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100% pure, natural honey freshly harvested in Warm Southern California
Packaged in Plastic bottle
A great source of Natural Antioxidants, Vitamins & Minerals
If you enjoy eating orange blossom honey for its unique and delicate flavors, you will be pleased to know that it’s more than just a sweet treat. Orange blossom honey, like many other honey varieties, has medicinal properties that support human health and well-being and can be used both internally and externally. Honey is not intended to replace medical care. Contact your doctor before using honey to treat a medical condition.
High in Antioxidants
Orange blossom honey provides a wide variety of natural antioxidants to the diet. According to a study published in “Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry” in 2011, researchers from the University of Vienna tested the flavonoid content of different varieties of honey, including orange blossom. Orange blossom honey contains quercetin, hesperidin, luteolin, kaempferol, galantine, naringenin and isorhamnetin — antioxidants with anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, anti-cancer and immune supporting effects in the body. The antioxidants in orange blossom honey may help to protect against free radical damage and reduce your risk of chronic illnesses.
Good Source of Minerals
Orange blossom honey may be a good source of trace minerals to support nutrition in humans. In a nutritional analysis published in “Talanta” in 2005, researchers from the University of Seville tested orange blossom honey for its mineral content. Zinc, boron, manganese, magnesium, calcium, selenium, copper, potassium and sodium were all found in orange blossom honey; however, their levels varied greatly depending on the geographical location from where the honey was gathered.
In an article published in “Anaerobe” in 2011, Greek researchers tested the effects of several different types of honey, including orange blossom, on bacterial cultures in the laboratory. Orange blossom honey showed significant antibacterial properties against a range of pathogens, including Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica and others. Preparations using orange blossom honey as a natural antibacterial agent should include at least 20 percent honey, as this was deemed the minimum dilution required to inhibit bacteria. Researchers concluded that with more pathogens become antibiotic resistant, the need for other antibacterial agents like orange blossom honey is growing.