Raw Lamiaceae Honey


Lamiaceae, mostly Rosmarinus officinalis + Thymus s.p. This particular case is the natural blend of these particular flowers that is rarely produced. It is multi-floral honey. That means it is made up of thousands of different flowers of different flower species). The harvest dates vary according to the year, not being possible to harvest it every year.

Organoleptic characteristics

  • Color: Light, dark, varies depending on the amount of rosemary/thyme it contains
  • Smell: Floral, faint
  • Flavor: Mild, acidic notes

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Raw Lamiaceae honey has many benefits.

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1. Natural antibiotic

Bees produce an enzyme: glucose oxidase. This substance applied to a wound releases hydrogen peroxide (hydrogen peroxide), allowing the disinfection and healing of scratches and cuts. It is one of the most prominent flower honey benefits.

2. It strengthens memory skills.

One of the star compounds of raw lamiaceae honey is lithium. Lithium is an essential alkali metal for our brain to be able to perform its functions correctly. So consuming raw lamiaceae honey can help you combat emotional crises. It has also been shown to be effective in combating the first symptoms of senility, as well as in improving the memory functions of our brain.

3. Source of minerals.

Raw Lamiaceae honey is rich in minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, selenium, calcium, and iron.

4. Natural healing.
The tannins present in raw Lamiaceae honey make it a wonderful cream for treating wounds, actively promoting their healing.

5. It is antiseptic

It gives excellent results if you apply it as a cream to treat burns, stings, or cuts.

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