Apricots in honey

Apricots contain up to 27% of various sugars, mainly sucrose, vitamins C, B1, B2, B15, P, an abundant amount of Provitamin A (as much as an egg yolk).

Apricots are rich in various micro nutrients, containing nearly half of the elements in the periodic table – being a vital source of iron, potassium, magnesium, as well as phosphorus, sodium and even such extremely rare micro elements as molybdenum, nickel and titan. Apricots also contain various organic acids, apple acid, wine acid, citric acid and salicylic acid. Due to the high content of iron, apricots are highly recommended in case of anaemia. It is established that 100 grams of apricots achieve the same level of change in the improvement of blood content as 250 grams of liver.

Apricots regulate the acidity of gastric juice as well as they improve the operation of pancreas, liver and gallbladder

They also are beneficial in case of cardiac related diseases. Due to their high content of magnesium, apricots are able of achieving a reduction of blood pressure in case of a high blood pressure.

Apricots also facilitate neural operation. Their phosphorus content along with magnesium increases one’s mental capabilities and improves memory.


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I could not agree more with your slogan – “More than honey”. The various nuts covered in honey are indeed more than a honey itself and even more than honey in nuts. It is perhaps the National park of Gauja taking care of the rest. Tasty indeed.



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