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Organic acacia honey is a certified natural product that is produced by beekeepers in environmentally clean locations. The beehives are located in controlled areas where only organic agricultural land is located, as well as in nature reserves. Bees collect nectar and pollen from acacia flowers. It is a strong melliferous plant with high medicinal properties.
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This beneficial treat helps to strengthen the immune and nervous systems, improve the condition of the skin, nails and teeth. Regular consumption of honey in small amounts increases hemoglobin levels and normalizes blood pressure. Its enzymes serve to improve digestion by helping intestinal secretion.

Acacia honey has a delicate aroma and superb taste reminiscent of sweet vanilla. It is ideal for sweetening drinks, desserts and baked goods. With its clear or light yellow liquid consistency it is a popular ingredient in recipes for sauces in meat and fish dishes.

Three facts about organic acacia honey:

  1. Nectar from the white acacia is distinguished by a predominance of fructose in its composition. Thus, acacia honey is considered a hypoallergenic product easily absorbed by the body.
  2. In order to preserve all of its useful components and the product's taste and smell, the honey is heated to not more than 38°C. Its quality meets high European standards regularly confirmed by laboratory tests.
  3. The hives are kept in accordance with the principles of organic beekeeping. They are made from natural materials and are not painted in order to avoid chemical penetration. Bees cannot be treated with antibiotics, or fed with sugar or sugar syrup.
Nutrition value
Calories 286  kcal
Proteins 0,8 g
Carbohydrates 71 g
Organic acids 1,2 g
Water 17,4 g
Mono- and disaccharides 70,3 g
Starch 4,5 g
Ash 0,3 g
Vitamins
Vitamin PP 0,2  mg
Vitamin B1 (thiamine) 0,01 mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 0,03  mg
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) 0,1  mg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxin) 0,1  mg
Vitamin B9 (folic acid) 15  mcg
Vitamin C 2  mg
Vitamin H (biotin) 0,04  mcg
Vitamin PP (B3, niacin equivalent) 0,4  mg
Macroelements
Calcium 14  mg
Magnesium 3  mg
Sodium 10  mg
Potassium 36  mg
Phosphorus 18  mg
Chlorine 19  mg
Sulphur 1  mg
Microelements
Iron 0,8  mg
Zinc 0,094  mg
Iodine 2  mcg
Copper 59  mcg
Manganese 0,034  mg
Fluorine 100  mcg
Cobalt 0,3  mcg

Chemical composition of a product is characterized by calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, dietary fibres and vitamins. For organic products, these parameters significantly depend on natural factors – air temperature and precipitation during vegetational season, dry or rainy season, geographic latitude and longitude of cultivation, botanical grain varieties, and soil type. It is impossible to foresee all the factors, so these values are average and indicative only.

Healthy Recipes with Organic Acacia Honey

tea
Ginger tea with organic honey
Ingredients: 4 tsp organic honey, 30 g of ginger root, 30 g of mint, 30 g of lemon, 1 liter of water at temperature of about 80-90 ° C.
Preparation: Cut the ginger into thin slices and lemon into wedges. Separate the leaves from the mint sprigs. Put all the ingredients in a teapot and fill with water. Wait 10-15 minutes for the tea to brew. Strain through a sieve and pour into cups. Let it cool slightly and add honey.
honey
Honey cake
Ingredients: for the base:2 tbsp organic honey, 1 tsp soda, 2 chicken eggs, 1 tbsp (210 g) organic wheat flour (highest quality), 100 g butter, 2 tbsp sugar;
for the frosting : 600 ml sour cream, ½ tbsp soft prunes, 100 g of sugar.
Preparation: Pour the honey into a pan, sprinkle with baking soda and put on a low heat, stirring constantly. When foam rises, remove from heat and add oil. While it is melting, beat the eggs and sugar. Stir the honey-butter mixture and pour the egg into it. Add flour and stir again. The dough should be thick, like sour cream. Pour into a mold and bake for 30 minutes. While the base is baking, work on the filling. Cut the prunes into small pieces, mix sour cream with sugar. Divide the mass into 2 parts. Add the prunes to one part and stir. When the cake is baked, cut it crosswise into 2 pieces. Apply half of the prune frosting to the hot crust, and when it cools down, add some of the remaining frosting. Cover with the second crust and pour the remaining frosting without prunes over it. Sprinkle with chocolate chips and let sit for at least an hour. Bon Appetit!