Did You Know There Are 19 Types Of Honey? Read What Each Type Can Do To You

There are so many types of honey, that is impossible to follow. Honey is the most popular product of nature and is very healthy if you use it right. Each type of honey is different in helping with various diseases. Read these 19 types of honey, and therefore learn what they can do.

Acacia honey:

Transparent, it has a pale green tint that can pass into the light blue. Aromatic and pleasant, with a mild taste, it is recommended for children and the elderly. It does not crystallize for a long time. It is suitable for the production of honey in the honeycomb. Also, it reduces the acid secretion in the stomach, regulates the function of the stomach, stops the bleeding, it is effective against a cough and high fever, can be used in eye diseases, to calm the nerves, in stressful situations and against insomnia. Especially effective for infants and young children.

Chestnut honey:

Honey from the chestnut is dark yellow, with a slight odor, bitter taste, one of the most sought-after honey types due to its medicinal properties and due to a large amount of pollen. Helps in bronchitis, asthma and other diseases of the airways, in diseases of the blood vessels, improves appetite, helps with diseases of the digestive organs, the stomach, liver, gallbladder, prostate, and weak blood. Chestnut honey contains up to one hundred times more pollen grains compared to acacia honey, and the pollen is abundant with proteins, vitamins, especially with vitamins from the B group, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes.

Linden honey:

In light-colored color, a distinctive odor and a sharp taste according to which it easily recognizes. Over time it crystallizes into coarse grains. It causes sweating and is irreplaceable in colds. Due to its pronounced antibacterial properties, it is a good prophylactic agent, it is used in angina and in many inflammatory processes, wounds, burns, etc. It is recommended for diseases of the stomach, liver, and kidneys. Also, It relieves colds, inflammation of the respiratory and digestive organs, and some kidney diseases. It accelerates metabolism. Honey from the faces calms the cramps, it is applied to renal diseases.

Sunflower honey:

After the chestnut honey, sunflower honey is one of the richest with pollen. Sunflower honey is quickly crystallized. It is recommended for colds, flu, also helps with sneezing, and in diseases of the respiratory organs. It has a beneficial effect on the regulation of the level of fatty acids in the body.

Meadow honey:

Polyurethane honey (originated from many plant species) that can vary according to color, odor, and taste. Its color is yellow and light red to dark yellow, red, and it can be even darker. The smell is pleasant, that is, the prevailing smell of the dominant plant. With a pleasant and sweet taste, it can be sour.

Sage honey:

It has a dark yellow or even darker color, with a pleasant smell and taste, a bit bitter. It stops bleeding, acts against inflammation, has a strong bacterial effect. This honey is also used against colds, as it easily expels the mucus from the trachea and from the bronchi, and from the stomach. The patient feels better and his appetite returns. Tea with honey from sage must not be warm, but lukewarm.

Wild honey (beetle):

Bees produce it from media dew. It is rich in minerals, so it is recommended to the weak-blooded.

Forest honey:

This type of honey does not originate from the nectar but is of plant or animal origin. In both cases, bees are collected from leaves and branches of different deciduous and evergreen trees. It usually occurs during the summer, up to autumn, at high temperatures.

Buckwheat honey:

Dark, strong, with an unpleasant smell and with not very pleasant taste. Rich in mineral substances, especially iron. Very useful in anemia, hypo, and avitaminosis, various bleeds, elevated pressure, diseases of the blood vessels and many other diseases.

Dandelion honey:

Gathers in the spring, with intense yellow color, with a certain smell and taste. It is crystallized very quickly. It is recommended for its diuretic and laxative properties and also, for cleaning the liver.

Clover honey:

Bright honey, with a pleasant taste and smell. Helps with a cough, at arteriosclerosis, liver disease, blood cleansing, and also in various inflammations.

Honey from the blackberry:

The savanna and peppermint rosacea provide high-quality honey, transparent, with a light-colored color, with a pleasant taste and smell. Helps in respiratory disease.

Raspberry honey:

Tame and wild raspberry give aromatic, bright honey, with the subtle smell and pleasant taste, which crystallizes in crystals that are white. It is used in colds and also, is recommended as a preventive (prophylactic) agent against influenza.

Fruit honey:

It comes from a variety of woody fruits that flourish in the spring. Apples dominate, cherry, but there are also plums and dandelions, which bloom when the fruits. It has a dark yellow color and a pleasant smell and taste. It is rich in pollen and excellent for chewing honeycomb with honey, as well as in treating colds.

Honey from oilseed rape:

Honey is yellow, quickly crystallizes and gets a whitish nuance. Gives good results in the treatment of ulcers, it stimulates urination.

Honey from Willow:

It has a yellow color and a distinctive odor, and a little bitter taste.

Honey from lavender:

Light brown honey, with a strong smell and taste. It is especially prone to liver disease, it stimulates the secretion of bile. Honey from lavender in tea from chamomile or mint calms the body,  also, it is used for bloating and accelerates urination. It works well against a migraine and dizziness and especially helps heart patients and people with low blood pressure.

Honey from Arbutus unedo:

Arbutus unedo is an evergreen shrub, which can grow up to 10 meters. It has greenish flowers and the plates slowly ripen. The fruits are the size of a nut, with green, yellow and orange color. This honey is yellow and bitter, so beekeepers do not sell it.

Honey in a honeycomb:

It is characterized by a remarkable taste and aroma that is given to essential oils, pollen beans, propolis, and wax. Chewing gum is recommended against. inflammation of the throat, sinuses, palms, and allergies.