It is the honey that is produced by bees that feed on the nectar of flowers of plants that naturally grow by rain water on different wild places without human intervention, such as acacia, dandelion, fennel, sage, saffron, daffodil, marjoram, eucalyptus, nigella and other aromatic and wild flowers. The produced honey has a wonderful strong smell and makes the consumer enjoy its rich and wonderful flavor, and therefore it is completely different from other types of honey, as it contains a large percentage of pollen and nutrients that increase its high nutritional value. As regard the color of honey, it varies according to the time period during which it is produced. Its color tends to be distinctive dark and its taste is stronger when collected late at the end of the summer and autumn seasons, and the reason for this is that the flowers that grow in hot weather differ from others flowers that grow in spring and early summer their resulting honey are distinguished by being Light in color and light in flavor. Wild honey is an organic product, and its plants have not been exposed to fertilizers or pesticides.
Wildflower honey uses:
This honey is characterized by its many benefits and uses, including the following:
It is used as an alternative to sugar in sweetening drinks and juices such as tea, yogurt, coffee and juices.
You can put it on many foods as it enhances their delicious flavor, in addition to increasing their nutritional value.
Benefits of wildflower honey:
1- This type of honey is famous for its ability to reduce weight significantly, and the reason for this is because it is rich in various vitamins and minerals that the body needs, and gives a feeling of satiety, as it contains minerals important for weight loss.
2- Increasing energy because it is a concentrated source of carbohydrates, sugars and minerals that stimulate the metabolic process and provide the body with the necessary energy.
3- Treating the problem of dry throat, and an effective treatment for cough.
4- This honey improves the ability of vision, and it is a treatment for migraines and nervous headaches.
5- Good for treating eczema, psoriasis, impetigo, and boils that affect the skin.
6- It has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine properties.
7- It rids the body of seasonal allergies. When consuming it with its pollen content from the flowers of the season, it alerts the human immune system to produce antibodies equivalent to the allergic reaction that results from inhaling the pollen grains of the season, but in gradual course till the body adapt pollen exposure.
8- Helps digestion, relieves infections of the gastrointestinal tract, and prevents constipation
9- Rich in antioxidants that protect against free radicals that cause degenerative diseases and cancer