Honey is an aromatic, viscous, sweet material derived from the nectar of plants and the tree mounds that bees collect and alter it to feed them to a denser liquid and eventually store it in their honeycombs.

Honey can contain many substances from 14 different classes of ingredients: sugars, organic acids, water, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements, enzymes, flavonoids, furan derivatives, volatile aromatics, alkaloids, colloids, polarococci.

Honey from antiquity to the 18th century was the only confectionery for man. The view that it has a beneficial effect in general on human health was and is widespread throughout the world. It is used as a tonic because of the glucose it contains, which is readily assimilable by our body. It has a beneficial effect on our heart, liver and digestive system. Also, due to the presence of hydrogen peroxide (oxygenase) and high sugar concentration, it has good antibacterial activity

Honey tends to crystallize. At first crystals are formed at the bottom and the walls of the container. New crystals are added, which generally give an unpleasant image to honey. Crystallization also makes it awkward. Crystallized honey does not lose its properties. However, crystallisation results in an uneven distribution of moisture, resulting in uncrystallised honey having more moisture (over 20-21%) and leading to fermentation.

All kinds of honey are good. Each kind has nutritious ingredients that are essential for our health at a different content. A combination of consumption of different kind of honey offers a variety of nutrients.

Honey is one and is only organic. It is produced by bees without any treatment and without the use of any kind of formulations to treat enemies and illnesses.

In our opinion you can be sure of the honey you eat only if the product has been tested by chemical analyzes from a certified laboratory in that particular lot tested.

Honey is only one of its conservatives and very old honey has been found. However, as each food is obliged by the law to have an expiration date.

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