Bee Honey

Acacia honey

Acacia (white-acacia) honey is one of the best varieties. In the liquid form it is transparent, crystallization (sugariness) becomes white, fine-grained, resembling snow. Acacia honey contains 35.98% of glucose and 40.35% of levulose (fructose) –

Stone honey

Stone honey is rare and unique. Collect his wild bees, laying in the clefts of stone cliffs. This honey is pale yellow, with a pleasant aroma and taste. Cells with honey contain little wax and

Honey food product

The value of honey as a food and medicinal product. Honey is known as a food product for a very long time. Excellent taste qualities of honey are perfectly combined with its high nutritional content

Honey storage

High nutritional and medicinal properties of honey are well preserved for decades in certain conditions. Honey is very hygroscopic, so when stored in a moist place absorbs moisture and sour. Open dishes with honey should

The composition and calorific value of honey

Observations showed that athletes who consume a lot of sugar are significantly more enduring. However, sugar (beet, cane) and glucose are absorbed by our body in different ways. While glucose without any transformations comes from

Shanrow honey

Shantrovy honey belongs to light honey and has an exceptionally pleasant aroma and high taste qualities. Bees extract this honey from nectar of gray-white flowers of a branchy perennial plant of shandra white, or horse

Chingil honey

Chingil honey is light, with a yellowish tint, crystallizes quite rapidly. The bees make it from the nectar of large pink flowers of the prickly shrub of cingil, which grows in Kazakhstan. From a hectare

Pasteurized honey

Pasteurized honey refers to light honey with good taste qualities. Bees make it from the nectar of large yellow flowers of a two-year-old parsnip plant growing wild in the Volga region.

Honey for people with diabetes mellitus

Back in 1915 the Moscow doctor A. Ya. Davydov described his observations concerning the successful use of honey bees in the treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus. When treating 8 patients with diabetes with honey,

Snakehead Honey

Snakehead honey is collected from the blue-violet flowers of the one-year-old essential oil plant of the snakehead, or the queen cell, which grows wildly in the Caucasus, Altai, Ukraine, etc. This honey is light, transparent,