Scottish Heather Honeycomb
Honeycomb contains all the main amino acids as well as the following vitamins B, C, D and E. It also contains water, pollen, fructose, glucose, organic acids, proteins and enzymes. Honeycomb contains magnesium, iron and potassium as well as thiamin, riboflavin, ascorbic acid, panothenic acid and nicothenic acid.
After honey cappings it is the next best chewing gum with similar health benefits as the cappings.
Honeycomb is great for asthma and chest problems – take just less than quarter of a teaspoon / 1/2cm every day and chew for half an hour do not spit out even when the taste has gone just keep chewing and after half an hour spit out. Take for over a year for asthma. If asthma is bad take twice a day.
According to new research, Scottish heather honey is even more effective for treating infections than its New Zealand-based cousin manuka.
This honey, effectively kills the strains of bacteria that cause MRSA and three other types of bacteria, the Glasgow University’s School of Veterinary Medicine found.
200g – £17
This is the best part of the honey the cappings is what bees use to seal the honeycomb – it contains wax, pollen and so many health benefits such as small amounts of numerous vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants including: niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc.
Honey cappings are great for asthma – take half a teaspoon or one teaspoon every day and chew for half an hour do not spit out even when the taste has gone just keep chewing and after half an hour spit out. Take for over a year for asthma. If asthma is bad take twice a day. Also good for pneumonia and bronchitis and other chest infections take for two weeks.
Warning: Honey Cappings are unfiltered although great care has been taken to remove foreign parts (bees etc) there may be some in therefore please take care when consuming
340g honey cappings = £20