Learn about orange blossom honey with saffron

Orange blossom honey is the honey which the bees of the Spanish Levante (East Coast) suck from orange blossom flowers, or those flowers from citrus fruit trees. In turn, saffron is a plant whose pistils imbue an unmistakable and exquisite taste to great many number of dishes.

Orange blossom honey with saffron is undoubtedly one of the best natural foods we can eat. The benefits which it brings to one’s health are numerous. On the one hand, orange blossom honey is one of the best natural sweeteners available, given that it contains phosphorus, potassium, fructose and glucose, making it a fast-absorbing sweetener. Having a high content of minerals: potassium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, calcium, selenium, sodium, copper and boron and furthermore, strengthens the immune system thanks to its antibacterial properties. And on the other, it must be said that it is a great sedative, capable of helping prevent cancer and chronic illnesses.


The incredible properties of saffron


When combining the incredible properties of honey with the benefits of saffron, a  super food is obtained and secondly, that saffron is excellent for anaemia, thanks to its high iron content. It is rich in potassium, ideal for helping one’s circulation; containing vitamin B6 for treating diabetes, asthma and depression, and possessing vitamin C perfect for one’s skin, eyesight, ears and respiratory system.

Therefore, orange blossom honey with saffron can be unquestionably classified as an authentic natural medicine, that’s why it should be present in everybody’s pantries, as an essential item to  keep one’s health in tip top shape. Don’t you think?

Perfect to be served with toast, torrijas (French toast), fritters, hot milk or tea … and the best option to make homemade desserts with a 100% healthy sweetener.

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