considerable content of glucose this sweetness thickens quite fast (in 3-4 months). As far as May honey is the first one, it has an enormous amount of minerals that are so wholesome for the organism when having anemias, iron deficiency, diabetes, and skin and hair problems.

Linden honey

Linden honey is comparatively widespread. It is claimed that it has more nutrients than polyflora honey does, as well as nice linden flowers scent. From one linden tree it is possible to gather up to 16kgs of honey, and from 1 hectare, theoretically, up to a ton of honey. As for the color, linden honey is semi-transparent with amber shimmer (yellow or green tint can also be present). This type of delicacies has a very rich taste, with a slight bitterness and astringent aftertaste. And in the smell there are pleasant mint notes. Linden honey crystallizes quite long (from 3 to 7 months), gets granular in canary color. As for the medicinal benefits, here linden honey can be considered simply a fount of vitamins, microelements, and amino acids, as well as the distinguished farnesol (the substance can be found exclusively in linden honey), which functions as an antiseptic. Linden honey is ideal in case of colds and wound healing.

Buckwheat honey

Buckwheat honey is a very specific and easily memorable product.  It can be recognized by the dark deep color, typical texture and aftertaste. Having tasted even a small spoon of this honey, one starts to have a tickle in the throat. Except for the folk medicine, it is used in cosmetology, because of the included mineral substances, proteins and iron. As to the color of the buckwheat honey, it can vary from brown to brownish red. This kind of product has a cognac flavor and very nice smell, in which nuts, caramel and cinnamon notes are mixed. Buckwheat honey thickens quite fast, forming large crystals. Buckwheat honey has a positive impact on the process of fighting with anemia, iron deficiency, liver problems and hemorrhage, this product is also a perfect immune stimulating means and antidepressant.

Sunflower honey

Sunflower honey distinguishes itself with a significant amount of carotene and vitamin A, as well as other rare ferments that can be found in a limited number of products. Sunflower honey is widely spread. Its color, corresponding to the name, is sunny, goldish, and can get some amber tide. As for the taste, sunflower honey is slightly sour and fruity. From buckwheat honey one has a tickle in the throat, and from the sunflower honey – nipping. This type of honey does not have a strong but a fruity odor. It thickens fast (in 2-3 weeks). A good effect of consuming sunflower honey may be observed when having diseases of the respiratory tract, and cardio-vascular diseases. It also ensures support for the body when having neuralgias, atherosclerosis and osteochondritis, helps to cleanse the body of toxins and cures the gastrointestinal colic.

Rape honey

Rape honey has some beneficial features, but demands a delicate attitude towards its storage. From 1 hectare of rape 50kgs of honey come out. More than a half (51%) of its content conclude the ferments and glucose, another part is occupied by vitamins, mineral substances, and ascorbic acid. Initially rape honey is almost transparent or slightly yellow, and during the crystallization that goes rapidly (3-4 weeks) it turns white. As for the taste, it is nice, reminds mustard a bit, and has a kind of a specific light scent of the morning rape field. Rape honey is used in the fight against toxicosis, and bareness; the ointments containing rape honey make diabetic ulcers disappear, it is also used when having stomatitis and other diseases of oral cavity. This particular type of honey is good for the process of functioning normalization of thyroid gland. Apart from the mentioned qualities, it also has a positive influence on the immune system, and also does not trigger any allergy. Though one should remember that if consume too much rape honey, one can feel sick, or even sugar diabetes might develop.

Wild hive honey

Wild hive honey is considered to be one of the cleanest gifts of nature. It is collected by the wild bees and differs from the honey we are used to. This honey is not filtered, and when extracted is not in contact with any hardware.  The value of this honey is its firmness and rich composition (beeswax, royal jelly, bee-bread/ambrosia and other elements are included in it). Wild hive honey is the most healing and concentrated sort. A thin scent of smoke, dark brown color with amber tinge, strong vegetable smell, and stringy beeswax are typical for it.

Angelica honey

Angelica honey has originally been spread in the northern parts of Europe and Asia, and has got to the Central Europe only by the fourteenth century from Scandinavia. Angelica is an herb that can be most frequently met in the bushlands or alder forests. Honey that is made of it can be from dark brown to amber red colors, with a nice light bitterness and caramel smack. Angelica honey is often used in culinary, partially because of the rich bee nectar. It crystallizes quite long. Angelica honey is also irreplaceable in the dental practice. Apart from this, its medicinal benefits can help to lessen stomach and kidney cramps, to treat dystrophy, myocardium, and hypertension. It has excellent tonic (for vessels), sudorific (when having colds), antiphlogistic (when having angina), antiseptic, fungicidal, and antidepressant features. One should remember that specialists do not recommend to dissolve this dainty in milk, besides the usual contra-indications for allergic, diabetic, and overweight people.

Chestnut honey

Chestnut honey is collected by the bees from the trees of the same name (about 60kgs of honey can be gathered from one hectare). This sweetness distinguishes itself from other types with its dark amber, deep color, and peculiar exclusively to it nut acerbity with some bitterness. Additionally, chestnut honey is not at all sickly sweet, and it smells like summer and sun. This type of the product crystallizes in 2 months after the season. This special honey has perfect medical benefits, sometimes it is called edible antibiotic. Moreover, it is beneficial to take chestnut honey in preventive measures against diseases of the genitourinary system of both men and women. Furthermore, chestnut honey can help to cope with the syndrome of constant tiredness, sleep disruptions, and strong migraines. It is good to know that this product is the strongest allergen amongst other types of honey, therefore, one should be very careful.

Cedar honey

Cedar honey includes in itself the resin of coniferous trees. The uniqueness of this type of honey lies within the fact that the component essential / volatile oils, resins, and other salubrious substances with antimicrobial features, together with iodine and other microelements, help to beat the skin diseases and colds. This honey is collected not by the bees, but is received by way of artificial mixing of galipot with nectar of plants growing in cedar forests.  Generally, the cedar product has amber color, but can sparkle with some dark and green accents. This type of honey has a piquant pine flavor and scent. The crystallization of this product goes in the normal way, it can become sugared even in a year. Aside from fighting against colds and viruses, this honey is used while healing the wounds and ulcers; it is also applied as some tonic, regenerative / recreational, anaesthetic, and stimulating means.

Willow-herb honey

Willow-herb has been known since olden times among the people as rose-bay / fireweed, and honey from it regarding its taste and healing features can be compared with linden and clover honey. Willow-herb honey is light, with some green accent, has a distinctive sweet, even luscious taste with a specific flower heady aroma. Willow-herb honey crystallizes very fast, though can be consumed in any shape or form. The benefit of willow-herb honey is obvious when treating diseases of the respiratory organs and skin infections (for example, asthma, chronic bronchitis, eczema). Furthermore, this type of sweets heals small sores in throat, and helps to cure stomatitis.

Clover honey

Clover honey is considered to be a very popular type of delicacies. More often this honey gathered from white or pink clover can be found. From one hectare of the plant one can gather up to 150kgs of honey. The main suppliers of this type of dainties are the USA, Canada, and New Zealand. Its color is light with amber admixtures. Since clover honey is not bitter, it is frequently used in culinary. The fresher the honey is, the stronger its pleasant scent of the meadow grass is. Depending on the type of clover, the honey from it crystallizes from one and up to two months. The healing properties of clover honey have been known to the humanity since ages. It is wholesome as an antiseptic, it prevents the formation of cholesterol, and helps to avoid diseases of the cardiovascular system, supports when treating liver and the alimentary canal.

Coriander honey

Coriander honey is considered to be quite a rare delicacy, even taken into account that coriander / cilantro is comparatively widespread in Ukraine, Russia, and other warm regions of Eurasia. Coriander honey (freshly-pumped) is transparent, the color varies from light-brown to amber (if any deviations exist, one can say that such honey is polyfloral). The specific color of this kind of honey is achieved due to iron and manganese, which are contained in large amounts in cilantro. The scent of the honey is quite keen, but piquant and pleasant, since the honey comprises more than 10 types of essential /volatile oils. It is worth mentioning that this type of honey crystallizes in a large-granular mass (a month or two after having been pumped). It is known that this product is used when having kidney disease, rheumatism, arthritis, diarrhea etc. Coriander honey also assists in the cleansing of the vessels from cholesterol, and is a perfect soothing instrument for the nerve system, as well as a valuable food additive.

Royal honey

A mixture of royal honey and honey is sated with more than 400 substances, health-giving ingredients and microelements. It is logical that royal honey is produced by humans and not by bees. The honey part serves as a preservative for the queen bees’ jelly, that can be stored only for several hours in the raw form. The royal jelly is called so since it includes in itself a vast number of elements (proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, amino acids, zinc, cobalt, calcium, silicon, cobalt, and phosphorus). If royal jelly is mixed with acacia, sweet clover, or willow-herb honey, then the product will be white; if with linden, then light golden etc. As for the taste, this delicacy is very palatable, having a light honey scent. In the prepared by the beekeepers royal jelly, only the honey part crystallizes. Amongst the wholesome qualities of the royal honey one emphasizes immunity stimulation, strengthening of the infants’ bodies, the fight against anemia, treatment of blood pressure drops, increasing the functionality of the nerve system and normalization of the metabolism. Additionally, this product is used when having erection problems of men, infringement of hormonal background of women, and insomnia.

Honey with propolis

This product is obtained in the summer and autumn periods. Propolis / bee-glue is a specific substance with a nice smell and taste with some bitterness. Honey with propolis is a mixture containing about 16 classes of organic matters and 200 active components. Honey with propolis normally has the color of the honey basis, but sometimes the color of the pulling can influence the general outlook. The delicacy has a pleasant spicy scent. For the sanitary and healing purposes propolis with honey can be used as some disinfectant, antioxidant, wound healing, or antiviral means.

Honeydew

Honeydew has got its name from the inferior sources of nectar (dew), that are leaves, buds, sweet secretions of insects living on the plants. Normally there are up to 3,5 times more of albumen than in other types of honey in the composition of this honey ranging from light green to bright black color. It is worth to remember that honeydew can sour and get wasted, since it has a high figure of hygroscopicity. Honeydew is known for its color and density, as well as the absence of surplus sugar in the content, and it is slightly bitter. It is frequently used in medicine and perfumery, but it does not have a strong and heavy flavor. Honeydew does not crystallize and thickens very slowly. Due to the taste characteristics, this type of nectar has not taken roots in culinary, but is a guest of honor in medicine, because of the high content of manganese, iron, phosphorus, and cobalt.

Pumpkin honey is considered to be quite a rare delicacy, but a very interesting regarding the taste and healing characteristics one. It can rarely be seen in the ordinary shops or at the market, but one should definitely try it at the first opportunity. It is possible to get just 30kgs of honey from one hectare of pumpkins. It is not surprising that people often tend to produce this honey by filling a pumpkin with sugar themselves. After eating some pumpkin honey, the melon aftertaste is left, and the color is light golden. It has a sweet scent, but this does not correspond to the taste characteristics, since pumpkin honey is not known for its lusciousness or excessive sweetness. This type of honey thickens and crystallizes quite quickly, turning into a yellowish mass. Medicinally, pumpkin honey can be used for treating hepatitis and diseases of the digestive system, as well as when having colds, injuries / bruises, and burns.

Sainfoin honey

Sainfoin honey is a high-quality nectar, medical properties of which are incontestable. Nitrogen-free compounds, flavones, ascorbic acid, and rutin are in its’ composition. This honey is the outcome of the hard work of bees above the perennial plant sainfoin, widely spread in Transcaucasia, and which is blossoming only up to four weeks with the air temperature of not higher than 22-25 С° (up to 6kgs of the nectar can be gathered from one hectare of sainfoin). At the beginning the sainfoin honey is almost transparent, it can gradually acquire the amber tinge. Crystallization takes approximately 2 montsh, after what the honey turns into some white solid mass that reminds fat. This type of honey has a moderately sweet and nice taste, and its scent reminds the smell of roses. With such an amazing honey, one can make the circulation of the blood better, strengthen the capillaries, and use it as a diuretic. Moreover, sainfoin honey can have a positive impact on the functioning of the bowels, healing of wounds, it has antibacterial and disinfector features, and increases the level of hemoglobin in the blood.

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