Raw Linden / Lime Honey 1.25kg

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Proudly harvested using hive and bee respectful traditional methods in the fields and forests of Warmia - The Green Lungs of Poland - one of the ecologically purest areas in Europe!

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Raw Linden Honey

Proudly harvested using hive and bee respectful traditional methods in the fields and forests of Warmia - The Green Lungs of Poland - one of the ecologically purest areas in Europe!

Wellnesstore.uk Raw Linden Honey is unheat, unfiltered, unprocessed unblended and in the same condition as it was in the hive.
 


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The taste of Raw Linden Honey is arguably the sweetest of all variations of honey, with hints of mint and wood (trust us, that's more appetising than it sounds on paper), and the scent will have a touch of camphor. Linden honey should be of a nice sunny yellow colour, until it begins to crystallise, at which point it takes on the more traditional shade of pale to deep yellow (this takes from 1 to approximately 9 months, depending on a multitude of factors, such as ratio of glucose-v-fructose, maturity at harvest, natural water content, exact pollen composition, etc).

You should find yourself naturally energised when you consume a spoonful of Linden Honey daily, as its gets to work on your body and brain, acting as a probiotic to wake up and assist the good bacteria in your body.

Nectar to Honey

A colony of honeybees collecting nectar can gather up to 290 pounds of nectar per acre, according to "Insect Pollination of Cultivated Crop Plants," by S.E. McGregor. After forager bees collect the nectar, which is mostly water with a small amount of sucrose, they transfer it to hive bees for processing. Hive bees biochemically transform the nectar into honey by regurgitating it multiple times, a process that reduces the water content. Simultaneously, invertase, a salivary enzyme, breaks down the sucrose in the nectar — essentially predigesting it — into its component simple sugars, glucose and fructose.
 




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