Arbutus Honey – Katsadonis (500g)

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Arbutus honey

The flowering of Koumaria begins in November. The color is dark brown and the taste is bitter. It is recommended in cases of diet as well as in type B diabetics. It is rich in trace elements and vitamins and is one of the best options for toning the body. The natural antibiotics have the effect of making it a shield of protection for the body from various diseases. It crystallizes relatively quickly and acquires a buttery texture, which is characteristic of natural organic honey.

Net weight: 500g

Description

Description

Arbutus honey

Greek nature is rich in trees, flowers and plants. In addition to their beauty, all of these offer humans a host of important beneficial properties. One of the most beautiful plants of the Greek land is the arbutus and one of the most nutritious types of honey is its honey.

The arborvitae is a Mediterranean plant, quite common in all Mediterranean countries. It is an evergreen shrub up to three meters high. In Greece it grows in the zone of evergreen-broadleaves that extends up to 1,000 meters altitude.

Benefits:

Arbutus honey is rich in vitamins and minerals. It is a diuretic and is used as an antiseptic of the urinary system. It has a positive effect on the circulatory system, kidneys and heart.
Helps cleanse the blood and regulate cholesterol levels. Compared to other types of honey, arbutus honey has the lowest glucose content. Thus, it contains fewer calories. Its low percentage of glucose and fructose makes it ideal for those who are on a diet but also for type B diabetics. Due to the natural antibiotics it contains in a higher percentage than other types of honey, arbutus honey creates a protective shield for the human body. In addition, it is stimulant and gives energy.

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Additional information

Weight 700 g

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