The Kings Tree That Counteracts Rheumatic Pain, Toothache, Gastritis, Stomach Ulcers, Migraine! Recipe!

White, pink or purple color, black locust,  with fragrance and with lush foliage does not leave anyone indifferent.

The local people also knows it as acacia, acacia white, royal wood, blackberry.

Prepared as a tea, acacia combat rheumatic pain and toothache, and it is the perfect antiseptic. Reduces increased acid secretion and helps with migraines. Efficiently working with gastritis, heartburn, ulcers of the stomach and duodenum.

Tea is preparing by the teaspoon of dried flowers from acacia poured with  half a pint of boiling water. Capped and allowed to stand for half an hour, and then seep and drinks one to three cups per day.

A special place is found in homeopathy. In the opinion of these experts, it is excellent in the treatment of hyperacidity or increased stomach acidity, with heartburn that occurs during sleep, migraine and facial nerve inflammation.

Western folk medicine uses it to treat antiviral diseases, cramps, skin diseases, problems with digestion, cleaning the intestines, to reduce the high temperature, for better secretion of urine .

Flower of acacia can be used well, so you’ll dip into the dough as for pancakes and fry in oil.

Ideal  honey  for children

Acacia honey is very appreciated in Europe. It is clean, smooth, lightweight, ideal for children older than one year. For the youngest  is recommended because it is soft and light, and in adults because it affects against stress, nervousness, insomnia … most transparent of all types and one of the most delicious. Its crystallization takes up to three years. In case of sugaring , becomes white, milky, fine-ground, which is reminiscent of the snow. If crystallized, honey jar should soak in warm water and the problem is resolved.

It blooms from April to late May or even June.

White fragrant flowers secrete lot of nectar, and are delicious and fresh and fried. When people who know the value of this tree, the flower is harvested just before the opening, and the leaf while quite young. Folk medicine recommends tea made from dried flowers, which is both tasty and healthful for colds and coughs.

On the other hand, fresh green beans and seeds have a lot of protein, carbohydrates and fat.

When using certain parts of acacia, you should be careful. Because of the toxicity of ingredients such as robin and fazina  you shouldn’t use the old bark, leaf ripe and raw seeds.