Category: Types of honey

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Meadowfoam honey

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Meadowfoam honey is often called after the place of collection: forest, prairie, meadow, mountain. Meadow, or the so-called modular hone is made from the nectar of various meadow flowers (dandelion, broom, thyme, clover, alfalfa, etc.). Meadow honey is golden-yellow, sometimes yellow-brown …

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Basswood honey

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The birthplace of the American black linden Tilia – basswood is the eastern part of North America (North East U.S., Canada). Basswood spreads from New Brunswick in America to southern Manitoba in Canada, and to the south – to North Carolina, Kentucky and …

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Honey for healing – apitherapy

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Apitherapy (from Lat. apis – bee) – is the general name of methods of treatment of various human diseases with the use of live bees and bee products. The main products used in apitherapy for healing are honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, …

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Borage honey

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Borage is annual, stiff plant, its height is 60-100 cm (40”), root is rod. The stem is erect or ascending, thick, ribbed, hollow, branched above. Basal and lower stem leaves are elliptical or oval, obtuse on top, narrowed in a short stalk to …

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Buckwheat honey – benefits

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Even from the ancient times humanity knew about the healing properties of honey and the beekeepers were considered real magicians. Honey was added to the variety of dishes and drinks, healing potions, and was used to keep food fresh longer.

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Linden honey

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Flower honey – is a product derived from the nectar of flowers of plants and trees, which is collected and processed in the body of worker bees. Processed nectar is placed in the wax cells. Here it has final fermentation …

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Сactus honey

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Arizona cactus and bees. Honey from cactus Sonora Desert Museum is located in the U.S., Arizona.  It can be reached from the capital of Arizona, Tucson for half an hour. This museum contains not only a museum, but also a botanical …

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Israeli honey

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“Your lips are as honey, bride, honey-milk under the tongue, smell of dresses – bloom of Lebanon” (Song of Songs) Honey – a magical gift of nature, created by plants and bees. This is a unique product, containing more than a hundred …

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Honey loquat

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Loquat belongs to the genus Eriobotrya, there are about 20 species of these evergreen trees and shrubs common in Japan and China. Its botanical name – Eriobotrya japonica.  One of species – Mespilus germanica is a deciduous fruit tree. Tender, tasty and …

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Rare honey

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  Rare species of honey – wild-hive honey Beekeeping  is well documented from the beginning of X century.Thanks to documents we can learn the technique of beekeeping and its economic importance in the national economy. Virgin steppes, abundant meadows, impenetrable …

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