Honey Varieties Thyme honey
Thyme honey constitutes 10% of the total honey production in our country. It is produced mainly in the Greek islands where thyme thrives and the conditions favor the optimal performance of its characteristics and the excellent development. Beesart transports its bees to isolated locations in Galaxidi, Grammatiko, while this year a part of our bee swarm will travel to the island of Kea. There, away from humans and environmental pollution, hardworking bees collect fine thyme honey.
The preference shown by consumers for thyme honey is due to its strong organoleptic characteristics. Its color is amber and bright, which makes it very attractive to consumers.
Its taste is sweet and pleasant with a high concentration of fructose, while its aroma is strong and stands out immediately. Thyme honey, although flower honey, is quite resistant to sugaring and crystallizes within 6 to 18 months.
It is considered one of the most valuable honeys due to its tonic and antiseptic properties. It is important in the treatment of digestive, gastrointestinal and respiratory problems, while it also has antifungal, antimicrobial and antiseptic action. Greek thyme honey is rich in carbohydrates which we will find mainly in the form of glucose and fructose while at the same time it has a high percentage of pollen grains which contributes significantly to its establishment as a superfood.
Its nutritional value is high as it contains a large percentage of minerals and trace elements such as copper, magnesium, calcium, silicon, zinc, manganese, iron and boron. In addition, it contains valuable antioxidants, mainly flavonoids, which contribute to the protection of our body and our cells from free radicals.
Beesart thyme honey combines in the most ideal way the superior taste with unquestionable healing properties. Relieves sore throat from pain while also acting as an inhibitor for runny nose and runny nose.
Soothes the symptoms of flu and cough and can have a therapeutic effect on problems in the intestine and stomach. It is known since antiquity for its antiseptic action and was often used for washing wounds. In addition, it is an excellent choice for anyone suffering from anxiety or mental fatigue as it stimulates the nervous system and gives clarity to the spirit.
There are many who consider thyme honey the top delicious honey offered by Greek nature. And the truth is, who can wrong them? Golden amber color, summer aromas and unsurpassed taste complete the delicious palette of thyme honey. This humble plant, which grows in the driest places with minimal requirements, gives one of the most famous honeys in Greece.
The properties of thyme honey make it an ideal choice for every category of consumer. Especially athletes, children and those who engage in intense mental activity, such as students, should include it in their daily diet. Beesart, having a strong awareness of the high nutritional value of thyme honey, has managed to produce one of the most delicious honeys on the market at a reasonable price.