Buckwheat honey is one of the most popular types of honey. This product is known in beekeeping for its healing properties and balanced composition. Such bee nectar is harvested from buckwheat in July and August. It is recommended in patients with anemia. Buckwheat honey is often referred to as the "King of Honey." The high quality product traditionally has a pronounced aroma and a slightly spicy taste. The color of buckwheat honey ranges from reddish brown to almost black. Honey is used as a food to enhance immunity, purification of blood.
This product contains high levels of minerals.
The unique properties of buckwheat honey normalize blood pressure, increase hemoglobin, improve digestive system. The product is rich in magnesium, calcium, copper, sodium, and other micronutrients and macronutrients. Scientists have proven that buckwheat honey contains 22 trace elements out of 24 substances needed for normal human bone growth due to hematopoiesis.
Buckwheat honey has a strong bactericidal effect. It is a natural antiseptic that helps heal wounds. Honey can be consumed in high temperature, respiratory diseases. Honey is also advised to be used for post-operative exacerbation, neurological disorders, malnutrition, and high levels of exercise. Honey with stomach ulcer should be consumed. Honey has a mild sedative effect, so it is advisable to drink warm milk or water with honey the night before.
Buckwheat honey has a minimum of contraindications. So, no need to eat honey for diabetes, individual intolerance and allergies. Honey contains 300 kcal per 100 g, but despite its high caloric value, honey can be included in the diet, milk shakes, fruit salads, cottage cheese.
The rich content of vitamins and minerals in buckwheat honey makes it an indispensable product in a healthy diet. Honey is needed to prevent vitamin deficiency, radiation disease, hypertension, pulmonary hypertension.