It arises from the nectar collected by bees from linden trees, it has a light amber color in a liquid state, up to a solid state gold. It has a characteristic scent of linden flowers and a slightly spicy taste.
- upper lower respiratory tract
- heart and circulatory system
- nervous system, stress
It is one of the first honeys that bees produce after the winter. Due to its high glucose content it crystallizes very quickly. Its color is then light yellow, cream-colored, the smell is weak and the taste is sweet. Thanks to the creaming process, it is ideal for spreading bread.
- liver and bile ducts
- heart and coronary vessels
- airway inflammation
Produced from honeydew collected by bees, i.e. a sweet secretion of aphids or other insects that feed on plant juices. Its color is dark, from gray-green to almost black. It has a resinous aroma and a mild flavor. This honey is rich in resins, essential oils and macroelements.
- lower respiratory tract
- digestive tract, constipation, diarrhea
- heart and vascular diseases, neuroses
It is considered the most popular variety of honey. Bees make it from nectarvarious plant species. It adopts a color from slightly golden to dark brown. Due to the mild and sweet taste, multi-flower honey is especially recommended for children.
- allergic airways
- physical and psychological exhaustion
- heart and blood vessels