Types of honey and their benefits

Types-of-honey-and-their-benefits

As long as it is kept in a cool place where it is not exposed to water and any odor, honey is our most durable food source. What’s more, natural honey is an unbelievable healthy food. Experts say that a person should consume five kilograms of normal honey a year, proving that natural honey has an 80 percent contribution to cell renewal.

Although honey is known as a unique and indispensable food of our tables, there are many different types of this healthy product. Types of natural honey are named according to the honey bee pollen and nectar of the region the honey is taken from. Honey types are also named according to the density of plant nectar. Chestnut honey, acacia honey, flower honey, linden honey, black forest honey are all get their names from nectar of the plant. They are all natural honey and their honeycombs are all natural.

Buram company has all these type of natural honey in its product range under the name of buram honey; Buram blossom honey, Buram acacia honey, Buram linden honey, Buram chestnut honey.

Chestnut Honey

Chestnut honey, which is dark brown and a little bitter in taste, has a taste and smell unique to chestnut. Chestnut honey is known for its antiseptic properties. The flowering time of the chestnut tree, which are about 30 meters high, is June and July. Honey bee collects both pollen and nectar as well as secretions from chestnut. Bees also contribute to chestnut production by providing pollinating while collecting nectar from chestnut. The color of the chestnut honey is dark like its fruit. Crystallization is slow, forming very fine granules when crystallized.

Antibiotics have been found to be effective against B. hemolytic streptecoc through scientific researches. Rich in B and C vitamins, Buram Chestnut honey strengthens muscles, regulates blood circulation, relieves stomach and liver fatigue, strengthens the immune system. Buram Chestnut Honey brings positive effects on respiratory and digestive systems. Chestnut honey should be consumed abundantly especially during seasonal changes.

Acacia Honey

Acacia-Honey

Acacia honey is probably one of the least popular one among honey types. This natural honey, grown in a natural environment in its own unique way, has a quite different structure. The consumption of this honey, which has both genetic and content benefits, is so beneficial.

Acacia honey has its own unique smell and its unique taste makes this smell feel more comfortable. Long-lasting, often used for a therapeutic method, this natural honey is perhaps one of the most efficient type of honey with its unique flavor and by nourishing, empowering and preventing the reprogramming of microplanes. We can say that this honey is among the most known treatment types.

Generally, this honey, which produces its solution by its own structure against the diphtheria, pertussis, tuberculosis, ulcer and some skin diseases, is obtained from tree species. This sweet honey that blooms in April and May will certainly be beneficial to your health.

Benefits of acacia honey are mostly related to internal organs. It has a very strong impact on the healing of lung diseases. It also has the effect of eliminating problems such as intestinal inflammation. Acacia honey is useful against cough and shortness of breath.

Pine Honey

Pine-Honey

Living creatures on the pine form an excretion which they obtain from the pine tree’s essence. These excretions are visible. This excretion hangs from the pine tree’s neck like a rope. This pine excretion, which is found in the middle of August, is taken by the bees and turns into a natural honey with an enzyme secreted by the bees. Worker bees will place this honey directly into the honeycomb.

Pine honey is produced in Turkey in the pine areas of the Mediterranean and Aegean regions. Nearly all of the world’s production of pine honey is performed in Turkey.

The benefits of pine honey are; Pine honey is a quality honey with a flavor of pine essence. The greatest feature of pine honey is that it lasts for years without freezing and deteriorating. This is why Buram Pine honey is one of the most selling products among Buram Honey types.

Pine honey is used as an additive ingredient in foodstuffs for the reason that it helps to increase the durability of some foodstuffs.

Pine honey keeps the characteristic of pine tree smell and taste for many years. Pine honey is good for respiratory and digestive system disorders, especially for throat disorders.

Flower Honey

Flower-Honey

The honey produced by bees by taking nectar from flowers is called flower honey or blossom honey. Most of the natural honey produced in the world is blossom honey. The highland flower honey is also known as blossom honey. In daily life, the most consumed type of honey is highland flower honey.

The Buram blossom honey is light amber in color, has a sweet flavor with a keen taste.

The raw material of Buram blossom honey is nectar of flowers. Quality of the natural honey depends directly on the nectar. Bees usually collect nectar from only one kind of flower at a time. So they continue to collect nectar from same kind of flower, after first nectar. They visit same flowers, not other flowers.

The blossom honey crystallizes over time. Blossom honey has not only one taste like other honeys. The flavor of the flowers that bees visited first, also dominates the taste of blossom honey. Buram Linden honey, Buram acacia honey, Buram thyme honey are all type of blossom honey.

Benefits of Buram blossom honey are; Blossom honey is the daily energy source of people. It is known that when a blossom honey is consumed constantly, it also regulates the nervous system. It is quite effective in strengthening the nervous system. One or two soup spoons Buram blossom honey is enough to cover a significant portion of our daily energy needs.

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