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Milk vetch honey is quite a rare thing. We all know about milk-vetch seeds and some of us know that milk-vetch is a highly aromatic and flavorful herb with culinary and medicinal uses. But before seeds, milk-vetch makes beautiful pale flowers which are full of nectar and pollen and are very attractive to honey bees. Milk vetch honey is yellow in color and looks like typical honey color. Milk vetch honey has many nutrients that are very useful for heart health and immunity. It is the best urinary tract disinfectant for kidney patients. Milk vetch honey has been used in the past as the best effective medicine in the treatment of eye diseases.
milk-vetch honey is classified by the floral source of the nectar from which it was made. milk-vetch honey can be from specific types of flower nectars or can be blended after collection. The pollen in honey is traceable to floral source and therefore region of origin
- Having anti-inflammatory effects
- Protecting liver cells against certain toxin
- Boosting immune
- Having longevity
- Improving heart health
- Reducing stress
- Being used in traditional chinese medicine
- Increasing lactation in nursing mothers
- Having therapeutic effects
- Assessing for antibacterial activity against four bacteria, species
- Being used as a natural antibiotic
How to Produce
Today, beekeepers use various methods to extract honey from honeycomb. Some methods drain the honey while preserving the wax, while others melt or otherwise manipulate the wax to remove and separate out the raw honey. Small-scale beekeepers usually stop in this step and sell honey in its raw state, but most mass producers of honey sold in supermarkets take the process a step further.
Milk-vetch Honey is produced by bees collecting milk-vetch flower nectar for use as sugars consumed to support metabolism of muscle activity during foraging or to be stored as a long-term food supply. During foraging, bees access part of the nectar collected to support metabolic activity of flight muscles, with the majority of collected nectar destined for regurgitation, digestion, and storage as milk-vetch honey. In cold weather or when other food sources are scarce, adult and larval bees use stored honey as food.
The physical properties of milk-vetch honey vary, depending on water content, temperature, and the proportion of the specific sugars it contains. Milk-vetch flower honey is a supersaturated liquid, containing more sugar than the water can typically dissolve at ambient temperatures. At room temperature, honey is a supercooled liquid, in which the glucose precipitates into solid granules. This forms a semisolid solution of precipitated glucose crystals in a solution of fructose and other ingredients.
As far as packaging is concerned, there are various options – cups, glasses, cans, buckets. We can provide Milk-vetch honey in each quantity that our client wants, there are no limited in weight and destination or in packed.