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Bio Raw Wildflower Honey

Bio raw wildflower honey from organic production. In Medex, we are uncompromisingly following all standards to be able to deliver pure honey of proven quality.

Brand name: Medex
Intended use: Food
Product shape: honey
Product packaging: 450 g jar
The product can be bought only in physical stores.

What makes Bio honey so special is a carefully chosen pasture for bees. The beekeepers carefully choose the location for their bee houses to ensure unpolluted pasture, where no toxic substances, highways or other roads can be found, and no factories or other polluters are within the bees’ reach. Beehives and beehouses are located in areas that provide pasture containing wild plants or in areas of organic harvesting, where bees can find enough food resources and pure drinking water. To produce organic honey, beekeepers have to use organic honeycomb plates. They must feed the bees properly during winter time, and can only use ecologically acceptable pesticides for pest control.

Bio raw wildflower honey from Medex is certified organic, proving a proper production, processing, packaging, storing, and transport of organic products according to the regulations for organic agriculture.

You can eat Bio raw wildflower honey on its own with a spoon, or spread it onto bread, add it to pastries, yogurt, ricotta, flakes or fruit. It also tastes great with light meat dishes, in salads and in different drinks. When preparing drinks, be careful not to put honey in liquids that are very hot, since its most important substances lose their healing properties at high temperatures.

Natural honey slowly crystallises, but heating it up to 40 °C liquifies it again and keeps all its natural properties and substances.

Store in a dark place with temperature below 25 °C.

Organic raw wildflower honey.

Honey is a natural sweet gift, given to us by bees that make it from flower nectar (floral honey) or from insect secretions that remain on trees as sticky liquid (honeydew honey). Floral honey types are wildflower honey, acacia honey, chestnut honey, lime honey, and canola honey; honeydew honey types are forest honey, fir honey, maple honey, oak honey, and spruce honey. Bees process nectar or honeydew, enrich it with their gland secretions, and store it in the beehive to ripen. Honey is the source of solar energy and life fuel in the beehive. It contains valuable nutrients, and is a rich nourishment and cosmetic substance.