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Trinity Honey! 3 Gorgeous Honey's
  • Trinity Honey! 3 Gorgeous Honey's

    £45.77Price

    Enjoy a mixed set of flowers, each set that are believed to have wonderful health benefits.

     

    Raw eucalyptus honey, in particular, is thought to have antiseptic benefits so are good for healing wounds, ulcers and sores, as well as being good natural remedies for respiratory ailments and energy boosters.

     

    Polyflora honey - meaning they come from various nectars are often amber coloured.

     

    There are 7 major benefits for raw polyflora honey - 1) Tonic and nourishing. Polyfloral honey is considered to have a more varied nutritional profile than certain monofloral honeys simply because of the variety of nectar types in its composition which is more likely to provide a wider range of nutrients and other biologically active elements. Polyfloral honeys are a source of multiple essential nutrients like B vitamins and vitamin C, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, but also other elements with nutritional value like pollen particles, enzymes, amino acids etc.

     

    The raw, unprocessed and unheated honey is good for low blood sugar levels, low energy levels and fatigue.

     

    2) Strong immune-boosting properties. Rich in different pollen types, polyfloral honey exhibits immuno-modulating activity, more exactly it stimulates the immune system to respond better to infection and disease. Pollen does this by increasing vitamin C content in the immune system organs that produce white blood cells, by reducing inflammation and exerting antioxidant and antibiotic properties. However, other antioxidants and the antibacterial elements in polyfloral honeys also contribute to a stronger immune system and better health. But plant pollen is also a source of allergic reactions. If you have multiple pollen allergies, avoid polyfloral honeys because you never really know what types of pollen they contain. If you are allergic to honey bees, then it is recommended to avoid anything they produce (honey, propolis, royal jelly, bee bread).

     

    3) Wound healing and other skin benefits. The antibacterial elements in polyfloral honey (the antiseptic hydrogen peroxide) and characteristics (acidic pH, low moisture content, natural sugars) give it wound healing benefits. Using it as a natural face mask can help reduce acne, nourish the skin and give it a natural glow.

     

    4) Good for colds, flu and other respiratory infections. Honey in general has natural antibacterial, antiseptic and even antibiotic properties, helping inhibit bacteria growth and reduce bacteria numbers. Combined with its tonic, strengthening effect and immune-boosting properties, it can prove a great ally for the treatment of respiratory tract infections like the common cold, flu, sinusitis, bronchitis etc.

     

    5) Natural remedy for cough and sore throat. Eating the raw honey helps form a protective barrier over the throat lining, preventing further inflammation and reducing existing irritation. This helps soothe throat soreness and calms cough. However, to produce its benefits, the honey has to be raw, unprocessed and unheated. This means that if we added to tea, we should first let the tea cool down to room temperature because heat destroys the beneficial properties of honey in general.

     

    6) Good for gastritis and stomach upset. Eating raw honey, polyfloral included, is said to help calm stomach upset and relieve irritation of the stomach lining, potentially helping improve gastritis. The natural sugars in polyfloral honeys boast mild prebiotic properties, helping improve transit time and regulating digestion. Some say eating honey is also good for constipation and indeed, some people report experiencing diarrhea if they eat too much, proof it stimulates transit.

     

    7) Richer in antioxidants. Generally, the darker the color, the more pigments the honey contains and many natural pigments also exert antioxidant effects. Polyfloral varieties have been found to have a stronger antioxidant action than light-colored monofloral honeys, but not necessarily the strongest.

     

    Rosemary Honey

     

    Rosemary honey is a natural product with multiple health benefits. Produced by bees from the flowers of the bush of the same name, this honey is rich in digestive, balsamic, antiseptic and pectoral properties.

    Among its main benefits is its ability to relieve indigestion, heavy digestion and stomach problems. In addition, it is very useful in case of respiratory diseases such as colds, coughs, bronchitis and flu.

    But it is not only beneficial for the body, it is also very beneficial for the mind. Rosemary honey is rich in lithium, a chemical element used in medicines to treat mental disorders such as depression, and which helps improve memory and alleviate states of senile dementia.

    In addition, rosemary honey is also beneficial for the liver, helping to keep it healthy and regulating uric acid levels. It has also been shown to be helpful in regulating disordered menstruation.

    In short, rosemary honey is a natural product with many health benefits, both physical and mental. It is recommended to take one or two tablespoons after a meal to take advantage of its digestive properties, or make an infusion and sweeten it with a teaspoon of rosemary honey.

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