Research by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki proves the beneficial action of Greek honey in the human organism. 48 different samples of honey were collected from all over Greece and from all the flowers, and no one expected their composition hiding so many properties better even from the many popular honey from abroad such as manuka!
The research involved honey, oak, pine, fir, chestnut, orange, thyme and everything was unique, according to Professor Chrysoula Tanakaki, they had a tremendous antioxidant effect and could with incredible effectiveness fight off the free radicals and the degeneration of the cells they cause cancer.
So rare finds about Greek honey! These antioxidant properties also enabled the organization to “overload” it with defensive mechanisms for all diseases.
Glucose and fructose in honey are in their simplest form. So digestible for the body that can make a real miracle. There is no connection with sugar that destroys organs and their proper functioning. Honey, when it enters the body, is recognized as a “biological product,” and the glucose absorbed in the blood is made in moderation (takes whatever the body needs) and not uncontrollable as it does with sugar.
These are very important discoveries that remind us once again of the invaluable value of Greek honey and that it must be consumed twice every day.
Honey is one of the few products today that has not been influenced by human evolution, industrial activity, pesticides, etc. The bee has its way of collecting only pure flowers, and producing “treasure” anywhere is located.
In the research done by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, another awesome discovery was made. They took a sample of manuka honey (the honey from abroad that was advertised worldwide as the best for its pharmaceutical properties) and compared its composition with ours. The result was unexpected. The well-known manuka honey did not have such antioxidant action as Greek honey. In particular, the research showed that honey with the most antioxidant action was honey oak and followed by fir, heather, chestnut, pine, thyme and orange.
Concluding, Greece has a treasure in its hands. Honey that is not produced anywhere else in the world. And if something has to be done in the future this is to show off our wealth and to make a promotion that will reach every corner of the globe. Getting Greece to the top. Why it deserves it!