Honeysuckle

Properties of honeysuckle

Properties and caloric valueof berry. Benefits of honeysuckle

General information

Honeysuckle contains a great amount of essential vitamins and minerals. It is known to have vitamins B, C, A, fructose, glucose, various types of organic acid. In comparison with honeysuckle, lemon and kiwi have the same level of vitamin C. The berry includes such kind of minerals as natrium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, zinc, copper, iodine, etc.

Honeysuckle is recommended to consume for people who have physical and mental exhaustion, loss of appetite, fever, swelling of different origin because this berry is known as diuretic. In addition, it has a good effect on cardiovascular system. Honeysuckle stimulates strengtheningthe walls of theblood vessels and prevents atherosclerosis.The berry is able to enrich the body with vitamins, strengthen the immune system and prevent different diseases.

Honeysuckle has a benefit effect on the digestive tract and restore the digestive process.

Scientists have proved the benefit of honeysuckle in fight against growth cells, this berry can be a prophylactic drug against cancer diseases.

Honeysuckle has great properties for health and beauty. It can retard aging process, restore skin elasticity, promote healthy skin growth. The tincture prepared from the honeysuckle can be used to treatskin diseases such as eczema, ulcer.

As was mentioned above, the berry has health qualities and tasty vitamins. Berries can be consumed fresh or frozen. The berry keeps health benefits and medicinal properties. Honeysuckle can be used as ingredient for juice, syrup, stewed fruit, jam, jelly, etc.

It should be mentioned that this berry contains 30 calories in 100 grams.

The health benefits of berry promote weight loss and prevent obesity. Honeysuckle is recommended to consume during the fasting days.

Properties of honeysuckle

Interesting Honeysuckle Facts

Caloric value

Energy value of honeysuckle (pfc): 236 (56)

Proteins: 0,8 g 

Fats: 0 g.

Carbohydrates: 13,1 g. 

Vitamins

Vitamin C (C) - 152 mg

Vitamin B2 (B2) - 3 mg

Vitamin B1 (B1) - 3 mg

Vitamin A (RE) (A (RE)) - 50 mg

Beta carotene - 0.3 mg

Minerals

Iodine (I) - 165 mg

Aluminum (Al) - 90 mg

Silicon (Si) - 90 mg

Manganese (Mn) - 0.09 mg

Copper (Cu) - 90 mg

Iron (Fe) - 0.8 mg

Phosphorus (P) - 35 mg

Potassium (K) - 70 mg

Sodium (Na) - 35 mg

Magnesium (Mg) - 21 mg

Calcium (Ca) - 19 mg