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Acacia Flower

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Acacia Flower (lat. Acacia Mill.) comes from North America. The white flower of the tree makes the plant a popular ornamental tree in Europe. It came ..

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Acacia Flower (lat. Acacia Mill.) comes from North America. The white flower of the tree makes the plant a popular ornamental tree in Europe. It came to Europe at the beginning of the 17th century thanks to Jean Robin. The bark of the trunk and limbs is hard, deeply furrowed and fissured. It has a dark grey color. Young twigs have thin, smooth, red-brown bark. It has a lush crown, oval leaves and lots of flowers. In addition to its nice appearance, the acacia flower deserves attention for its honey aroma and healing properties. Acacia flowers are rich in flavonoids (robinin, acacetin, kaempferol and epigenin), as well as organic acids, leucoanthocyanoside sugars and mineral salts. They also contain a high concentration of essential oils composed of piperonal, farnesol and linalool.


Health properties

  • Diuretic;
  • Diastolic for smooth muscles of the urinary and digestive systems;
  • Sealing and strengthening blood vessels;
  • Anti-aggregation;
  • Vasodilating;
  • Improving blood circulation;
  • Increasing the excretion of harmful metabolic products, sodium chloride and uric acid;
  • Acacia flower in the form of strong infusions and tinctures can lower blood pressure and have a calming effect on the vegetative and central nervous syste;
  • Externally inflammation of the conjunctiva and choroid;
  • Eye strain - infusion compresses;
  • For compresses and washing irritated skin, damaged by cosmetic procedures, dry and prone to telangiectasia and rosacea.



  • During colds (to relieve cough and sore throat);
  • If you have stomach problems;
  • For people suffering from stomach ulcers;
  • For the overall strengthening of the body;
  • In inflammation of the kidneys and problems with urine output;
  • In poisoning (e.g. caused by drugs);
  • In stressful situations to calm down;
  • For people suffering from rheumatism;
  • Externally to moisturize and improve the appearance of the facial skin.


Dosage and how to use


Use 1 tablespoon of dried acacia flowers, pour a glass of boiling water over it and let it brew, covered, for about 10 minutes. Acacia flower tea, drunk several times a day, has a great calming effect, relieves stomach pains caused by indigestion, strengthens the nervous system and gives energy when we are tired.

Face Tonic

 To prepare it, we will need about 1 cup of acacia flowers. They should be poured with boiled or demineralized water and left for 24 hours. After a day, add 2 tablespoons of wine vinegar to the glass and mix the contents carefully.

Acacia syrup for strengthening


  • 30 acacia inflorescences
  • 2 liters of water
  • 2 kg of sugar
  • 2 lemons

Boil water in a pot, add sugar, cook, stirring, until the sugar is completely dissolved. Take the pot off the heat. Remove the blooming flowers from the petioles, add them to the cool syrup, add lemon juice through a strainer. Mix well and knead with a wooden spoon so that the flowers are completely immersed in the syrup. Press them with a plate, cover the pot and refrigerate for 2-3 days. Remove the pot daily and stir briefly. Filter the liquid through a sieve lined with folded gauze. In your hands, squeeze the syrup from the flowers. Bring the syrup to a boil, simmer for 3 minutes. Pour boiling into boiled jars with twist-off caps, put the jars upside down. Store in a dark and cool place. Drink acacia syrup diluted with water in a ratio of 1: 6.


Side effects

Swelling of the mucous membranes of the throat and nose, skin rash ( Acacia pollen can cause allergic reactions).Overdosing leads to abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, headache, cramps, drowsiness, tremors in the limbs, and heart weakness. In the event of an overdose, immediately seek medical attention, perform gastric lavage, take medicinal charcoal (activated charcoal) and drink at least one liter of highly carbonated water.


Individual intolerance, which occurs very rarely. 

It is not recommended to use acacia flower preparations internally in children under 10 years of age, in pregnant women, during breastfeeding, during the use of antibiotics, as well as in intestinal diseases and gastritis, with ischemia.

You should not eat large amounts of infusions and decoctions of acacia flowers, nor on an empty stomach.

The whole plant contains glycosides that are poisonous to humans and animals, especially the bark, seeds, twigs and leaves. Flowers contain much smaller amounts of poisonous glycosides. Although the effect of toxic substances decreases under the influence of high temperature, preparations of bark and leaves should be used only under medical supervision.


100% natural, organic, no additives.

Our herbs are certified to not contain allergens and are GMO free, organic. Carefully collected from their wild sites. Free from environmental pollutions.

Packed in a paper pouch with ziplock, heat sealed to preserve the aroma and properties.


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