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BELEVINI Premium Raw Honey Set (Acacia – 14.1oz, Linden- 14.1oz, Polyfloral-14.1oz)

Acacia honey, also known as locust honey, is derived from the nectar of the Robinia pseudoacacia flower. It has a light, almost transparent color and stays liquid for longer, prolonging its shelf life. Acacia honey may aid wound healing, improve acne, and offer additional benefits due to its powerful antioxidants. Linden honey is a monofloral honey that’s produced in North America, the U.K., other parts of Europe, and in Asia. The common denominator is the Tilia genus of trees – and there are thirty species within that genus. In North America, most of the trees that produce the honey are Tilia americana. Some who notice this tree during the most humid part of the summer call it the “bee tree” because it produces so much nectar at this time and bees are extremely drawn to it. Polyfloral honeys, also known as wildflower honey varieties are produced by honey bees using the nectar from many different flower species. Such honeys do not display the pure characteristics of any of their production level nectar sources. Each wildflower hive is producing a honey that has no equivalent.
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