Buckwheat honey

Buckwheat honey is considered to be honey of highest quality and most beneficial to health.

Buckwheat honey has a dark brown shade, distinctive smell and taste.
The healing and curing aspects of buckwheat honey: improves the flow of blood in capillaries; cleanses the walls of blood vessels; improves the recovery of damaged tissues; improves the functions of the nervous system; cures infections; helps to renew the blood; increases the level of hemoglobin in the blood; is very helpful in various blood sicknesses (buckwheat is chemically very similar to blood)

Buckwheat honey cristallizes quickly: after 2-3 weeks of heating (not to a higher temperature than human’s body temperature) or spinning the honey. Compared to lighter kinds of honey, buckwheat honey is richer in:

  • fructose and glycose (over 75%);
  • amino acids, among which 18 irreplacable amino acids, including 2 times more of lysine and methionine;
  • microelements (boron, fluorine, iodine, cobalt,chromium,  silicone, manganese, magnesium, nickel,, zinc, vanadium and especially a lot of ferrum and copper);
  • vitamins (В1, В2, В3, В6, В9, Е, С, K, А ja Р);
  • organic acids;
  • active ferments (many times more active-diastase number over 30);
  • The healing and curing aspects of buckwheat honey- improves the flow of blood in capillaries; cleanses the walls of blood vessels; improves the recovery of damaged tissues; improves the functions of the nervous system;
  • cures infections;
  • helps to renew the blood;
  • increases the level of hemoglobin in the blood;
  • is very helpful in various blood sicknesses;

Buckwheat is very similar to the consistency of blood and is suitable to cure cardio-vascular (high blood pressure) and blood sickness (anemia) conditions; to prevent and cure  bloodbruises in brain and eyes; also to treat avitaminosis, slowly healing blood vessels, festering wounds etc.

Ways to use honey: consume, when unprocessed; prepare drinks, such as beer, wine or tea; to prepare culinary and bakery products, nutritients, healing honey blends and preparates; can be applied on body, make compress; use in baths, saunas etc.

It is recommended to intake 1-1.5 g of honey per 1 kg of body weight; around 50-100 g  a day ( for example 3 times a day, before eating, 1 tbsp of honey solved in a glass of hot water)… Read more from the book “Bringing back our health” and “Estonian buckwheat as food, curer and healer”.

Look up honey blends with wild and garden berries.

Virgo Mihkelsoo

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