Honey contains very strong antibacterial, antiseptic and antifungal properties. Thanks to these features, it heals or protects many diseases. Since honey does not contain bacteria, it has a natural antibiotic feature and is a very powerful antioxidant.
It contains various sugars, especially honey glucose and fructose. The color of honey varies from water white to dark brown. Its flavor and aroma vary according to the origin and bee species. All our honey contain no drug residue, no foreign ingredients. Enzymes are considered as high quality.
Regular consumption of honey is known to have many benefits such as:
With all its features, honey is both very tasty and very nutritious.
Our miracle creatures have been making honey for 20 million years. About 30 thousand bees collect nectar from 20 million flowers for 1 kg of honey. Bees have to travel around the world 6 times to collect 1 kg of honey from the flowers. Bees are engineers who build the symbol hexagons of honey. Bees that transform the nutrients they put in millions of flowers into flavors are miracles of nature. Honey gives us indispensable energy as part of our breakfast. Honey protects us in cold winter days and supports our health ! Hard working bees daily reach millions of flowers and deliver this golden superfood to us.
Honey is a sweet food product produced by the use of nectar in the flowers of plants or living parts of plants, by collecting the sweet substances secreted by some co-winged insects by honey bees, changing their composition in their bodies, storing them in honeycomb eyes and ripening in honeycomb. It contains various sugars, especially glucose and fructose. The color of honey varies from water white to dark brown. Its flavor and aroma vary according to the origin and bee species. All honey with no drug residue, no foreign matter and enzymes are accepted as high quality.
The honey is made by the bees from the nectar in the plant flowers. Geven, thyme, triangular, clover, citrus, linden, shrub, sunflower, cotton, acacia, lavender, shallow, tolerant, licorice, squash, carob, sardine, crazy, purée, sainfoin, mustard, parsley, oleaster, apple, loquat, sesame, ceremonial, hayberry, strawberry, eucalyptus honey and many more flower nectars…
Many options to choose from!