Acacia honey recipe for juice, tea and jam

Thanks to its medicinal ingredients, acacia honey is considered one of the healthiest foods and is highly valued among beekeepers. text ..

The best natural remedy for strengthening immunity with acacia honey (VIDEO)

ACACIA AMONG MEDICINAL PROPERTIES

Acacia honey is extremely healing and is one of the most valued types of honey. It calms the nervous system and eliminates the consequences of accumulated stress, and helps us treat insomnia because it enables healthy sleep. contains more fructose than glucose.

It has a very mild taste and is easily digestible, so it is recommended in the diet of children older than one year. taste.

In adults, honey, in addition to reducing the symptoms of insomnia, stress, and nervousness, has proven to be very good for regulating digestion, especially for constipation. Acacia honey as a medicine is very effective in treating colds and strengthens the exhausted body.
It is best to keep it out of the reach of light at room temperature.

ACACIA WOOD

White, pink or purple, acacia or acacia, king tree, blackberry, as it is called, attracts attention with its beauty, lush canopy and scent, but it is little known that acacia tree, which blooms from April to June, has many medicinal properties . Acacia flower, red leaf, as well as very young bark are used for medicinal purposes, while the old bark is poisonous and should not be used.

In addition to the old acacia bark, which has a toxic effect, ripe leaves and raw seeds should be avoided, because they can cause weakness, dilated pupils, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, weakening of the pulse, paleness, and even some kind of shock to our entire body.

However, severe cases of poisoning with acacia bark and leaves have not been reported, because these poisonous substances are expelled by vomiting. Allergic reactions to acacia honey are possible because it contains pollen, but they are quite rare…

ACACIA FLOWER IN CULINARY ARTS

Acacia flowers contain vitamin C, essential oil, sugar, resin and tannins, while the seeds contain about 38% protein, carbohydrates, vitamins A, BI, B2, B6 and C and magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, sodium, calcium.

Aromatic acacia flower exudes an abundance of nectar, it is delicious in fresh form, but they are a real specialty when rolled in pancake batter and fried.

Acacia flowers are harvested just before opening, while the pods can be preserved by drying and used as vegetables. Boiled acacia seeds are a good substitute for beans, and roasted can serve as a surrogate for coffee.

Acacia juice is prepared in the same way as called acacia juice, and the sweetness of this honey plant as well as acacia honey tastes great.

ACACIA HONEY CRYSTALIZATION

As acacia honey can remain in liquid form for up to 24 months due to the high concentration of fructose, you should not worry too much if crystallization has occurred before that. By simply heating the jar in lukewarm and warm water, you will return the honey to a liquid state.

The best recommendation is to buy homemade acacia honey from well-known beekeepers, and if you still buy it in stores, look for one without a metal lid.

Namely, it is a known fact that metal and honey are not liked because it significantly affects the pH value of this bee product. It is also not recommended to take honey with a metal spoon for the mentioned reason. store shelves and supermarkets do not have metal lids, pay attention to this detail ..

ACACIA AS A MEDICINE

Acacia bark is removed exclusively from young branches, in May and September, and dried in the sun or warm air. Old bark is poisonous due to toxalbumin robin and should not be used.

The flowers are dried in the shade and stored in a well-closed container, because they quickly lose their aroma. In folk medicine, acacia tea is made from dried flowers. It is used in case of colds and coughs, to lower the temperature, relieve rheumatic pain and toothache. It is an excellent antiseptic.

It also reduces the secretion of stomach acid and suppresses heartburn, gastritis, but also problems caused by ulcers on the stomach and duodenum. In homeopathy, acacia has a special place because it is used to treat hyperacidity (increased stomach acidity). This beneficial drink helps in case of migraine, as well as neuralgia, especially inflammation of the facial nerves. The inner bark of the acacia is used to clean the intestines and cause vomiting, while the root bark is used to treat nausea.

Holding a piece of young bark in your mouth will relieve toothache. Western folk medicine uses this plant to treat cramps, viral diseases, skin diseases, to better excrete urine and digestive problems.

In addition to all the above, phytotherapists recommend everyone, even small children, to eat acacia honey. Adults can eat it alone or with a mild chamomile tea, lemon balm or yarrow. All of them only intensify its healing effect.

ACACIA LATIN NAME

Robinia pseudoacacia

ACACIA HONEY RECIPE FOR THE TREATMENT OF ASTHMA

If you suffer from bronchial asthma, we definitely recommend that you try this recipe for acacia honey, which you can use in addition to the therapy prescribed by your doctor.
What are the ingredients of this natural remedy:

  • Homemade acacia honey – 1 kg
  • Kafa – 100 g
  • Rosehip 100 g
  • Royal jelly 20 g

How is it prepared?
At the beginning, you need to roast coffee and then grind it. Dry the pomegranate fruit well and grind it as finely as possible. Mix everything together with a kilogram of acacia honey and finally add 20 grams of royal jelly. When you have roughly mixed, take a mixer and stir until you get a smooth homogeneous mass. Close the natural asthma remedy obtained in this way in jars and keep it in a dark and dark place.

Stir the mixture well immediately before consumption. Acacia honey should be consumed with one wooden or plastic spoon before each main meal. This recipe can be freely used by patients with bronchitis and other respiratory problems.

Acacia tea PREPARATION

This tea is made exclusively from acacia flowers.

  • Pour 250 ml of boiling water over a full teaspoon of flowers and leave it to stand for three minutes.
  • Drink two or three cups a day.

It is very effective

BURNED ACACIA FLOWERS

Dip fresh washed acacia flowers in a mixture of one egg, flour and mineral water.
The mixture must be slightly thicker than that for pancakes.

SWEET OF ACACIA PRESCRIPTION

The acacia flower is picked while it is still closed. To prepare the sweet, you need 60 grams of flower petals. They should be put in half a liter of hot water and cooked for 10 minutes. Then add 1 kg of sugar and cook until the mixture thickens. Towards the end, pour the juice of one lemon or lemon sliced ​​into rings. Cook until two heavy drops begin to separate from the spoon.

Remove the almost sweet acacia from the stove, remove the foam and cover with a wet cloth. Leave overnight, and the next day pour into clean and dry jars. Cover with cellophane and store in a dry and dark place.

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