Chestnut Honey 860 g
Chestnut; It is one of the three species of the Fagaceae family known as honey. This honey has dark brown color; it tastes bitter with chestnut special flavor and odor. This honey is known for its antiseptic properties. The blooming time of the branches, which are about 30 meters high, is June and July. The honeybee collects both pollen, nectar and secretion from chestnuts. While bees collect nectar from chestnuts, they also contribute to chestnut production by providing pollination. The honey of the plant is dark brown in color like its fruit.
Its crystallization is slow, when it crystallizes it forms very fine granules. In researches, it has been determined that it is effective against B. Hemolotic streptecocs with its antibiotic properties. Chestnut Honey, which is rich in B and C vitamins, strengthens the muscles, regulates blood circulation, relieves stomach and liver fatigue, and strengthens the immune system. Chestnut Honey brings positive effects on the respiratory and digestive systems. Experts recommend consuming plenty of chestnut honey, especially during seasonal changes.
Benefits of Chestnut Honey: Studies have shown that a mixture of chestnut honey and cinnamon is good for many diseases. Chestnut honey can be used in all kinds of diseases without causing any side effects. Today’s medical science accepts that although chestnut honey is sweet, it is not dangerous for diabetics when taken in the right doses. The diseases that chestnut honey is good for can be listed as follows;
Arthritis: A cream is obtained by putting one part of chestnut honey in 2 parts of warm water and adding a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to it. With this, if the aching parts of the body are massaged, it is seen that the pain decreases within 1-2 minutes. Arthritis patients can dissolve 2 spoons of chestnut honey and a teaspoon of cinnamon powder in a glass of hot water and take it in the morning and evening. Even patients with Chronic Arthritis can be cured if they take it regularly. In a study conducted at the University of Copenhagen; 73 of 200 patients who took a tablespoon of chestnut honey and ½ teaspoon of cinnamon powder before breakfast found healing within a week, and the remaining patients who could not walk or move were healed within a month.
Immune system: Chestnut honey and cinnamon used every day strengthen the immune system and protect the body against bacterial and viral attacks. According to researchers, chestnut honey contains many vitamins and large amounts of iron. Regular use of chestnut honey also strengthens the corpuscles, which fight bacteria and viruses in white blood cells.
Toothache: A mixture of a spoonful of cinnamon powder and 5 teaspoons of chestnut honey is applied to the aching tooth. It is applied three times a day until the pain is relieved.
Indigestion and flu: Cinnamon powder, sprinkled on 2 spoons of chestnut honey and taken before eating, prevents acid formation and indigestion. In a study conducted in Spain, it was determined that a substance in chestnut honey killed flu germs and protected patients from flu.
Urinary bladder infections: Two spoons of cinnamon powder and one dessert spoon of honey are dissolved in warm water and drunk. It has an effect on the microorganisms in the urinary bladder.
Effects of horse chestnut on cancer: In a study conducted in Japan and Australia, success was achieved on stomach and bone cancers. Patients with this type of cancer should take a spoonful of chestnut honey and a spoonful of cinnamon three times a day for a month.
Heart diseases: Make a mixture with chestnut honey and cinnamon and spread it on bread every morning instead of jam or marmalade for breakfast. This practice protects arteries by dissolving the cholesterol in patients with a heart attack. With this application, people who have had a previous heart attack will be miles away from the second attack. People who regularly practice this practice will eliminate breathing difficulties and their heartbeat will be stronger.
Infertility: Ancient Greeks and Ayurvedics have used honey for years to strengthen men’s semen. When women who cannot conceive, chew a pinch of cinnamon powder and half a teaspoon of chestnut honey with a chewing gum throughout the day, they mix with saliva and absorb slowly. A married couple in Meryland, America, had no children for 14 years and they lost hope. These practices were explained to them and it was determined that they would have twins a few months after the application of the above-mentioned cure began.
Cholesterol: When two spoons of chestnut honey and three teaspoons of cinnamon powder are dissolved in 450 g of brewed tea and drunk, blood cholesterol level will decrease by 10% within 2 hours. The cure recommended for arthritis patients can also be applied 3 times a day for cholesterol patients. According to the information in the magazine, even honey taken with daily food can help lower cholesterol.
Stomach pains: Chestnut honey and cinnamon cures have been found to be beneficial for stomach ulcers as well as stomachaches.
Flatus: Studies in India and Japan have shown that chestnut honey and cinnamon relieve flatus in the stomach.
Treatment of hair loss problems with horse chestnut: The cream obtained by adding a spoonful of honey and a teaspoon of cinnamon powder into hot olive oil is applied to the head before the bath and washed after waiting for about 15 minutes. Even a 5-minute application can be effective.
Pimples and skin: A cream is made with 3 parts honey and 1 part cinnamon. This cream is applied on pimples before sleep. In the morning, it is washed with warm water. If applied daily for 2 weeks, it will remove acne from the root. A mixture of equal amounts of chestnut honey and cinnamon is applied in eczema, fungal and other skin infections.
Common cold: A spoonful of warmed honey and 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon powder are eaten three times a day. This practice also applies to many chronic coughs, colds and sinus clearing.
Aging: Tea prepared with chestnut honey and cinnamon prevents old age damage when taken regularly. A drink is prepared by boiling 4 spoons of chestnut honey, 1 spoon of cinnamon powder in 3 glasses of water. Drink ¼ cup 3-4 times a day. Skin is alive, fresh and soft amounting to stop the deterioration.
Fatigue: Dr. Milton, who carried out the research, found that ½ spoon of honey and a little cinnamon powder in a glass of water every day in the morning and at about 15.00 when the body resistance starts to decrease, the vitality increases within a week.
Weight Loss: Equal amounts of chestnut honey and cinnamon are mixed in a glass of boiling water. It is drunk half an hour before breakfast every day on an empty stomach and before going to bed. If applied regularly, weight is lost. In addition, when this mixture is drunk regularly, it prevents the accumulation of fat in the body, even if a high-calorie diet is taken.