Linden honey

The name of the honey makes it clear that bees extract it from linden nectar in spring. The product’s taste is moderately sweet but may have a slight bitterness. Honey has a thick,
transparent consistency of light yellow color with an unusual aroma and taste. After crystallization, it turns white.

The product is rich in vitamins A, C, E, K, PP, B, carotene, amino acids, and enzymes, thanks to which it is used as an antipyretic, wound-healing, tonic, and laxative.

Also, linden honey is used in cosmetic procedures: wraps and masks. It is added to creams, scrubs, and other cosmetics.

Buckwheat Honey

Buckwheat honey is obtained in August when the buckwheat blooms. The product has a rich dark color. The darker the color, the healthier the honey. The aroma is similar to the smell of old
oak. The large amount of antioxidants in the composition gives honey antibacterial properties that help to cope with many diseases. This type of product contains more iron than other types.
Therefore, buckwheat honey is used to increase hematopoiesis. It reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, cholesterol, and sugar levels.

Herbal Honey

A mixture of meadow grasses, what are the benefits? Herb honey has special characteristics. The color shade varies from golden to deep yellow. More often, it is translucent. The flavor is fragrant and bright. This product type is distinguished by its sweet-sweet taste and high caloric value of up to 300 kcal. Honeydrops are herbs: willow tea, thyme, sunflower, dandelion, St. John’s wort, chicory, mint, clover, etc. Honey is rich in vitamins and trace elements easily digested by the body.

The product is maximally useful for recovery and revitalization. It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and sedative properties. Effective in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, nervous system, and upper respiratory tract and increase immunity. But you should not abuse honey. Adults should be at most 100g of the product per day. Children – more than 30-40 g.

Forest Honey

Bees collect forest honey at the edge of the forest. It is characterized by its abundance of nectar from forest and meadow grasses, dark amber color, and floral and berry aroma. It is collected
only in the fall. Such honey is called “wild.” Honey bees are strawberry, blackberry, cypress, sage, linden, maple, hawthorn, angelica, and others.

The product safely acts on the body as an antibacterial agent, antiseptic, antioxidant, and probiotic. Since ancient times it has been used to treat wounds, burns, and bacterial infections.
The high concentration of beneficial substances makes honey a superfood, which makes it an indispensable source of nutrition for athletes and those on a diet.

Sunflower Honey

Sunflower honey is the most common type, derived from sunflowers and soybeans. Even the color of the product has a golden color as if the sun itself painted it. A distinctive feature is the presence of acidity, despite the base consisting of sugars. The flavor is not cloying, a little tart, and the throat tingles. The fruity aftertaste and floral flavor make honey multifaceted.

The product is rich in iodine, potassium, selenium, zinc, and magnesium, which are responsible for preventing many diseases. Amino acids support the general condition of the body.