Oak Honey – Katsadonis
Honey produced by honey-dew secretions of insects. The dark black color, the medium liquidity and robust finish, suck juices from the oak’s tree.
Oak honey shows slow crystallization, high electrical conductivity, acidity and powerful antioxidants.
Net weight: 500g
Oak honey is one of the few categories of honey-dew produced in Greece.
At the beginning of summer, the hives are transferred to oak forest Folois to collect this particular honey. The leaves and fruit of the oak are attacked by insects.
It is an evergreen tree that grows in the Mediterranean countries and some similar climatic zones around the world.
Oak honey is characterized as honey of very high nutritional value. It is rich in antioxidants and minerals. Contains large quantities of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and sodium.
The enzymes support the metabolism and vital organ function. It is beneficial for the digestive system.
Black honey is very effective and useful tonic for diabetics and very rich in minerals.
The high potassium content in it keeps the heart functioning naturally, reduces blood pressure and prevents angina.
Oak honey is very useful for pregnant women, especially in the first six months because it contains calcium and iron.