Two syrups with Buram Honey for winter colds

The problems we experience most often in terms of our health in winter are diseases such as colds or flu. Although many people prefer to use medicine against these diseases, it is also possible to resist them naturally. Natural honey, which is a healing resource, can alone give you a strength but also can be a source of healing on cold days by joining healthy mixtures and syrups with other natural products.

For this we will give you the recipe for two wonderful mixtures that you can consume in the winter months and prepared with Buram Honey Turkey.

Ginger and honey syrup

When winter is came, it is a very healthy application to eat one spoon of Buram Turkey chestnut honey on an empty stomach in the morning to strengthen our immune system. Especially in the winter months honey is one of the most indispensable foods of our homes.

There are also many benefits of ginger, a bitter but very healthy natural food. Ginger is especially preferred because it cleans the bronchus, especially when used in combination with honey against cold or flu.

When ginger and honey come together, it becomes a powerful source of health. Now we will give you a syrup recipe to ease the drinking of Buram honey and ginger.


For a 500 gram jar:

1 piece of fresh ginger (lemon size)

1 piece of medium size lemon

Buram Turkey honey (350 – 400 grams)


Cut a piece from ginger root, peel and wash it with the help of a teaspoon.

Mince the ginger first vertically and then horizontally (matchstick thickness).

Put the minced ginger into a clean jar.

Wash the lemon and then slice it thinly without removing the peels, and put them into the jar.

Fill the jar with Buram Turkey honey.

Close the cover of jar and put it into the refrigerator.

Before using this mixture, bland it by shaking or by the help of spoon.

Consume it by pouring 1-2 teaspoons from mixture into one cup of warm water.

Vitamin Syrup

The second recipe we’ll share is a vitamin syrup that you can use frequently in winter months. You can use this syrup instead of sugar in your herbal teas, or you can consume it by eating 1 sweet spoon on an empty stomach in the mornings.

First, the ingredients:


1 piece of finger-sized fresh ginger

1 piece of lemon

1/2 (half) orange

Peels of 1 apple

2 cinnamon barks

15-20 pieces of cloves

As much as Buram Turkey Honey


First, peel the fresh ginger in the shapes of cube, lay it at the bottom of the jar you will use.

Add the cloves over the ginger.

Then, respectively lay down the sliced lemon, apple and oranges. (The knife must be very sharp when you cut the fruit you use. Otherwise the juice of these fruits may leak)

Place the cinnamon barks vertically on the sides of jar, and then pour the Buram honey into the jar. If you do not have any tools to measure honey, you can put as many honey as you can into your jar.

You can use your syrup after it is waited for 1 day in the refrigerator.

Try to upside down the jar sometimes so that honey shall not sink to the bottom. It is advised to finish this syrup in 3-4 weeks.

For preparing these syrups you must carefully choose your honey. Firstly, your honey must be natural, genuine and quality like honey types of Buram Honey Turkey.

You can also select among many types of honey, such as; Flower Honey, Blossom Honey, Acacia Honey, Royal Jelly, Forest Honey, Pure Bee Honey, Comb Honey, Comb Lath Honey, Linden Honey, Thyme Honey, Chestnut Honey, Black Forest Honey, Honeycomb, Pine Honey…

Do not forget! Every honey is not natural honey like Buram Honey. Be careful to choose right honey.

You can order Buram Natural Honey safely from here or you can buy it from many markets across the Europe.

Under the brand of Buram Honey Turkey; there are many natural honey types and quality honey tastes, such as; Buram Flower Honey, Buram Blossom Honey, Buram Acacia Honey, Buram Royal Jelly, Buram Forest Honey, Buram Pure Bee Honey, Buram Comb Honey, Buram Comb Lath Honey, Buram Linden Honey, Buram Thyme Honey, Buram Chestnut Honey, Buram Black Forest Honey, Buram Honeycomb, Buram Pine Honey…

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