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.