Bear honey (Forest honey - blend of multi-knot, chestnut & oak)
Bear honey is a mixture of our extremely invigorating honeys.
The honey produced by multi-knot, is the richest in enzymes Greek honey. Its aroma is intense, or its taste is sweet and fruity and its color is very dark, almost black. The fact that the honey from the polycomb is so much rich in enzymes, makes it great for the stomach. It is also very rich in folic acid.
Oak honey is not very sweet but is rich in antioxidant properties and contains large amounts of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and sodium which are very important for our body. He's got rich and rich taste, without being too sweet due to the low sugar concentration. Along with chestnut, it is considered one of the most nutritious honeys with an increased number of trace elements (potassium, magnesium, etc.) and the richest in iron, which is why Oak honey has a high nutritional value and has been characterized as the most antioxidant honey. in GREECE.
Chestnut honey has a strong nutritional value as it is rich in trace elements and amino acids. Chestnut honey is probably the richest in trace elements such as potassium, magnesium, manganese, barium as well as fructose and tannin due to the chestnut tree. In addition, chestnut honey has special high content metal elements. A comparative study carried out on pure Greek honey found that the total content of brown honey in seven minerals (K, Na, Ca, Mg, Mn, Zn, Fe, Cu) is double from that of thyme honey and cotton honey. The highest concentrations were mainly for potassium, calcium and magnesium. This is one of its main advantages since the strong presence of pollen increases it nutritional value. Finally, chestnut honey organoleptically overshadows other honeys, because it contains a high percentage of fructose and a low percentage of glucose. Recommended for seniors and babies, for those who exercise. In men and women who have a problem with the sensitive area and in people with sugar problems.
So these three miraculous goods of nature come together and create it forest honey - the so-called Bear Bee, a blend of chestnut, oak and multi-knot.