HONEY

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Nature's Gift

The value of honey is invaluable since ancient times. It was the only natural sweetener and at the same time the first human medicine with incredible healing properties.

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Honey is a natural source of energy for every organism, especially for athletes, children, pregnant women, sick people, and generally for any harassed organism. The natural sugars of honey, the most important of which are glucose and fructose, are immediately absorbed by the human body.

Honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action. It is rich in trace elements, iron, vitamins, antioxidants and many other nutrients.
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Honey is the natural organic product of nature and a complete nutrition system. Honey, as a basic ingredient of a balanced diet and daily consumption, is the precious ally of the human body, with tremendous salutary benefits to every person's organism.


Voria chora – premium honey series consists of 3 flavors
Lavender cream honey:

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It is considered to be one of the most exquisite and tasteful honey varieties and this is why it is one of the finest gastronomic products. It contains high levels of sugar and has a short crystallization time. Lavender honey has a high Tyrosine content, one of the 22 protein amino acids that helps the nervous system. It also has antifungal and antimicrobial action. Lavender honey has proven to be a particularly rich source of flavonoid naringenin and luteolin, both of which have been shown to exert powerful antioxidant effects.
Voria Chora Lavender cream honey is a lavender honey with more than 70% lavender concentration. Its creamy texture is achieved by the natural process of microcrystallization in order to leave a velvety feel to the mouth.

We recommend it for a different, "blossom" spoonful of honey with a flowery aftertaste that will amaze you.

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Lavender cream honey is available in a 280 grams gift package, in a square jar framed by paper packaging illustrating the contour lines of the wider area of 12stremmata, as well as in a package of 400 grams in a cylinder glass jar.

Flower honey: 

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Flower honey flavors contain a variety of nectar flows from herbs on our organic farm as well as flowers of the wider region during the summer season.

The pulverized herbs they contain are also known for their healing properties.
 
Echinacea: (Echinacea purpurea) It belongs to the Asteraceae family. The plant components include alkams, caffeic acid derivatives, oleosaccharides, glycoproteins, polyacetylenes, polyenes, flavonoids and terpenoids.
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It has been suggested that alkamides, caffeic acid derivatives, glycoproteins and polysaccharides are the cause of the immunostimulatory properties of echinacea.
Echinacin, a glycoside that boosts the immune system's function, helps reduce symptoms of influenza and cold, is the basic essence of echinacea.

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Flower honey: 

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Flower honey flavors contain a variety of nectar flows from herbs on our organic farm as well as flowers of the wider region during the summer season.

The pulverized herbs they contain are also known for their healing properties.

Sage: (Salvia officinalis) The name comes from the Latin verb salvare meaning "save" or "cure". The Arabs believed it could cure everything. The Latins considered it the sacred plant of immortality and used it in rituals. The French call it "Greek Tea" and use it - like other Europeans - in cooking as well as for its healing properties. The Chinese call it a "Greek kettle" and they consider it to be better than tea. It is a herb gifted with many therapeutic essences and properties, particularly useful in medicine, such as antibacterial, antiseptic, cardiotonic, spasmolytic and antidiabetic. Extremely stimulating, it fights fatigue. It is recommended against skin diseases and oral infections. Anti-hypotension.

Unsuitable for infants under 12 months


Our tree honey series consists of:

Forest honey: 

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A delicious honey collected at an altitude of 800 meters during the summer period from a variety of trees, such as wild chestnuts, beech trees, oaks, pines, acacias and a huge variety of rare plants and wild herbs such as mint, oregano, tea, thyme, clover and others, composing an excellent collecting enviroment, offering this exceptional honey to us.
Forest honey is always dark, almost black, in a fluid state. Once crystallized, it gets brown sades. It has many properties making it one of the most valuable allies of our health. Rich in minerals and trace elements such as porassium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus and sodium, it stimulates our body. In addition, it contains vitamins and antioxidants that act protectively and have a soothing and healing effect on sore throats, stomach upsets and common flu. 
Forest honey is characterized as a honey of great nutritional value as it contains enzymes that enhance the metabolism and boosts the function of vital organs. It is one of the richest honeys in antioxidant properties.

Unsuitable for infants under 12 months




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Arbutus honey: 

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Arbutus honey is rich in trace elements and vitamins. It has the lowest glucose percentage compared to other honeys and thus contains fewer calories. Due to the low percentage of glucose and fructose it is recommended in cases of dier as well as type B diabetics. 
The substance Arbutin of the honey, regulates cholesterol and cleanses the blood. It also contains the substance Tyrannose which increases the life period of body cells and the enzyme Diastasis or Amylase, which breaks down the starch.
In general, arbtus honey is an excellent natural product, since its comsumption forms a shield of protection for the human body as it contains natural antibiotics in a higher percentage compared to other honeys.

Unsuitable for infants under 12 months


Pine honey: 

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Pine honey comes from the honeydew of the insent Marchalina hellenica or otherwise the worker of the pine. 
It has a special and characteristic colour which depends on the period of its production. Its colour is in shades from dark yellow to light brown. Pine honey produced in the spring has a lighter colour and greater clarity than that produced in the fall. As a honey, it is not very sweet, due to its low glucose content, while its aroma is spicy and unusual, reminiscent of iodine. It crystallizes slowly, due to is low glucose content, and pure pine honey can remain fluid for a long time. exceeding one and a half years.
The nutritional value of pine honey is very high thanks to the large number of minerals and trace elements it contains. Magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron and copper are some of the minerals and trace elements in its composition. It also contains carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, vitamins and enzymes which make it an ideal food for athletes, children and people with intense physical and mental activity. Its low sugar and glucose content allows it to be consumed by all age groups.
Pine honey has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects while also helping to treat coughs, sore throats and gout. In addition, it has tonic properties, increases heart rate and reduces the problems associated with ulcers, while it also has antimicrobial properties.

Unsuitable for infants under 12 months




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