If we buy honey in the market in the beginning of autumn or in the hot August summer after no less hot July, then, most likely, we are dealing with pade honey in a mixture in flower. Although buckwheat and sunflower also bloom late, but the product of these honey plants can be easily distinguished by smell, color and taste. But the honey has its own distinctive features.
In this article, we will analyze what kind of honey is honey, we will talk about its animal and plant origin..
Table of contents
- Padeviy honey: what is it?
- Ingredients: vitamins and minerals
- Benefit and harm
- Contraindications for use
- About the
- Storage conditions
- Healing properties
Padeviy honey: what is it?
Honey paste has many colors and shades. It depends on the type of plants and insects from which the fall is taken, weather and climate conditions. It is of amber or dark green color, if the source of the padi is the needles of trees.
But in most cases it has a dark brown or black color.
This is the first sign that distinguishes it when buying. By its structure and consistency, this honey is similar to tar. He is viscous, stretching.
In all other cases, sweetness is little felt, but there is a taste of bitterness. Sometimes its taste is unpleasant and repulsive.
It differs by its high hygroscopicity, so it quickly turns sour.For long-term storage, it is not suitable. Crystallization is slow, sometimes it does not exist or the liquid fraction settles.
In the time of tsarist Russia, they were forbidden to trade, as it was believed that this is a product of low grade and quality. The phrase "on bezrybe and cancer - the fish" - this is about padevom honey. But this concerns the choice of the bee. If she had to choose, she would prefer a flower nectar.
In Western Europe, pade honey is valued more than flowers because of its beneficial properties. At us traditionally give preference, as well as bees, a flower kind..
Ingredients: vitamins and minerals
The composition of honeydew honey is different.Depends on the padi, from which the bees take the bribe.For example, honey collected from pine needles 5-6 times contains less phosphorus than from the fall of ash leaves.
The same applies to the content of potassium. It contains phytoncides, which are natural antibiotics. Mineral salts (iron, cobalt, phosphorus, manganese) are also many. For these indicators, this variety exceeds floral, so it is so valuable to humans.
As a part of honeydew honey, many polysaccharides. In addition, it contains fructose, sucrose, glucose, other sugars. There are many free amino acids. The proteins in this honey are 3-4 times more than in the flower. In 100 grams of the product contains 324 kilocalories. This is a high figure.
Benefit and harm
Has an invaluable benefit on the body. It differs antiseptic and bactericidal properties, it is an excellent antidepressant. He restores his strength,increases the general tone of the body.
It is useful to take a weakened body, especially children after illness or to improve immunity. It is used in traditional and non-traditional medicine, cosmetology.
The structure is destroyed, it stratifies, loses its color and attractiveness. The taste also changes in the direction of increasing bitterness..
Contraindications for use
Because of the caloric content and a large amount of mineral substances, it is taken in moderation. Allergic people are not recommended to take this variety, as it can harm the body. The same applies to people with diabetes.
Daily intake is limited to a three-time intake of one tablespoon.That is, the dose for an adult is 110-130 grams..
In too dry periods, bees take bribes for bribes. It is of plant and animal origin. In the first case, it is a sweetish transparent liquid that is excreted by plants (leaves and shoots).
Some people call it honey-dew. If you saw droplets of colorless liquid on the leaves of trees in the morning hours, then it's not dew, but a plant drop. It is also of animal origin. These are the products of the vital activity of insects feeding on plant sap, for example, plant lice.
But the bee will refuse to take a drop even if there are no plant-melliferous plants, if in its composition sucrose does not exceed 4% and there is not enough aromatic substances.
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Honey piles are kept poorly.This is due to its chemical composition and increased hygroscopicity. Therefore, there is no question of long-term storage.
If you decide to stock it for future use, the storage requirements are common to all varieties. The main thing is that the temperature regime is observed, and the humidity is within the norm. In addition, it is undesirable to hit the honey with direct sunlight.
For short-term storage, the temperature is set at around 15 degrees Celsius. For long-term storage - around 7 degrees with a plus. Humidity of air is kept at 60%. We use glass containers. As an exception - plastic..
Honey paddy is used in medicine after operations to restore the weakened organism.
With a loss of blood to restore it, it will also be of great service.Those with joint pain, or suffering from lethargy of the intestines, this kind of honey is recommended. He will help better than the other.
Padego honey in all senses is a specific variety. Along with the shortcomings (poorly stored, does not have a pleasant aroma and delicate taste), it has medicinal properties, thanks to the available in the composition of minerals, phytoncides and polysaccharides.