Acacia Honey

has a delicate and very sweet flavour. Particularly appreciated for its fluidity, due to the high concentration of fructose (about 60%) and, therefore, recommended for those suffering from mild diabetes. Acacia Honey reinvigorates, balances the stomach’s acidity, helps detoxify the liver and soothes sore throats. It has laxative properties. It is also suitable as a sweetener, thanks to its delicious taste and its high miscibility.

 

Chestnut Honey

is recommended to those who prefer a not too sweet but strong honey flavour. Thanks to its mineral salt content, Chestnut Honey is recommended for all blood circulation problems and it helps prevent thrombosis, thrombophlebitis and varicose veins; it also disinfects the urinary tract. Recommended to those suffering from anaemia, tiredness or poor appetite.

Flower Honey

comes from many different varieties of pollen. Endless mixtures are possible according to the flowering characteristics in the areas where bees are bred. Our Flower Honey is made mainly from the nectar of clover, alfalfa and lime tree. It has a delicate and mild flavour without a particular aftertaste.

 

Honey with Rosemary Flowers

has an aromatic, slightly bitter flavour. Recommended in the event of liver problems. Its stimulating effect makes it suitable for tired or stressed people. It helps the stomach and intestine and fights flatulence, fermentation and colitis.

 

Honey with Jujube Flowers

has an intense amber color, strong scent and a decisive and aromatic taste. Honey of Jujube Flowers is made from the pollen of a plant very common in the Euganean Hills and especially in Arquà Petrarca. The jujube tree originally came from Eastern Asia and produces a fruit similar to a date which has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. Its scientific name is Zizyphus vulgaris.

 

 

Honey of Honeydew

Honeydew is a sugar-rich liquid secreted by insects feeding on plant sap. Bees find honeydew drops on the leaves and branches of parasited plants. Honey of Honeydew is mainly made of oligosaccharides and is rich in mineral salts. It is recommended to those who play a sport and prefer less sweet honey types. It aids digestion and diuresis and relieves the symptoms of bronchitis and cough.

Honey with Propolis

From the 18th century, propolis has been used in natural medicine in several European countries. Propolis is a resinous substance sucked by the bee from the buds of certain plants, such as poplars, birches, willow trees, pines, firs, oaks, elms and alders. Propolis has anti-bacterial, anaesthetic, cicatrizing and anti-inflammatory properties. Healthy people can use propolis to increase the body’s natural defences. It is made of 50% resins and balms, 25% wax, 10% essential oils, 5% pollen, 5% different minerals, and 5% vitamins of B group. It protects the blood vessels, enhances the activity of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), and decreases inflammations.

 

Honey of Lime Tree

has a very persistent and intense flavour of lime flowers and has analgesic effects on menstrual pains. Its antipyretic and sudorific properties give relief in case of cough and flu. It is suitable for expectorant infusions. The use of Honey of Lime Tree in evening infusions is highly recommended to those suffering from insomnia.