Spring Honey

May honey is the very first honey in the year that bees collect in spring from flowering shrubs and trees. It contains an amazing fragrant bouquet of strawberries, currants, sage, cherry, apple, bird cherry, willow, oxalis, maple, as well as some other valuable plants that bloom in May.

The color of May honey, as a rule, varies from golden-sunny to brownish - it completely depends on which particular bees the sweet nectar collected from the bees. It should be noted that May honey is the most popular and sought after.

May honey is extremely useful for the human body. Compared with many other varieties of honey, it is much easier to digest - this is due to the high content of natural fructose. The main benefit of fructose is that it is able to protect against the onset and development of diabetes. In addition, it contributes to the normalization of blood formation processes that occur in the human body.

With frequent use of honey in May, a person becomes vigorous and cheerful, his mood improves significantly. In addition, may honey helps to effectively cope with insomnia and problems of the nervous system. It is also recommended to use in various diseases of the organs of vision and atherosclerosis.

It should be noted that the positive effect of the May honey on the human body is directly related to the fact that medicinal plants prevail in it. Thus, the May honey, obtained on the basis of acacia nectar, is ideal for children's therapeutic food. And honey collected from hawthorn flowers has a beneficial effect on the thyroid gland and the cardiovascular system.


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