A strongly aromatic chestnut and oak honey from the dense forests of the central Rhodopes, rich in trace elements, with a strong antioxidant effect four times that of other countries.
It is produced from the nectar and honey secretions of the chestnut tree, which is considered a good beekeeping plant and quite widespread in the mountains of Greece.
The taste of chestnut honey is intense and slightly bitter.
It crystallizes slowly after 1-2 years.
The sugars in honey are simple and are absorbed immediately, which is why honey is a quick source of energy for the body, for athletes, children, pregnant women, the sick, and any suffering body. Honey has trace elements necessary for metabolism and nutrition, components of the skeleton and cells, which participate in various enzyme systems and regulate the acidity of the stomach. The vitamins in honey help absorb sugars.
It has antiseptic properties (helps to heal, clean, and disinfect wounds), is tonic, increases heart rate, reduces stomach ulcer problems, and helps recovery in cases of anemia due to the iron it contains. Due to the choline contained in honey, it helps with constipation and its antimicrobial action prevents the growth of bacteria and other pathogenic organisms.