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What is Acacia honey good for?

on July 21, 2021
What is Acacia honey good for?

What is Acacia honey good for?

Learn about Acacia honey’s natural benefits and our products

Firstly, what is Acacia honey?

Acacia honey is also known as locust honey. It has a delicate flavour, a mild taste and a light colour, almost transparent but occasionally with a tint of lemon yellow or yellow-green. Acacia honey is popular all over the world, particularly with Americans and Europeans. Acacia raw honey is sometimes called “liquid gold” or ‘liquid glass’.

Conveniently, Acacia honey remains liquid longer than the other 300 types of honey, and crystallises much slower due to its higher fructose content. Fructose-rich honeys such as acacia honey have a Glycemic Index of 53, other varieties of honey range from 32 to 85, depending on the botanical source.

So, what is Acacia honey good for?

As well as being absolutely delicious, there are many Acacia honey benefits - here are the top 5:

  1. It can aid wound healing and prevent bacterial contamination and infection by maintaining a moist environment while providing a protective barrier. Additionally, due to its powerful antioxidants it can protect your cells against damage.
  2. Hungarian Acacia Honey boasts of natural goodness, whilst tasting sweet and delicate. It contains many beneficial elements including up to 415 different enzymes and vitamins, such as magnesium and Vitamin C.
  3. It stimulates digestion, cleanses the liver, regulates intestinal movement, improves heart activity and the boosts the circulatory system. It helps to restore the body after effort by stimulating the immune system by boosting the number red blood cells.
  4. Due to its strong antibacterial activity, Acacia honey could help keep your skin free of bacteria, which may improve or prevent common skin problems like acne. Interestingly, some commercial acne-fighting creams and lotions contain Acacia honey.
  5. Acacia honey also contains powerful plant compounds, like flavonoids which act as antioxidants that can help to boost your health. Antioxidants also help with brain function, as well as skin health. Flavonoids can help to protect against chronic conditions, such as heart disease.

As well as the health benefits, a further bonus to Hungarian Acacia honey is that it is the least allergenic of all other honey types. Because of the low pollen content, it is suitable for sensitive people as well, so they do not have to search for a local honey.

Where does Acacia honey come from?

Fact: Acacia honey does not come from Acacia trees! It actually comes from the source of blossoms from black locust tree, Robinia pseudoAcacia, sometimes called ‘false Acacia tree’.

Black locust trees not only produce amazing honey (with the help of the bees of course!), but as members of the pea or Fabaceae family, they pass nitrogen into soil, which is a great benefit for damaged or poor soil areas.

Black locust or false Acacia trees grow rapidly and can attain heights of up to 21m when mature. The trees thrive in moist, fertile soil and are often grown as firewood because they grow rapidly and burn hot.

Hungarian Acacia honey is totally pure and clear as the Pannonian Basin has a unique climate and Acacia forests that expand large areas, and within which nothing else is blooming at the same time.

Honey Heaven Acacia honey products

Feel at harmony with nature with our Honey Heaven Hungarian Acacia Honey products. Their uniqueness lies in the colour, the harmonic fragrance which is a perfect aroma of Acacia flowers creating a soft mild flavour and subtle vanilla notes.

Natural Hungarian Acacia Honey

Acacia honey is the sweetest honey variety because of its mild delicate floral taste, which is simply mouth-watering. The Acacia honey is popular all over the world, and it’s no surprise our single origin Hungarian Acacia Honey received 2* at the 2018 Great Taste Award. This single flower honey is produced in a sustainable manner.

Acacia Honey Wine Mead

Honey-wine traditional mead is made from 100% Pure, Organic Hungarian Acacia Honey based on the traditional recipe. It is created by fermenting the honey. Premium quality ingredients guarantee our honey-wine has wonderful taste, a light colour and unique flavour. Vol: 12.5%.

Both products are available in gift sets too: 

Organic Hungarian Acacia Honeycomb

Honeycomb is extremely nutritious and packed with vitamins. People have been buzzing over the sweetness, healing properties and health benefits of honeycomb for thousands of years. Honeycomb packs a whole bunch of nutrients that regular honey cannot bring to the table. Organic and unfiltered honeycomb contains amazing benefits: it can boost the immune system and assist in treating a cold, just to name a few.

Organic Acacia Honeycomb has the ability to support your immune system. This comes from flower nectar containing phytochemicals and plant polyphenols. In addition to this, there are probiotics in the royal jelly produced in the beehive.

A few Acacia honey ideas…

Being the sweetest honey variety because of its mild delicate floral taste, and because it is so pure, Acacia can simply be stirred into beverages to make them mouth-wateringly sweet.

Serve our Hungarian Acacia honey over fresh toast or bread in the morning for a health-boosting, tasty start to the day. Acacia honey is also a wise choice to use in baking as it will not overpower other flavours.

Our family-run business prides itself in being able to sell such special, beautiful honey. We import unique premium organic high-quality honeys and other various healthy foods from our home-country of Hungary. Our motto: "Nature's choice for a healthier life'!”.

View all of our organic honey collection here.

Please note that although the evidence on honey and blood pressure and diabetes is mixed, all types of honey are high in natural sugar. Acacia honey should be consumed in moderation, as it may affect blood sugar levels.


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