by AgroWeb on June 22, 2017

What Are the Benefits of Yogurt & Honey

There has been a lot of information regarding the health benefits of both honey and yogurt separately. But when you combine these two beneficial foods, what happens? These foods have benefits separately, and in combination, the two can work together for health. Honey: Use and Health Benefits Honey has long had a variety of uses other than as a sweetener. Before antibiotics were discovered, honey...

by AgroWeb on June 14, 2017

Honey, Lemon, Garlic for Immunity

We all know there is no real cure for the common cold. According to the studies, there are more than 200 different viruses that can lead to colds. And because we are dealing with viruses, antibiotics are ineffective. Absolutely all the medication we take for colds is meant to combat the symptoms and not the cause. Most people heal themselves without medication within 10 days. Even if allopathic ...

by AgroWeb on May 31, 2017

Heather Honey Amazing benefits

 Heather honey has a high reputation. It’s a strong one, the love-or-hate type. Heather honey benefits for health are connected mainly to its high antioxidant activity. In Great Britain, it is highly prized by connoisseurs and known as the “Rolls Royce” of honey. Heather, on its botanical name Calluna vulgaris, is the sole species in the genus Calluna in the family ...

by AgroWeb on May 29, 2017

Onion and Garlic Health Remedy

Onion it is one of the oldest cultivated vegetables in history, with antibacterial and antifungal properties. Onion has antimicrobial effect against tested microbes, because it is a rich source of flavonoids, polyphenols, organic sulfur, saponins and many other secondary metabolites, which are mainly responsible for its medicinal activities. Honey, has also antimicrobial effect against tested ...

by AgroWeb on May 21, 2017

The Citrus Honey Specs and Benefits

Why citrus? Why not orange honey, or lemon honey? What is citrus honey meaning? Well, we use this terminology for 2 reasons: 1. Because usually there is not only one specific orchard. Different species, hybrids, varieties and cultivars of citrus are all common to Mediterranean countries. They are cultivated for the production of fruits and aromatic essences and are placed next to each other. All ...

by AgroWeb on May 16, 2017

Chestnut Honey - The Darkest Yet Brightest Honey

The chestnut tree belongs to the same family as beeches and oaks. For thousands of years the chestnut was a primary source of nutrition in the mountainous areas of the Mediterranean where grains did not grow well. The primary honey producer, the sweet chestnut tree (Castanea sativa) is common in Europe as well as in Albania. Chestnut honey has a strong aromatic taste and a slightly bitter after ...

by AgroWeb on April 30, 2017

Nettles and Ginger Tea to Improve Vitality

Making a nettle infusion or tea adds absorbable stress reducing nutrients into your diet. It easily provides natural, health promoting nourishment. Ginger is great for your digestion and improves circulation and blood flow. Together they are a winner. The grassiness of the nettles is offset by the spicy ginger. Stinging nettles are a power house of gentle natural nutrition. A stinging nettle ...

by AgroWeb on April 29, 2017

Properties and Benefits of Acacia Honey

Acacia honey is one the best types of honey. There are two things that make acacia honey better than all the others: the fact that it’s the least allergenic of all honey types and its ability to crystalize very slowly. Add its antimicrobial and antiseptic action, low pollen content, healing properties, energizing effect and antioxidant action and you have an incredible healthy natural ...

by AgroWeb on May 2, 2017

The Truth About Crystallized Honey - Good or Bad?

Most people don't understand what makes honey thick or runny. Some assume thick honey is raw and thin, and watery water has been heated. This is not true. Raw honey is not always thicker than processed honey. Warm honey will be runnier but will eventually return to its original viscosity when cooled. So, viscosity is not a sure way to judge whether your honey is raw or has been pasteurized. ...

by AgroWeb on April 21, 2017

No Metal Spoons For Honey

There are experts who believe that the acids in honey can decompose copper and iron and produce toxic salts and so generally metal spoons should not be used to avoid the change of honey taste or transfer of undesirable metallic substances. However, this is surprising because most beekeepers' equipment is made of stainless steel, thus it very unlikely that the brief contact between the honey and ...

by AgroWeb on April 13, 2017

How to make Lavender Honey

Lavender honey is a treat everyone should enjoy at some point. AgroWeb.org will present you the simple recipe if you are not fortunate to find Lavender honey that has been made naturally from bees harvesting nectar from a Lavender field. Either fresh or dried Lavender flowers may be used to make this Lavender honey recipe. Gather Lavender flowers just prior to use choosing ones of good color or ...

by AgroWeb on May 17, 2017

Honey and walnuts combination for life

Honey and walnuts will perfectly enhance each other’s properties. It doesn’t have to be a specific honey, as long as it is raw and preferably organic, but for best results you could choose the chestnut honey as it has the highest level of antioxidants. The combination of walnuts and honey has many wonderful uses. AgroWeb introduces you to their most important benefits. Lowers High ...

by AgroWeb on April 8, 2017

Apple-Honey Mixture That Flushes Toxic Waste

Body cleanses have been performed since ancient times, and they are extremely beneficial methods of boosting the function of the body and improving overall health. Nowadays, body cleanses are performed due to the theory of autointoxication. Undigested foods, especially meats, cause an accumulation of mucus in the body that produces toxins and poisons in the body, which lead to weight gain, low ...

by AgroWeb on April 5, 2017

The Magical Effects of Albanian Raw Honey

Honey is such a sweet item, we often reserve it as a term of endearment for those closest to us. But when it comes to choosing the best food product to add to hot tea, drizzle on desserts, or use as a salve for a sore throat, there are different types of honey that get all the buzz. After a beekeeper collects the honey, it’s not always the end of its journey. Like many modern foods, it can ...