Sweet Clover

Flower honey, depending on the predominant content in the processed flower nectar of a plant species called linden, buckwheat, acacia, Sweet Clover, thyme, clover, tobacco, etc. Mature honey thick, transparent. Its relative density is 1.12. The chemical composition varies depending on the plant from which collected the nectar. The composition of honey are glucose, fructose, sucrose, proteins, enzymes, organic acids, minerals, vitamins, water, etc. The ratio of these ingredients vary depending on climatic and soil conditions.

The main component of honey is ripe cahar inverted, which contained 40% glucose and 35% fructose. The more of this sugar in the honey, the more valuable it is, as it is easier to digest in the body. To eat the wax it has to be a long time to chew. Honey comb is sterile and can used for instilling in her eyes (diluted with boiled water for cataracts). After the honeycomb is chewed wax, which can also be used: cosmetic purposes (masks, creams) for the treatment of Burns for acne, boils, cracked from cuts, healing wounds, ulcers, etc. Honey bee-product processing plant nectar the bees.

Nectar from it different physical and chemical properties. As a high- product, honey is used from time immemorial, as evidenced by the findings during the excavations of ancient sites. Color, taste and aroma of honey depends on the composition of the nectar of flowers, from which he collected. If the product is derived from one species of plants, called monoflernym, and if the group – then poliflernym. Distinguish honey and floral padevy. The latter is a product of the sugary secretions of processing bees worms, aphids and other insects, as well as secretions collected from the leaves of birch, hazel, poplar, maple and other plants. Padevy dark honey contains many trace elements, for therapeutic purposes, it is generally not used. Flower honey, depending on the predominant content in the processed flower nectar of a plant species called linden, buckwheat, acacia, Sweet Clover, thyme, clover, tobacco, etc. The mature honey thick, transparent. Its the relative density of 1.12. The chemical composition varies depending on the plant from which collected the nectar. The composition of honey are glucose, fructose, sucrose, proteins, enzymes, organic acids, trace elements, vitamins, water, etc. The ratio of these ingredients vary depending on climatic and soil conditions. The main component of mature honey is inverted cahar in which contains 40% glucose and 35% fructose. The more of this sugar in the honey, the more valuable it is, as it is easier to digest in the body.