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Buckwheat honey: the benefits and harms

What is buckwheat honey? The difference of buckwheat honey from other varieties. The use of buckwheat honey in folk medicine, cosmetology. The harm possible from the use of honey.

One of the treats that nature gives us, is the honey. Thanks to the hardworking bees we have natural healthy product. Depending on what the bees collect the nectar makes the honey of various types: floral, Linden, buckwheat, chestnut, acacia, peppermint, etc.

Buckwheat honey is a monofloral honey collected during the flowering period of buckwheat, dark-brown, sometimes with a reddish tinge. Honey from the flowers of buckwheat has a very distinct pleasant persistent fragrance and delicate taste. To buy buckwheat honey in liquid form is usually in July, when the buckwheat fades, but in some regions and in early August.

Unlike light honey, buckwheat contains more iron and protein. In the composition of this honey contains many different nutrients: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron, etc.

The honey from buckwheat is known for its toning and anti-inflammatory properties. Daily consumption of 1 tablespoon of honey is a good preventive of colds. In folk medicine, buckwheat honey used in the form of tinctures, compresses for the treatment of razlichnihmi skin, eyes, in violation of the heart, kidneys, gastrointestinal tract, liver, hypertension, pain in the joints. Having in its composition a lot of iron, this honey of great benefit to people with low hemoglobin level. That is why often pregnant and ill, anemia is attributed to the inclusion of honey in your diet.

The role of honey from buckwheat and in cosmetology. He is a member of many creams, masks for face and hair, shampoos, shower gels. Widely used this honey for massage treatments.

However good was buckwheat honey, the benefits and harms from it are nigh. Do not forget that honey is allergenic product. Therefore, people suffering from allergies should start eating honey with very tiny doses to avoid negative consequences. Diabetics can eat honey only after doctor’s permission. Of course, honey is very high-calorie product, so those who want to lose weight and watching their figures, it is worth eating this sweet. It is not recommended to give honey to children under 2 years of age because the digestive system of babies is still not in force to cope with the spores of the bacteria that may be present in honey.

Undoubtedly, buckwheat honey is very useful, but one should always remember that for some people it can cause harm.