Divinity Organics Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus) -Collected from a wide array of flowers, the multiflora honey can be a mixed bag of rich flavours while offering multiple health benefits. This amber-coloured liquid is rather exotic since the taste of multiflora honey can be a little bit of a rollercoaster ride- a burst of new flavour in your mouth with each spoon.
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Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)
Divinity Organics  Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus) -Collected from a wide array of flowers, the multiflora honey can be a mixed bag of rich flavours while offering multiple health benefits. This amber-coloured liquid is rather exotic since the taste of multiflora honey can be a little bit of a rollercoaster ride- a burst of new flavour in your mouth with each spoon.
Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)
Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)
Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)

Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)

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Divinity Organics Multi-floral honey (Eucalyptus)

Multi-floral honey is a delicious and nutritious natural sweetener that is harvested from a Eucalyptus and other variety of flowers. This type of honey is known for its unique taste and aroma, which varies depending on the types of flowers used in the nectar collection. Multi-floral honey is packed with antioxidants and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a healthy addition to your diet. Whether you're using it as a sweetener for your tea or drizzling it over your breakfast, multi-floral honey is a versatile and tasty alternative to processed sugars. Learn more about the benefits of multi-floral honey

Nutritional Facts

The nutritional value of multifloral honey can vary depending on the types of flowers the bees gathered nectar from and the region where the honey was produced. However, in general, here are some of the common nutritional values of multifloral honey:

Carbohydrates: Multifloral honey is primarily made up of carbohydrates, including glucose and fructose. These sugars provide energy to the body.

Vitamins and minerals: Multifloral honey contains small amounts of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, calcium, and iron.

Antioxidants: Honey contains antioxidants, including flavonoids and phenolic acids, which can help protect the body against free radical damage.

Antibacterial properties: Honey has been shown to have antibacterial properties and may be effective against a variety of bacteria.

Anti-inflammatory properties: Some studies have suggested that honey may have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce inflammation in the body.

Calories: Like all types of honey, multifloral honey is a source of calories. One tablespoon of honey contains approximately 64 calories.

Benefits

Benefits: This honey offers relief from cold and cough. Its antioxidant properties protect from skin infections and prolonged use of this over time might keep heart diseases away.
Other benefits: Multiflora honey regulates the metabolism of your body and keeps you fit and healthy. It also aids weight loss and clears your skin, making you look brighter and healthier. This honey is a potent prebiotic, keeping gastronomical problems at bay.

Allergen

Mono floral raw honey is a type of honey that is produced by bees that primarily gather nectar from a single type of flower. The specific allergens in mono floral raw honey can vary depending on the type of flower that the bees gathered nectar from. However, in general, here are some of the common allergens that can be found in mono floral raw honey:

Pollen: Honey can contain small amounts of pollen, which can be a source of allergens for some people. In mono floral honey, the pollen is predominantly from the flower the bees gathered nectar from.

Bee venom: In some cases, honey can contain small amounts of bee venom. This can be a concern for people who are allergic to bee stings.

Other plant proteins: Honey can contain small amounts of other plant proteins, which can also be a source of allergens for some people.

It's important to note that while honey can contain allergens, it is generally considered to be a low-risk allergen for most people. However, people who have known allergies to bee stings, pollen, or specific plants should exercise caution when consuming honey, including mono floral raw honey. If you have concerns about possible allergies to honey or any specific type of mono floral raw honey, you should consult with an allergist for advice.

It's important to note that honey is still a form of sugar and should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet. Additionally, children under the age of one should not consume honey due to the risk of infant botulism.

How to use

It is the perfect substitute for added sugar and can be used with your morning breakfast cereal or granola. Due to its rich and aromatic flavour, this honey can also be used to make milkshakes and smoothies.

Other product info

Shelf Life: 24 months.
Storage: Multiflora honey should be stored in a cool, dry place. An ideal setting will be room temperature storage.

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