The most popular, both consumption and production-wise, is the multiflower honey. It is comparatively lowest price comes from the fact that it is widely available, and exhibits the lowest production costs. In order to produce distinct honey types, such as acacia or buckwheat, bee keepers have to collect the honeycombs as soon as each of the particular plants ends its blossoming period. This process is constly as the honey has to be collected on the basis of the blossoming periods of each plants, and regardless of the amount of honey that has been stored in each comb. Very often it is necessary to relocate the whole apiary - moving of both the bee-hives and the bees to the area where the desired plants are currently blossoming. Because of these complications, the bee keeper collects less honey with a higher work input, then he would if he desired to produced multiflower honey. These complications are the reason for higher prices of the particular honey types, in comparison to multiflower honey. The reason for collecting these different honey kinds is not solely due to the taste aspects, but rather due to their specific helath characteristics.

The current law forbids from placing of information related to the health qualities or any suggestions regarding curing characteristics of the product on its label. Non the less, such characteristics of honey have been known for centuries, and applied in apitherapy.

Below are presented our "honey families" of the various honey kinds.

MULTIFLOWER HONEY - colour from light golden to brownish-yellow; mild taste; beeswax aroma. High-calorie and easily digestible; builds-up strength, adds energy and vitality. Most often used for allergies, hay fever, heart diseases and colds.

Comfort jar 500g Comfort jar 1,40kg Twist-off jar 220g Twist-off jar 370g Single-use 25g Twist-off jar 25 g Twist-off jar 900 g Twist-off jar 1kg Dispenser 350 g Twist-off jar 2,25 kg

LINDEN HONEY - with light or golden yellow colour and intensive scent of linden flowers. Has anti-inflammatory, expectorant and soothing effects. Most often used for bronchitis, cough, flu and fever, as well as states of anxiety and sleeplessness

Comfort jar 500g Comfort jar 1,40kg Twist-off jar 220g Twist-off jar 370g Dispenser 250g Dispenser 350g Twist-off jar 600g

BUCKWHEAT HONEY - characteristic dark - tea or brown colour; scent of buckwheat flower; expressive taste. Used for states of nervous exhaustion, atherosclerosis, hypertension and nephritis. Effectively supports ossification after bone fractures.

Comfort jar 500g Comfort jar1,40kg Twist-off jar 220g Twist-off jar 370g Dispenser 350g

ACACIA HONEY - colour from light cream to straw yellow; delicate scent of acacia flower; mild to taste. Recommended for diabetics as well as those with digestive system troubles. Has a favourable effect on kidney and urinary track diseases and also prevents the formation of kidney stones.

Comfort jar 500g Twist-off jar 220g Twist-off jar 370g

FOREST HONEY- Greenish brown colour with a delicate, slightly resinous aroma and a sweet, mild taste. It is characterized by high antibiotic properties and higher contents of inhibine than in other varieties of honey, which enhances its nutritional values. Perfectly supports countering anaemia, tuberculosis and cardiovascular system diseases. In addition, coniferous honeydew is recommended in upper airway infections.

Comfort Jar 500g Twist-off jar 220g Twist-off jar 370g Dispenser 350g

HEATHER HONEY - Reddish-brown colour, most often used to treat pharyngitis, mucositis and stomatitis. Helpful in prostate treatment, too. Increases immunity and prevents the development of infection.

• Twist-off jar 370g

About Honey

Bees do not gather honey with the purpose of benefitting the humans. They do so in order to preserve their species. Honey is one of the elements of their "diet," and once picked by the bees, it is stored in honeycombs as food supply. Bees "produce" honey with the use of a special nectar secreted by glands located in various plants.
These plants can be divided into two categories: nectar producing plants and honeydew plants. While bees pick the nectar directly from the nectar plants once it has been produced, the case of honeydew plants differs, as the bees collect the dew, once it has been processed by aphids and woodworms ... read more



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