Huge List of 22 Types of Honey and Their Medicinal Properties

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3. Heather (Calluna) Honey

Honey made from beautiful heather flowers is dark yellow in color, and has a super pleasing taste that kids really go for. Heather honey is terrific at removing mucous from the lungs and bronchial tubes, as well as problems with the kidneys and urinary tract.


4. Amorpha Honey

Sometimes called false indigo bush, amorpha honey is reddish in color and has a mild flavor. Amorpha honey is a great way to help deal with exhaustion or for giving yourself a natural boost of energy at the end of the day. Amorpha honey has lots of protein, minerals, and vitamins, so this is the perfect honey to use for replacing lost energy. Add a tablespoon to your afternoon tea or milk and you will find those afternoon blahs just disappear.


5. Almond Honey

As you might imagine, almond honey is an amber color and has a rich, nutty flavor. Almost all almond honey comes from California. Most people are not fond of this flavor, however, as they say it has a bitter aftertaste. It is difficult to find this honey as most of it is sold to food producers. Many people who are allergic to nuts find that they can eat this honey, but please exercise caution  as nut allergies can be life threatening.


6. Hawthorn Honey

Honey that is made from hawthorn flowers is brown and very strong smelling. However, this honey is great for those with heart problems as it helps those suffering from angina pectoris, myocarditis, atherosclerosis, while it regulates the blood pressure. Hawthorn honey is used because it has a naturally calming effect on the body. It can also lower cholesterol levels. Make a paste with cinnamon and honey and put it in your coffee, tea, smoothie, or a slice of bread each day to lower cholesterol levels naturally.


7. Avocado Honey

This is another honey that comes from California when the avocado trees are in blossom. It has an almost buttery taste to it and is absolutely delicious, but hard to find. Check with online bee keepers from California to get a taste of this delightful honey.

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One Comment

  1. Joanne Hamilton

    Jan 22, 2018 at 1:30 pm

    What about Clover Honey?