Meli Daskalaki | Honey of Flowers & Herbs

For the ancient Greeks honey was the food of the gods, for the Egyptians it was a precious medicine. Coming to the present day, scientific researches constantly confirm the healing properties that have been attributed to it.

Honey comes from the nectar collected by bees from the calyxes of various flowers or from the secretions of honey-bearing trees or insects. Under the influence of gastric juices and enzymes, as well as various processes of the insect, it is completely denatured and finally turns into this precious product, honey.

  It is a source of energy

supplying the body with carbohydrates mainly in the form of glucose, fructose and sucrose. It also contains minerals and trace elements such as calcium, potassium and copper as well as enzymes that help the body function properly.

The basic characteristics of honey:
  It provides energy
 It is rich in nutrients
 It has natural aromatic and antioxidant substances
and many more. That's why you should include honey in your daily routine.