Honey-coated walnuts

“Honey-coated walnuts” is an extremely healthy treat, which can be made at home and isn’t only available in stores. In fact, making it yourself is a wonderful idea, and it can even be a great gift. It’s well known that consuming walnuts regularly has extremely beneficial effects on the body. This effect can be further enhanced when combined with honey.

Effect of honey-coated walnuts

Honey is already a carbohydrate source rich in minerals. It contains various vitamins, organic acids, essential oils, and important enzymes, as well as amino acids, proteins, and other bioactive substances. It consists of mainly monosaccharide sugars, accounting for 81% of its composition. Furthermore, it contains 22 different macro and microelements. The most essential vitamins in honey are mainly C and B vitamins, folic acid, and niacin. It also has a high enzyme content, which contributes to its significant antibiotic effect.

Walnuts are an excellent source of unsaturated fatty acids, and a few walnuts can help normalize cholesterol levels after a high-fat meal. Walnuts also contribute to maintaining the elasticity of blood vessels. They also contain a significant amount of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. The positive effects of walnuts on the body are particularly noticeable with regular consumption. They act as a blood purifier, stimulate digestion, and are known to have anti-parasitic effects. They are also very effective against stomach and intestinal inflammation.

Making honey-soaked walnuts


  • 0.5 kg honey
  • 0.5 kg walnuts, roughly chopped
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • Screw-top jar


  1. First, place the walnuts in the jar.
  2. Then pour the honey over them and add the juice of half a lemon.
  3. Fill the jar completely with honey, ensuring there are no air bubbles.
  4. Seal the jar tightly.
  5. Store in a cool place, let it mature for at least 1 month for the flavors to meld.
  6. Consume a spoonful of it three times a day.

It’s effective for the following issues:

  • Treatment of anemia
  • High blood pressure
  • Strengthening blood vessel walls
  • Blood purification
  • Treatment of insomnia
  • Treatment of gastric ulcers
  • Improving mood

It’s worth preparing this in autumn and even giving it as a Christmas gift. For that, place it in pretty jars and decorate them nicely. But if you make it for yourself, the sight of it will fill you with joy!


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