Wildflower honey- honey of a thousand flowers

Wildflower honey- honey of a thousand flowers


Wildflower honey, commonly called honey of a thousand flowers, bees produce from nectars collected from many melliferous plants blooming on fields, in orchards, forests and meadows at the same time. Honey from spring flowers has a bright colour, pleasant aroma and mild taste. Honey from the nectar of summer flowers is much darker and has a more decisive flavour and smell. Thanks to easily digestible simple sugars, it supports the heart muscle. It is helpful in diseases of the liver and gallbladder. People allergic to pollen help to endure and immunize to allergies. Due to the mild taste, wildflower honey is recommended to give children the treatment of influenza, colds, lower respiratory tract diseases, as well as preventive.

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