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Stayia Farm

Heather & Wild Herbs
Greek Honey

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460 gr / 16.22 oz

Greek Heather & Wild Herbs Honey is, quite simply, divine.

Heather & Wild Herbs Honey has a high reputation mainly due to its high antioxidant activity. In Great Britain, it is highly prized by connoisseurs and known as the “Rolls Royce” of honey.

100% Greek Honey
100% natural product without preservatives
Increase diuresis
Antioxidant

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There are other kinds of honey obtained from Erica species also belonging to the heather honey family. These are generally multi-floral kinds of honey derived from plants such as blueberries, rhododendrons, strawberries, cranberries. Heather honey had the highest phenolic content, whereas honeydew and chestnut kinds of honey had the highest flavonoid contents. Also, the results showed that heather, polyfloral, blackberry, and eucalyptus kinds of honey had the highest carbohydrate contents, whereas honeydew and chestnut kinds of honey had the lowest. The high amount of antioxidants of heather honey help in the removal of free radicals produced as a result of metabolic reactions and interactions with external pollutants. 

The hard-working Greek honey bee enjoys an elevated status in Greece, and rightly so; Greek honey mixes the sweet, delicate fragrance of mountain flowers, with a dose of concentrated Greek sunshine. Honey is considered one of the most valuable, nutritious, and healthiest foods. Having it in our daily diet might contribute to a healthier and longer life. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, as well as other important people of antiquity, suggested honey as a medical treatment for various purposes.


When we consume honey as a sweetener, we might not realize we are consuming minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants as well. Honey is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B2, B3, B5 and B6, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc. All of which are vital for the body. Honey has anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties as well. In simpler terms, the consumption of honey might help to promote digestive health, fight indigestion, strengthen the immune system. Honey also might help in curing cough and act as a soothing agent for sore throats. It is scientifically proven that honey might help those suffering from an upper respiratory infection.


During allergy season, a few teaspoons of raw honey a couple of times a day helps to prevent the allergy symptoms and help in treating the allergies. Honey has antibacterial properties and hence it might act as a good healing agent. It might help to treat wounds from abrasions, surgery, bedsores, infections, and ulcers. It also might help to cure sunburns as well. Wild honey is an antiseptic too and might help to prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms. Honey might be really good for your skin. From treating acne to preventing premature aging, honey is very beneficial.

Product of Greece

From goalkeeper to beekeeper.

When Yannis, goalkeeper at the time, met Stavroula, nursery school teacher, a sweet combination was created. So sweet that they decided to package it. Stayia Farm (Stavroula and Yiannis) was established in 2012 and since then a great team of savvy beekeepers have been working hand-in-hand with nature and bees, creating wonderful honey products for you to enjoy. Every single one of their awarded products is certified by BioHellas, a prestigious inspection and certification body for organic products, products that have been exposed to no herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides.

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There are other kinds of honey obtained from Erica species also belonging to the heather honey family. These are generally multi-floral kinds of honey derived from plants such as blueberries, rhododendrons, strawberries, cranberries. Heather honey had the highest phenolic content, whereas honeydew and chestnut kinds of honey had the highest flavonoid contents. Also, the results showed that heather, polyfloral, blackberry, and eucalyptus kinds of honey had the highest carbohydrate contents, whereas honeydew and chestnut kinds of honey had the lowest. The high amount of antioxidants of heather honey help in the removal of free radicals produced as a result of metabolic reactions and interactions with external pollutants. 

The hard-working Greek honey bee enjoys an elevated status in Greece, and rightly so; Greek honey mixes the sweet, delicate fragrance of mountain flowers, with a dose of concentrated Greek sunshine. Honey is considered one of the most valuable, nutritious, and healthiest foods. Having it in our daily diet might contribute to a healthier and longer life. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, as well as other important people of antiquity, suggested honey as a medical treatment for various purposes.


When we consume honey as a sweetener, we might not realize we are consuming minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants as well. Honey is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B2, B3, B5 and B6, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc. All of which are vital for the body. Honey has anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties as well. In simpler terms, the consumption of honey might help to promote digestive health, fight indigestion, strengthen the immune system. Honey also might help in curing cough and act as a soothing agent for sore throats. It is scientifically proven that honey might help those suffering from an upper respiratory infection.


During allergy season, a few teaspoons of raw honey a couple of times a day helps to prevent the allergy symptoms and help in treating the allergies. Honey has antibacterial properties and hence it might act as a good healing agent. It might help to treat wounds from abrasions, surgery, bedsores, infections, and ulcers. It also might help to cure sunburns as well. Wild honey is an antiseptic too and might help to prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms. Honey might be really good for your skin. From treating acne to preventing premature aging, honey is very beneficial.

Product of Greece

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From goalkeeper to beekeeper.

When Yannis, goalkeeper at the time, met Stavroula, nursery school teacher, a sweet combination was created. So sweet that they decided to package it. Stayia Farm (Stavroula and Yiannis) was established in 2012 and since then a great team of savvy beekeepers have been working hand-in-hand with nature and bees, creating wonderful honey products for you to enjoy. Every single one of their awarded products is certified by BioHellas, a prestigious inspection and certification body for organic products, products that have been exposed to no herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides.

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