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Raw German Organic Honey & Blackcurrants
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Organic Honey & Blackcurrants

Regular price $250.00
Highlights
  • Berry-high in potassium, calcium, iron, fibres, and antioxidants, Vitamin B, C, E, K
  • Raw, natural honey with the benefits of antioxidants and antimicrobial properties
  • Fruity honey-sweet health-booster for your breakfast table!
Introduction

Our Organic Honey & Blackcurrant spread is composed of mild creamy Organic Spring Blossom Honey refined with freeze-dried blackcurrants. Of all the European fruits, the tasty little berries have the highest content of potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphor, fibres, vitamins B, C, E and K.

Our raw light-coloured Spring Blossom Honey still contains all the nutrients, vitamins, minerals and fibres as in the beehive to benefit your health.

With a refreshing mildly sour note and a vivacious dark purple colour this exquisite composition of organic blackcurrants and raw honey is a feast for the eyes as well as the tongue and helps you to stay healthy and energetic!

Germany, Thuringia

Thuringia is a state in east-central Germany with landscapes of unrivalled beauty, fantastic romantic old towns, castles and palaces and an incomparable architectural and cultural variety.

About one-quarter of Thuringia’s area is preserved as “National Nature Landscapes” including eight World Nature Heritage National Park and Biosphere Reserves. In these preserved and very different landscapes and regions our bees find plenty of nectar unaffected by commercial agriculture and thus can produce our healthy organic honeys from these natural treasures.

Raw Organic Spring Blossom Honey, 2.9% freeze-dried organic blackcurrants

Nutritional Information per 100g / 100ml

Calories 334 kcal
Protein 0.6 g
Total Fat 0 g
Saturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Carbohydrates 81 g
Sugar 81 g
Sodium 0 mg
Why Blackcurrants?

Blackcurrants contain splendidly rich levels of health-promoting micronutrients, even compared with other superfood berries. The berries are a rich source of vitamin C, A, B1, B5 and B6, and minerals such as iron, copper, calcium and phosphorus. Their exceptionally rich source of vitamin C and natural phenolic compounds, such as anthocyanins make them very beneficial for cardiovascular and brain health. Some research also suggests the phenolic compounds also help prevent urinary tract infections and relieve the symptoms.

Cardiovascular Health

The anti-inflammatory effect of blackcurrants promotes cardiovascular health due to their flavonoids, which have antioxidative properties and prevent the formation of deposits and toxic substances on the interior walls of the blood vessels and therefore results into smoother flow of blood through the circular system.

Blackcurrants are also rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids, which are also excellent for promoting your cardiac health. These essential fatty acids can lower the level of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or ‘bad cholesterol’ and boost the amount of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) or ‘good cholesterol’ in the bloodstream simultaneously. As a result, no cholesterol is deposited in arteries and the blood pressure levels remain under control.

The high iron content in blackcurrants can further contribute to the formation of red blood cells.

Immune System

The presence of antioxidant vitamin C in blackcurrants supports the immune system to become stronger and therefore reducing the vulnerability to cold, fever and infection.

Anti-bacterial Properties

Blackcurrants have excellent anti-bacterial properties as they contain high quantities of tannin and anthocyanin. Both can prevent the growth of bacteria within the urinary tract.

Brain Health

Blackcurrants can sharpen the memory since they contain not only significant quantities of antioxidants but iron as well, which increases the supply of oxygen to the brain, thus improving memory.

Eye Health

The vitamin A and anthocyanin content in blackcurrants is helpful in maintaining your eye health by increasing your eyesight and visual power.

Skin and Hair Benefits

The anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-oxidative properties of blackcurrants help against several skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.

Blackcurrants also contain Gamma-Linolenic Acids which prevent frequent hair fall, hair splitting and breakage and promote hair growth.

Disclaimer

The information presented above is not intended to prescribe or give in any way or form medical advice or diagnose. Please always consult your trusted physician. This product is not registered under the Hong Kong Pharmacy and Poisons Ordinance or the Chinese Medicine Ordinance. Any claim made for it has not been subject to evaluation for such registration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease.

Our Organic Honey & Blackcurrant spread from mild creamy Organic Spring Blossom Honey and blackcurrants is a perfectly refreshing on breakfast buns, bread and biscuits. It gives smoothies, shakes and juices a honey-sweet touch and amazing colour and is a health-boosting ingredient for your porridge, yogurts and mueslis. Not suitable for children under one year of age.

Organic Honey & Blackcurrant Recipes

Blackcurrants (Ribes nigrum) is a woody shrub in the family Grossulariaceae grown for its tasty berries. It is native to temperate parts of central and northern Europe and northern Asia.

Blackcurrants were first cultivated in the 11th century in Russian monastery gardens. It was not until the 17th century that its cultivation spread to other parts of Europe. Until today, leaves of blackcurrants are used as flavouring agents in the manufacture of teas or vodkas in Russia.

During World War II, most fruits rich in vitamin C, such as oranges, became difficult to obtain in the United Kingdom. From 1942 onward, blackcurrant syrup was distributed free of charge to children under the age of two and may have given rise to the lasting popularity of blackcurrant in Britain.

 

Bees are changing medicine: To reinforce their hives, bees use a resin from poplar and evergreen trees called propolis. It’s basically beehive glue which fights off bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Research shows that propolis may relieve cold sores, canker sores, herpes, sore throat, cavities, and even eczema. And since all our honeys are raw and untreated, they contain all the 400 substances and compounds including propolis, which are vital to man for the full activity of the organism.

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