Honey with nettle has been prepared on the basis of nectar rapeseed honey with the addition of juice from young nettle leaves. The mild green color of honey and herbal, mild smell of nettles completes the taste. What’s there to write here – it’s delicious 🙂
Nettle contains macro and microelements: magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, sulphur, iron, potassium, iodine, silicon and sodium; vitamins: A, K, B2, C; amino compounds, tannins, pantothenic acid, organic acids (including formic, glycolic, glycerol), essential oils, mineral salts, chlorophyll, serotonin, histamine, acetylcholine, carotenoids, phytosterols, flavonoids. It is helpful in weakening, anaemia, supports the excretion of harmful substances from the body, nettle leaf extract is used in mild inflammation of the urinary tract. This honey can be boldly recommended to people with reduced immunity, those who practice sports, those who are tired and want to make up for the lack of vitamins and minerals in the body.
Rape honey is one of those honeys which has the highest content of glucose and amino acids. This means that it is an excellent conditioner, especially for an organism exhausted by long-term illness, fatigue or stress. It has regenerative properties, strengthens the immune system, making us less susceptible to microbial infections. There is also a lot of potassium and magnesium in rape honey, so it is worth using it in the prevention of heart and circulatory system diseases. Regular consumption of this variety of honey strengthens the heart, lowers blood pressure and can also slow down progressive atherosclerotic changes. It is helpful in gastrointestinal disorders – especially in problems with bile ducts and fat metabolism disorders.
Rape honey can also be used externally in skin diseases and burns – it cleanses skin tissues from impurities, dust and necrotic lesions. To notice any effects of honey use, it should be consumed regularly.