Raw Natural Acacia Honey (340g)
Raw Natural Acacia Honey (340g)
Nature’s Blends Acacia Honey, sourced from the wild forests of Romania and derived from the nectar of the Robinia pseudoacacia flower, is light in colour, clean in texture, mildly sweet in taste, distinctive in floral overtones, and delicately balanced with vanilla.
Nature’s Blends offers 100% pure and raw, cold-filtered Acacia honey of excellent quality. We collect it directly from Romanian Acacia tree blossoms and present it to honey enthusiasts – an unheated, unfiltered, and unblended delicacy with a subtle floral taste and plenty of noble properties. Our organic honey has low natural acidity. We pack our honey with mineral salts, flavonoids, phenolics, and vitamins to support good health and help restore the body’s vitality.
This all-natural honey usually retains its runny consistency for longer as it is high in fructose. It adds sweetness to your hot or cold foods without altering the natural taste or the aroma. Acacia nectar is gentle in flavour, making it an excellent choice for cooking and baking. What makes it different from other honey varieties is that it is primarily comprised of fructose. The raw honey benefits for health are endless.
Our acacia honey will become your personal favourite in no time!
Texture, Color, Aroma, and Taste:
Pure acacia honey is sometimes listed as "water white" or "extra white" due to its extremely clear texture and nearly transparent colour. You will find it named 'water honey' or 'moonflower honey' due to its distinctively pale colour.
Being one of the lightest coloured honey, raw honey offers naturally mellow, gentle sweetness, which is complemented with floral undertones and vanilla flavour. This combination of floral and grassy notes makes it taste fresher. Surprisingly, it has no aftertaste.
This organic raw honey is runny and very light in texture. It stays liquid without sugaring (due to high fructose content).
The Robinia pseudoacacia flower is the scientific name for black locust or false acacia tree on which honeybees feed and produce acacia, honey. Blossoms grow from late May till early June. The honeybees are attracted to acacia because of the extraordinary fragrance of flowers.
You can find approximately 1,300 or more species of acacias. The Fabaceae family, it is native to Eastern Europe. Typically, the acacia flower is found in tropical and temperate regions. Honey is chiefly harvested from the Appalachian Mountains, along with Valcea (Romania) being a central producing country.
Suggested Ways to Use:
- Being a good alternative to sugar, you can use pure acacia honey in desserts, bakery items, and sugary flavoured drinks.
- Honey goes well with the subtle saltiness of cheeses, especially blue cheese.
- Best pick for flavour-sensitive savoury cuisines as it does not add an overwhelmingly sweet taste.
- It can be added to salads or sauces for balancing the spiciness.
- Due to nutrients and the ability to dissolve quickly, honey makes a good selection for healthy beverages.
- You can add pure honey to your masks or scrubs.
- You can slather it on a slice of bread.
- Add 1 Tsp. of acacia honey to a glass of milk and drink in the morning.
- It is best used as a natural sweetener for tea and coffee even if you have diabetes, as it has a low GI (glycemic index).
- Just grab your spoon and drizzle it on your pancakes.
- Acacia honey mix perfectly with smoothies, oatmeal or cereal, fruits, yoghurt, and ice cream.
- Keep the jar of pure honey at room temperature. It must be stored away from direct sunlight, heat, moisture, and pollutants.
- Infants are at a higher risk of botulism if they consume raw acacia, and honey. Children of age less than one should not consume it.
- Diabetic patients should consult their physician before consuming honey as it can raise their blood sugar level.
- People with allergies to sugar or pollens can experience mild to severe allergic reactions. Don’t apply raw honey topically if allergic.
Average per 100g
Average serving size 21g
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Health Benefits of Honey:
- Thanks to the low GI value, acacia honey is the best-suited natural sweetener who prefer to eat pure with no additives or preservatives. People with restrictive diets and diabetes can take advantage of this sweet treat.
- It is healthy for heart health and the proper functioning of the circulatory system.
- Raw unfiltered honey is good for the respiratory system.
- The benefits of honey include curing dehydrated and pre-ageing skin. Using it in your facial masks and scrubs will give your skin a glowing and fresher appearance with softness.
- It has low pollen content, naturally.
- It can be a good source of energy for gym lovers and kids. They can simply take it with fruits, shakes, nuts, or bread to improve athletic performance.
- Medically proven, acacia honey might support the RBCs and platelet production.
- Raw honey plays a role in the detoxification of the liver.
- Pure honey has the potential to cater to your GIT issues. It can act as a natural laxative (for constipation), stimulates digestion, regulates intestinal transit, and reduce intestinal inflammation with its anti-inflammatory property.
- Consuming honey can strengthen your immune system.
- Organic honey works as a natural germ killer.
- Acacia honey gives calming or relaxing effects against anxiety, stress, nervousness, and insomnia.
- It comes packed with plenty of anti-allergenic, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties.
What is the significant difference between acacia honey and Manuka honey?
The major difference is in their source. Acacia honey is produced by the honeybees who forge on the acacia tree/blossom nectar. Manuka honey is produced by honeybees collected from the Manuka flower.
How do you eat acacia, honey?
You can eat it raw or mix it in savoury dishes or desserts. It can be added to milk, oatmeal, ice cream, smoothies or other beverages. You can eat acacia honey with bread, pancakes, and fruits.
Is acacia honey any good?
Pure honey is beneficial for health due to its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, healing, antioxidant, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties. Moreover, it has low pollen content. It can help combat skin, GIT, nervous system, and heart issues. It tends to support faster-wound healing.
Is acacia honey anti-inflammatory?
Yes, acacia honey is medically-proven anti-inflammatory as it potentially inhibits the production of pro-inflammatory mediators.