Raw thyme honey not only is famous for its aromatic qualities and irresistible flavor but also for its therapeutic uses.
- It prevents throat infection.
In cases of moderate and acute throat infection, raw thyme honey has proven to be a powerful antiseptic. The high concentration of sugar that it presents prevents the proliferation of viral activity in the affected area. Likewise, it has traditionally been combined with lemon to calm pain on those winter days when the voice leaves us.
- It improves digestion.
Thanks to the properties of the thyme flower, this honey is an invaluable ally of the digestive system. For people with problems associated with intestinal transit, there is nothing better than consuming raw thyme honey. It can also prevent stomach pain.
- It regulates blood pressure.
Recent studies support its properties as a blood pressure regulating agent. Experts argue that the high presence of glycosaccharides allows it to act as a natural antioxidant and thus reduce blood pressure. Adding two tablespoons of honey to a cinnamon infusion can be a great remedy to help reduce blood pressure without resorting to drugs.
- It fights colds and other cardiorespiratory ailments.
It is rich in vitamins A, B, and C. It provides our body with everything necessary to combat respiratory ailments such as coughs or colds. Its antiseptic properties effectively reduce the inflammation of the respiratory membranes.
- Source of minerals.
It is a source of potassium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, selenium, calcium, and iron.
It gives excellent results when applied as a cream to treat burns or cuts.