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Forest honey originates from the highland areas of softwood forests in the Homolj Mountains. This type of honey is known for its darker colour, unique scent and astringent flavour. Forest honey stands out from other types of honey due to its distinct chemical structure, which is rich in mineral matter. It originates from honey–dew. Bees gladly collect it from the leaves and twigs of various hardwood and evergreen trees. Therapeutic qualities: The high mineral level content of forest honey raises the body’s level of haemoglobin, strengthens the heart and increases vascular durability. Due to its therapeutic qualities, this type of honey is recommended for consumption after difficult surgery and by pregnant women during the entire course of their pregnancy. Forest honey also has anti-inflammatory qualities that help urinary tract diseases. Consumption:
It is best to have one coffee spoon (more if necessary) of forest honey every morning before breakfast or to dissolve it in lukewarm water, milk, tea, or better yet, apple vinegar. How to store: Forest honey should be stored at room temperature and away from direct sunlight. Advice: The crystallization of honey is a natural process. To turn crystallized honey into liquid, place the jar of honey into a water-filled receptacle and heat it to no more than 50ºC, so as not to destroy the honey’s therapeutic qualities.