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MADU BUNGA SERUNI - 野菊花蜜

MADU BUNGA SERUNI - 野菊花蜜




MADU BUNGA SERUNI - 野菊花蜜

MADU BUNGA SERUNI - 野菊花蜜



MADU BUNGA SERUNI - 野菊花蜜





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野 菊 花 蜜

         属稀有蜜.易结晶又称为排毒蜜.
      能排毒养颜改善肝毒所致的面黄色斑,消炎祛痘,是消除口腔溃疡、无名疮毒、祛除青春痘的保健美容佳品。
      蜂蜜富含人体所需的氨基酸、蛋白质、维生素、活性酶及多种微量元素,助您由内而外保持最佳状态。
      本产品来自无污染的自然生态环境下的野菊花采集地。野菊花虽花多但蜜少不易采集,所以倍显珍贵。  
     
野菊花蜜的其他功效:

  • 利尿护肝,
  • 清肺化痰,
  • 对呼吸道感染、
  • 流行性感冒、
  • 急慢性扁桃体炎等有辅助疗效,
  • 并具有降压安神的功效。
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The main origin of Shaanxi, Chrysanthemum nectar of tepid, translucent honey quality, taste glycol, is the honey on the choice. 

Chrysanthemum nectar of 

  • the diuretic Liver, 
  • clearing the lungs phlegm, 
  • respiratory tract infections, 
  • influenza, 
  • acute and chronic tonsillitis, which are secondary effects.

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野菊花蜜

排毒祛痘 清肝明目 美丽由内而外


    野菊花蜜也称为排毒蜜,能排毒养颜,消炎祛痘,是消除口腔溃疡、无名疮毒、祛除青春痘的保健美容佳品。菊花有清肝明目的功效,不但能改善肝毒所致的面黄色斑,还能让您拥有一双顾盼生辉的动人明眸。蜂蜜富含人体所需的氨基酸、蛋白质、维生素、活性酶及多种微量元素,助您由内而外保持最佳状态。经常服用能使皮肤红润细腻,重现健康光彩。本产品来自无污染的自然生态环境下的野菊花采集地。野菊花虽花多但蜜少不易采集,所以倍显珍贵。 

    野菊花蜜的其他功效:

  • 利尿护肝,
  • 清肺化痰,
  • 对呼吸道感染、
  • 流行性感冒、
  • 急慢性扁桃体炎等有辅助疗效,
  • 并具有降压安神的功效。

原料:野菊花蜜(也称野黄菊花、苦薏 、山菊花、甘菊花)
食用方法:每天1—2次,用冷开水、牛奶或咖啡调服,与蜜醋、花粉一齐服用效果更佳。


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野菊花蜜

详细说明:

      蜜蜂采集山野中的菊花而来,该蜜能止渴生津,清热降火,祛风解毒,平肝明目,尤其对疥疮、暗疮等有疗效,是防暑降温的好饮料。

      这些药材对人的身体无害,因为是纯天然的关系,这些蜜没有经过任何污染,因此具有独特的香味和药用价值。主要可以止渴生津,清热降火,祛风解毒,平肝明目,尤其对疥疮、暗疮等有疗效!而里面的五味子蜜内含五味子素、苹果酸柠檬酸、维生素A和C,故能治神经官能症、干眼病与口腔疾病,并可清肝火,补五脏之气。因此在酒后喝一杯浓浓的蜂蜜水可以解酒,还可以保护肝脏。野菊花蜜也称为排毒蜜,能排毒养颜,消炎祛痘,是消除口腔溃疡、无名疮毒、祛除青春痘的保健美容佳品。菊花有清肝明目的功效,不但能改善肝毒所致的面黄色斑,还能让您拥有一双顾盼生辉的动人明眸。蜂蜜富含人体所需的氨基酸蛋白质、维生素、活性酶及多种微量元素,助您由内而外保持最佳状态。经常服用能使皮肤红润细腻,重现健康光彩。本产品来自无污染的自然生态环境下的野菊花采集地。野菊花虽花多但蜜少不易采集,所以倍显珍贵。
野菊花蜜的其他功效
  1、利尿护肝,清肺化痰,对呼吸道感染、流行性感冒、急慢性扁桃体炎等有辅助疗效,并具有降压安神的功效。原料:野菊花蜜(也称野黄菊花、苦薏、山菊花、甘菊花)食用方法:每天1—2次,用冷开水、牛奶或咖啡调服,与蜜醋、花粉一齐服用效果更佳。
  2、止渴生津,清热降火,祛风解毒,平肝明目,尤其对疥疮暗疮等有疗效!而里面的五味子蜜内含五味子素、苹果酸柠檬酸、维生素A和C,故能治神经官能症、干眼病与口腔疾病,并可清肝火,补五脏之气。因此在酒后喝一杯浓浓的蜂蜜水可以解酒,还可以保护肝脏。
  3、野菊花蜜做面膜,野菊花和黄连清热消炎杀菌作用非常好,可以清除皮肤表层细菌,摸在那种发出来的大痘痘上可以代替一般的杀菌药,还没有任何副作用,长痘痘的人一般是因为内分泌失调所引起,内热,体内毒素积留,排不出,是长痘痘的内在因素,因此内调外敷效果更好!
  方法:蜂蜜一勺,甘油一勺,充分混合,即成面膜膏,使用时轻轻涂于脸部和颈部,20-25分钟后小心将面膜去掉即可,一个星期可以做三次到四次,每次30—40分钟,这款面膜适用于秋冬季节。
  野菊花不应与蜂蜜同饮,蜂王浆更不应与蜂蜜同时饮用,蜂王浆中已经含有多种营养物质,和蜂蜜并用,纯属浪费。野菊花性凉,老人不宜饮用。最好用菊花茶,添加蜂蜜时应待水温稍凉后,再加入蜂蜜,才不会破坏蜂蜜的营养物质。
  菊花具有去毒的作用,对体内积存的有害性的化学和放射性物质、都有抵抗、排除的疗效。于肥胖症、高血脂症和常服更可降火,有宁神静思的效用。高血压患者。高血压病患者按中医辨证可有多种证型,属于阴虚阳亢型者用菊花最好。属于阴阳两虚型者则不宜用寒凉的菊花,只宜用培补阳气,滋养肾阴的药,治疗这一证型的病人多用温热的党参、黄芪、杜仲、熟地等,用之则血压回归正常;若用菊花、钩藤、石决明等,血压则效果不佳。另外,痰湿型、血瘀型高血压病患者也不宜用菊花。
  蜂蜜是最常用的滋补品之一。据分析,蜂蜜中含有丰富的果糖,葡萄糖,维生素C、K、B1、B2,多种有机酸和有益人体健康的微量元素等。营养分析表明,蜂蜜中含有大约35%葡萄糖,40%果糖,这两种糖都可以不经过消化作用而直接被人体所吸收利用。蜂蜜还含有与人体血清浓度相近的多种无机盐,还含有一定数量的维生素B1、B2、B6及铁、钙、铜、锰、磷、钾等。蜂蜜中含有淀粉酶、脂肪酶、转化酶等,是食物中含酶最多的一种。酶是帮助人体消化、吸收和一系列物质代谢及化学变化的促进物。蜂蜜的气味芳香可口,从营养和保健价值来看,不仅是滋补、益寿延年之品,又是治病之良药。在临床上,蜂蜜不仅可以治疗胃炎,还可以在蜂蜜中加上某些药物治疗溃疡病。如每晨用温开水冲蜂蜜6克,空腹服或用丹参15克,木香6克,炙甘草6克,煎汁冲蜂蜜服,可治疗胃十二指肠溃疡以及各种胃痛症。蜂蜜是一种潜在的碱性食物,它所含的锰等无机盐,有促进食物的消化和同化作用,从而减轻胃肠负担而缓解症状。

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Monofloral Honey

Monofloral honey is a type of honey which has a high value in the marketplace because it has a distinctive flavor or other attribute due to its being predominantly from the nectar of one plant species.[1]
While there may never be an absolute monofloral type, some honeys are relatively pure due to the prodigious nectar production of a particular species, such as citrus (Orange blossom honey), or there may be little else in bloom at the time.
Beekeepers learn the predominant nectar sources of their region, and often plan harvests to keep especially fine ones separate. For example, in the southern Appalachians, sourwood honey, from a small tree that blooms late in the season, is highly regarded. Beekeepers try to remove the previously produced dark and strong flavored tulip poplar honey, just before the sourwood bloom, so the lighter sourwood is not contaminated. During sourwood bloom, there is little else for the bees to forage.
Monofloral honeys are also kept in separate tanks and labeled separately so as to command a premium price.

Some types of monofloral honey

Common name Origin Characteristics & Availability[2] Color
(False) Acacia Eastern North America and Europe. The main producers are Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania but it is also found in Canada, China, France and Italy. Acacia honey is actually from a false acacia, Robinia pseudoacacia, commonly known as black locust, a tree native to eastern North America and widely planted in Europe. The honey in the US is sometimes labeled "American Acacia". It has a lower acid content than other honeys. Its high fructose content means that it can stay liquid for a long time. Ranges from light yellow to almost colorless.
Alfalfa   Does not commonly come on the market as a monofloral. White
Apple blossom United Kingdom    
Avocado     Dark amber
Basswood/Lime (linden) blossom (Tilia americana) Canada, China, Hungary, Poland and the United Kingdom. Mildly spicy Water-white or pale, although its coloring depends on the time of collection.
Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) China, Russia, US, Canada Buckwheat was an important crop in the US from about 1930 to the 1960s, which has since faded from use, and buckwheat honey has become scarce in the US. A wild buckwheat Polygonum cuspidatum from a close kin that has become established in the US is naturally more mild than the familiar buckwheat, and sometimes is used to blend with buckwheat, or sold separately as a monofloral called "bamboo." A recent study has shown buckwheat honey to be more effective than over-the-counter cough syrup at treating childhood cough. It has a strong, distinctive taste and it often compared to molasses in both color and viscosity.[3] Very dark amber
Cherry blossom United Kingdom    
Chestnut   A dark honey with one of the highest mineral contents of all honeys.[4][5][6] Yellowish-brown
Clover Canada, United States, Sweden and New Zealand. Genuine monofloral clover is rare, as most light, mild-flavored honeys are mixed and called clover for the retail trade. Generally has a waxy aftertaste. White to pale
Eucalyptus Common in Australia Monofloral Eucalypt honeys include Jarrah,[7] Yellow Box, Grey box, Blue Gum, River Red Gum, Ironbark, Stringybark and Messmate. (Tasmanian Leatherwood honey is considered a delicacy, but is not a Eucalypt honey) Light amber to medium-dark red
Fireweed Northwestern US, Western Canada Fireweed honey is produced in great quantities in some areas of western Canada and northwestern US and is considered a premium monofloral. Amber
Gallberry Southeastern United States Has a rich but not overpowering flavor and is produced almost exclusively in the coastal Southeast. Very dark amber
Goldenrod (genus Solidago)   With acid soil, adequate moisture and good foraging weather during the autumn bloom, bees can make large quantities of honey from it. Much of it is sold for bakery use, but in some areas it has become a favored monofloral honey. Has a rank odor. Amber
Hawthorn United Kingdom    
Heather Mainly in the United Kingdom  
Jarrah Jarrah(Eucalyptus marginata) is a native tree unique to Western Australia (WA).  
Jujube, or Yemen Sidr[8][9] Yemen Traditional honey with reputed health benefits. Found in the desert areas of Yemen, Sidr trees are also known as Jujube, or Ziziphus zizyphus. Yellowish-brown
Kamahi New Zealand The creamy colored flowers of this common tree are very attractive to bees. Light amber
Kiawe      
Lavender[10] Produced mainly in France and Spain Woody, floral Light yellow
Leatherwood (Eucryphia lucida) Tasmania A strong floral aroma, with very strong distinctive taste. Dark amber
Lehua Hawaii Lehua Honey is made from the lehua (blossoms) of the ʻōhiʻa lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha), and is probably the rarest Hawaiian Honey. It is liquid when harvested from the hives but turns into a creamy, sturdy honey after a couple of weeks.  
Macadamia     Dark amber
Manuka New Zealand Manuka honey is from bees who feed on the flowers of the Manuka bush, also known as the "Tea Tree" to produce a honey that has anti-bacterial properties. Tea tree oil is commonly from the related Melaleuca tree native to Australia and is used as a topical antibiotic and antifungal for wounds that fail to close.[11][12]  
Mesquite Southwestern U.S. The mesquite tree is prized for its sweet-smoky smelling wood, primarily used in barbecues and meat smokers. The honey produced from its flowers also has this distinctive smoky aroma. Dark brown and viscous. Remains semi-crystalline even in hot weather.
Nodding thistle, or Musk thistle (Carduus nutans) Worldwide Considered a noxious weed in many areas of the world, but produces a good honey.[13] Light amber
Orange blossom France, Mexico and Spain; United States (Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida) Is actually made from mixed citrus nectars. It is a thick, very sweet honey. Strong aroma. Light amber to white, the lighter color and milder flavor coming in years when there is a large harvest and the honey is little contaminated by other nectars.
Tulip tree, or Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) Southern Appalachia, US Tulip tree is actually not a poplar, but the honey called "poplar" is a favorite regional monofloral honey. Dark amber or black, when held to the light may appear reddish.
Raspberry US Available in some areas where raspberries are grown commercially.  
Rata (Southern rātā, Metrosideros umbellata) New Zealand One of several species of Metrosideros but is the one that most regularly produces a honey crop, though sometimes it is in short supply. Very white when pure
Rewarewa[14][15] New Zealand The honey flavor is malty. Rewarewa, Knightia excelsa, was called New Zealand Honeysuckle tree. Reddish amber
Rosemary France and Spain    
Saguaro Southwest US and Northwest Mexico Tends to crystallize and be somewhat chunky. Not good for use in tea. Ranges from light yellow to dark yellow/brown.
Sage (Salvia)   Sage honey almost never crystallizes.  
Sourwood Southeast US, especially Appalachia Thin and complex, tasting almost like clover honey initially, with a characteristic faint sour aftertaste. Straw colored.
Star Thistle (Centaurea solstitialis) US, California Thick and simple tasting honey. It has no aftertaste and is considered a milder version of clover honey in taste. Light golden yellow
Sunflower France and Spain Because sunflower honey crystallizes quickly, becoming soft and easy to spread, it is often consumed in its crystallized state. Pale yellow
Tawari New Zealand "The nectar is copious and very watery producing a prolific honey crop... often with a high final moisture content... [and high] fructose."[16] Ixerba brexioides. Light
Wild thyme New Zealand, Greece. Thyme honey is the most popular honey produced in Greece. Thyme continues to flourish today in New Zealand's Central Otago.  
Tupelo Southeastern US Made from trees of the genus Nyssa which are native to wetlands of southeastern USA. In many areas the forests have been cut over, greatly reducing the supply of the honey. It is favored for some uses because it is very slow to granulate. Northern Florida is a major producer. Honey that is certified by laboratory analysis as purely tupelo brings a premium price.  
Ulmo (Eucryphia cordifolia) Chile Taste and aroma of aniseed, jasmine, vanilla and cloves, with a touch of tea and caramel. Compared to Manuka Honey as a medicinal. Amber
Viper's Bugloss New Zealand This wild flower covers the hills of central South Island during summer months. The seed was once used as a treatment for snakebite, which gives the plant its name.  

 References

  1. ^ "Monofloral honey types", Bee-info.com. (in German)
  2. ^ "Main European unifloral honeys: descriptive sheets", Apidologie 35 (2004) S38–S81 (PDF).
  3. ^ "Honey: A Better Option For Childhood Cough Than Over The Counter Medications", Science Daily.
  4. ^ Conti, M.E.Lazio region (central Italy) honeys: a survey of mineral content and typical quality parameters (2000) Food Control, 11 (6), pp. 459-463.
  5. ^ Bogdanov, Stefan Honey Composition Book of Honey, Chapter 5
  6. ^ González-Miret, Maria Lourdes et all Multivariate Correlation between Color and Mineral Composition of Honeys and by Their Botanical Origin J. Agric. Food Chem., 2005, 53 (7), pp 2574–2580 DOI: 10.1021/jf048207p Publication Date (Web): February 26, 2005
  7. ^ "WA Country Hour - 23/03/2004: Jarrah honey has healing powers". Abc.net.au. 2004-03-23. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
  8. ^ Giovanni Canova (2001). "Traditional Beekeeping in Eastern Yemen". Yemen Update 43. Retrieved 2010-06-05.
  9. ^ "Yemeni Sidr Honey Is Beneficial for Sinus Problems". Retrieved 2010-06-05.
  10. ^ See the section spelled "Lavander" in "Main European unifloral honeys: descriptive sheets", Apidologie 35 (2004) S38–S81 (PDF).
  11. ^ Khan FR, Ul Abadin Z, Rauf N (2007). "Honey: nutritional and medicinal value". Int J Clin Practyear=2007 61 (10): 1705–7. doi:10.1111/j.1742-1241.2007.01417.x. PMID 17877657.
  12. ^ "Derma Sciences Medihoney Primary Dressings with Active Manuka Honey" (PDF).
  13. ^ "Nodding Thistle". Airborne.co.nz. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
  14. ^ "Rewarewa". Airborne.co.nz. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
  15. ^ "Mono Floral Honeys". Honeyland.co.nz. Retrieved 2010-09-10.
  16. ^ "Tawari". Airborne.co.nz. Retrieved 2010-09-10.

 See also

 External links


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