Harvest year: 2021
Geography of honey extraction: Kashubia, Poland
processing: hand made
Single honey: it is honey from one beehive – an apiary, it is not a mixture of honeys
Calorific value: in 100g of honey, you will find 304 kcal. In 1 tablespoon, about 20 g of honey, you will find about 61 kcal
Series: flowerbee™ honeys from the Classic series are honeys obtained in the areas adjacent to the Baltic Sea, where natural amber occurs. Get the details
Description: Multiflorous honey, commonly known as the honey of a thousand flowers, bees produce from nectars collected from many honey plants that bloom in fields, orchards, forests and meadows at the same time. Thanks to easily digestible simple sugars, it supports the heart muscle. Helpful in diseases of the liver and gall bladder. It helps people allergic to pollen to endure and become resistant to allergies. Due to its mild taste, multiflorous honey is recommended to be consumed in the treatment of flu, colds and lower respiratory tract diseases.
Contains naturally present propolis and bee pollen.
Minerals and vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B8, B12, C, A, PP, E, D, K, H, macronutrients: sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus, as well as micronutrients: manganese, iron, nickel, copper, zinc, cobalt.
Health effect: recommended for the purposes of natural pro-health prophylaxis. Multiflower honey is characterized by a high content of silicon, an element that is necessary for the proper functioning of the circulatory system, renewal of the skin, hair and bones.
Storage: it is best to store the barrel in its own packaging – a tube, it provides adequate darkening and protects against rapid temperature changes (thermos effect). Optimum home storage temperature up to + 18℃ (64F) (the lower the better). The optimal temperature is around 9-12℃ (48-54F). See also collecting and long-term storage.
Ecology: our honeys are obtained in ecologically clean areas, away from industry and human centers. This is our priority!
The packaging materials we use are 100% recyclable and made of secondary raw materials. We mainly use: glass, steel, paper, wood. We do not use plastic.
Quality: each apiary is audited by us in terms of processing quality and ecology.
Each batch of honey is tested by an independent laboratory of the Institute of Horticulture, Apiculture Department in Pulawy, Poland. Each batch of honey is examined by a local veterinarian.