FAQ



FAQ

Yes. All our honey that is exported to countries overseas must meet a Government established scientific definition. This testing is important to give consumers confidence that they’re getting genuine high-qualified russian honey.

Yes, each batch of extracted honey is quality tested for pesticides including Glyphosates, Coumaphos, Flumethrin; Antibiotics (for example Oxytetracycline, Tylosin) and heavy metals.
  Honey has been used to treat a range of ailments for thousands of years. Different sorts of honey have different healing properties

  •  Flower Honey 
Bees collected Flower honey from the nectar of various meadow flowers. It is used in the treatment of diseases of the nervous system, heart, as a preventive and therapeutic agent for acute respiratory infections, SARS, improves the resistance of the human body to various infections.

  • Linden Honey
Refers to first-class honey. Contains many important substances for humans, it is absorbed by 100%. Linden honey contains 40% fructose.It has lots of nutritional and healing properties. Excellent help with colds. 

  • Melilot Honey 
Melilot honey is considered to be the reference. It combines amazing taste properties and useful elements that are important for coordinated work of the body, it is an effective mean for the treatment of many diseases. It contains vitamins - C, E, PP, B1, B2, enzymes, glucose, organic acids; fructose, minerals and other beneficial substances.

  • Buckwheat Honey 
Contains most of the elements of the periodic table, the only honey containing an iron element. Those who suffer from vascular diseases, improves coronary circulation, has a positive effect on the metabolic processes of the heart muscle.

  • Taiga Honey 
Taiga honey has absorbed the herbs of the harsh northern forests and is of tremendous health value. Its mineral composition is as close as possible to the plasma of human blood and is distinguished by the content of easily digestible beneficial compounds and substances that have a therapeutic effect on the body. In natural honey contains a significant amount of active compounds and substances.

  • Saw-wort Honey 
Saw-wort honey is saturated with useful substances. There are about 300 of them, together with components of ash type. It absorbs all the value of plants that germinate in environmentally friendly conditions. It is also known for its healing properties. It is useful to take children to improve immunity, development of the musculoskeletal system. Systematic use is a good prevention of atherosclerosis. Provides the body with a daily rate of vitamins and beneficial trace elements.

  • Clover Honey 
Clover honey belongs to high-quality varieties, it is valued for its unique taste and aroma. This sort of honey contains a whole complex of useful substances, it is rich in micro and macro elements, vitamins and antioxidants, proteins and amino acids. Due to the presence of iron, copper and vitamin C, it can be used as an anti-inflammatory agent. It has regenerating properties and strengthens the body's defense system.

Honey never spoils and has an unlimited shelf life but for practical purposes and store requirements, a shelf life of two or more years is often stated. Raw honey has a very low water content (normally less than 18%), and a fairly high acidic level, this makes for very unfavorable conditions for bacteria to grow. If bacteria cannot grow in honey, then it cannot spoil.

As long as it is unpasteurized, no. Honey stored in sealed containers can remain stable for decades and even centuries! However, honey is susceptible to physical and chemical changes during storage; it tends to darken and lose its aroma and flavor or crystallize.

Unpasteurized honey will granulate over time, especially when kept in cool or cold places. To increase its shelf life, consider storing honey in a warm location such as in an interior kitchen cupboard near or over the stove. If it does granulates, just screw the cap tight and put it into hot water (not boiling). Gentle heating below 115 degrees F does not destroy the natural flavor or attributes of the honey. If you are careful, you can heat the honey in the microwave at 50% power, stirring every 30 seconds till liquefied. Our creamed honeys will all start hard when they are freshly jarred, but after 1-2 weeks they will soften to room temperature and then stay in the creamy state forever. If they get stored in a cold place however (like a garage during winter) they may harden up again but will soften once more when returned to room temperature, again 1-2 weeks.

Honey can be stored pretty much anywhere at any temperature however different temperatures can cause it to crystalize (if it is cold) or liquefy (if it is hot). It is one of the few products in the world that never goes bad, due to its unique chemical composition. We recommend storing your honey at room temperature whenever possible to stop it from crystalizing due to cold temperatures or liquefying due to hot temperatures.

No, our honey is not processed or pasteurized; ours is raw honey (unpasteurized). Raw honey will retain its natural sweet, full bodied flavor. If you compare it to processed honey, you'll immediately notice the difference.

No, there are many varieties and flavors of honey, depending on the flowers from which bees collect nectar. All of our honey is collected from areas where plants that have not been given harsh chemical fertilizers, pesticides or been genetically altered in any way.

As with any raw, unprocessed foods, honey is not recommended for infants whose immune systems are not fully developed, a process that occurs usually in the first year. Therefore it is not recommended for children under one year of age.

Raw honey is natural, unpasteurized honey, nothing added or taken away. It is what bees produce in the hive. It is ready to eat after it has been extracted and run through a fine sieve to remove foreign particles that may have found their way into the honey in the extracting process (such as bee parts, pollen and wax). All pure unpasteurized honey is raw honey. Raw honey or pure honey is not pasteurized, modified or adulterated in any way before it is packaged and sold.

Creamed honey is not just healthy, but also very tasty delicacy. The process of its preparation includes mixing honey (and chopped berries) for a long period of time. Due to this, it turns out the product sour cream, which is not candied.

It should be noted that we do not include thickeners, flavors or dyes in the cream honey composition. It turns out completely natural product, the shelf life of which - 1 year.

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