Organic acacia honey. Recipes for treatment with acacia

Have you ever tried acacia honey? If not, try to be sure. It’s tasted and looks otherwise, completely devoid of bitterness and very good for health. Acacia honey benefits allow you to reduce the number of medications taken, or even abandon them. Organic acacia honey is one of the best kinds of honey.

Recipes for treatment with acacia

Acacia is famous for its medicinal properties. Acacia flowers, leaves and even bark are widely used in alternative medicine. Acacia flowers are harvested when they are not fully blossomed. With our tourists from Ecozone we go hiking to collect the leaves and bark of acacia throughout the warm season, from spring to autumn.

Flowers, leaves and bark acacia are used to treat colds, stomach disorders, kidney and bladder ailments, as well as bleeding and gynecological problems, neuralgia also. You will find some simple and effective acacia recipes below. First, let’s talk about the tastiest thing which acacia gives us — organic acacia honey.

Organic acacia honey

Acacia honey  made of white acacia is almost transparent, yellow acacia honey has a rich color. This honey remains liquid for a long time, its crystallization does not occur for several years.

As you will  see below, acacia honey benefits are quite diverse.

- Organic acacia honey comprises many trace elements, enzymes, vitamins and acids. Take into attention: it contains more fructose than sucrose. That’s why it does not cause allergies and is suitable for children. This is one of the substantial acacia honey benefits. The digestion of fructose requires no insulin, at least at the initial stage. Therefore, acacia honey is the best choice for diabetics.

- Organic acacia honey possesses invaluable healing capabilities. It is widely used in alternative medicine and cosmetology. Strongly marked antiseptic properties are other significant acacia honey benefits. For example, it helps to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin. For the treatment of many skin diseases organic acacia honey is often used as aqueous honey solution or ointments based on it.

- Organic acacia honey is also used to improve vision. In diluted form this variety of honey is good to prepare lotions to treat your eyes. It Is an indispensable assistant in the treatment of gastric, cardiovascular and gynecological diseases. Organic acacia honey is very useful for men also, it increases the potency, useful in diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract. When stress, it calms depression perfectly.

Organic acacia honey- Organic acacia honey strengthens the immune system and fights viruses. It has excellent antipyretic and expectorant properties. For therapeutic purposes acacia honey benefits is more impressive if you use it frequently.

If you are planning to visit Moscow, do not forget to stop by the ecozone to buy organic acacia honey! Fresh acacia honey is priced at just $ 5 / 0.5 kg. And in the summer you can join our group to collect flowers and leaves of acacia in ecologically clean places of the Moscow region. You will be assured of high quality medicinal raw materials in order to try these recipes for treatment with acacia.

Recipes for treatment with acacia

These recipes are time-tested. Using the treatment with acacia, you should strictly follow the dosage. The composition includes leaves, flowers, bark and sprouts of white acacia.

In inflammatory diseases of the female genital and uterine fibroids take a decoction of acacia flowers: pour 1 tbsp dried flowers with 2 cups of water, bring to a boil  and keep on low heat about 2 minutes. Then filter, cool and add boiling water to the original volume. Take  1 tbsp 3-4 times per day (30 minutes before eating).

To treat infertility take a tincture of white acacia flowers pour 10 g of fresh flowers with 10 grams of vodka or alcohol, and insist 10 days. Take 3 times a day, adding 20 drops of tincture in 1 tablespoon water.

For gastric diseases drink infusion acacia flowers. Pour 1 tablespoon of dried flowers   with 1,5 cup of boiled water into a thermos for 2 hours, let it cool, strain and drink 1/3 cup  3-4 times a day. The same infusion helps with flatulence and chronic diarrhea .

At high blood pressure and after a stroke also take infusion acacia flowers. Pour 1 tablespoon of  dried flowers with a glass of water, bring to a boil, turn off the oven and leave it until cooling. Then filter it and take 1 tbsp 3-4 times a day before eating.

If your joints ache, rheumatism, osteochondrosis, myositis and sciatica apply embrocation: pour 50 g of dry acacia flowers with 2 cups of vodka or alcohol, insist for 3 weeks in a dark place, shaking occasionally. Then strain and rub the sore spots several times a day. Incidentally, for the same purposes and by the same recipe, the infusion can be prepared from a yellow acacia .

If you’ve caught a cold and have a cough, prepare antipyretic drink decoction of leaves of acacia. Pour 1 tablespoon crushed dried leaves of acacia with a glass of boiling water, boil for 5 minutes over low heat, cool, strain and take 1 tbsp before a meal three times a day.

Having thrombophlebitis and varicose veins, use the external application of acacia tincture. For its preparation take 50 g fresh or 30 g of dried flowers, pour vodka or alcohol, insist for a week in a dark place. Moisten and rub this tincture in sore spots. Use it to treat paralysis of arms and legs, rubbing them 2-3 times a day.

Acacia jam

Try this recipe of surprisingly tasty, unusual jam of acacia flowers, which also has healing properties inherent in this plant.

You need 1 liter of water for 120 g acacia petals, 1 kg of sugar and citric acid, although you can use lemon juice. Choose the petals without yellow tips, rinse them in cold water and blanch for a minute in boiling water, then rinse again with cold water. Prepare the syrup as for any jam, put petals there and cook. For 3-4 minutes before jam will be ready add 1 teaspoon of citric acid or the juice of half a lemon.



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