Flower honey-Helmos-480gr

Flower honey-Helmos-480gr

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Flower honey

Flower honey is produced by the Soukas family on the slopes of Helmos. Flower honey is produced from the nectar of flowers and contains pollen from many plants in varying proportions. According to the nectar that the bee carries in the hive, varies honey's physicochemical and therapeutic properties, as well as its colour.

Taste: Mild sweet, multi-layered flavour due to the variety of flowers.

Nutritional Value: It helps the digestion function, gives energy and endurance, regulates intestinal function, enhances the function of the liver, helps the children to develop properly.

Crystallization: Because of its natural sugar content it crystallizes in quite a small amount of time.


Main features

Brand:
Helmos

Specifications

Packaging:
Glass jar

Dimensions

Gross Weight:
665gr
Net Weight:
480gr

The Helmos Beekeeping

Soukas family produces honey for more than half a century.

Grandpa Nikolaos placed the first beehive at his beloved mountain, Helmos.

He conveyed the same love to his son George, founder of "HELMOS BEEKEEPING" in Ano Lousos, Kalavrita.

The third generation continues the family’s tradition and produces 15 varieties of honey, Bio pollen, royal jelly, honey products, sesame bars and healing beeswax cream.



The importance of honey over the years

As it is said that honey never spoils and is immortal, it was the food of gods in antiquity. According to mythology, the Bee was the nurturer of the god Zeus, father of the gods, and honey was the food of the Olympian gods.

In Homer's Odyssey, honey is also called "melikraton"(meli-=honey), i.e. a mixture of honey and milk, which they drank as a fine drink.

Moreover, it is stated that honey came to Greece from Ancient Egypt. In fact, in the well-known city of Minoan civilization in Crete, called Phaistos, it is said that ceramic beehives from 3400 BC were found, while in Knossos, gold jewellery depicting two bees holding a honeycomb.

In Sparta, it is said that, while teenagers were trained as soldiers, they were transported to the mountains for a month, being fed exclusively with honey (honeymoon).

Systematic beekeeping is reported to have been applied in Greece since the 15th century AC.

Even today, honey is considered a nutritional treasure and is known, in addition to its full flavour, for its antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is said that honey enhances memory, is one of the best natural antitussives, helps treat dry skin, helps you sleep better, and in general, that the combination of all of its nutrients, contributes positively to the human body.