THE WEALTH OF MULTIFLOROUS HONEY
Multi-flower honey is a large group of honeys, which is one of the most popular and widely used bee products. They differ in taste, color and health values. These properties depend on the flowers, shrubs and trees. You can name the multiflorous spring honeys characterized by the light colors and the delicate honeymoon (with linden nectar) and later honeys (with buckwheat or sunflower). Multi-flower honey is called the “thousand flowers” honey, because it is made of various plants, both cultivated and wild.
THE CONTENT OF MULTIFLOWER HONEY
The most numerous group of compounds found in multifloral honey are carbohydrates (especially glucose and fructose). In terms of chemical composition, they are very diverse. There are also organic acids, as well as gluconic acid, apple and lemon acids. A particularly large content of spring flowers. However, honeys from full summer and autumn are richer in enzymes, bioelements and compounds with antimicrobial activity. A common admixture of multiflower is a small amount of wax, pollen and even fall from conifers, which gives them a specific taste and smell. In addition, it can also contain vitamins and minerals. It has a high silicon content, that is, the element that is necessary for the proper functioning of the circulatory system, skin, hair and bone renewal. Multi-flower honey, however, has a low antibiotic activity. Continue reading “MULTIFLOROUS HONEY”