Sadowski’s Apiaries Honey with ginger and garlic 1150g
Sadowski Apiaries Honey with Ginger and Garlic 1150g is a creamy multifloral honey with dried ginger and garlic. It contains 5% ginger and 2% garlic.
Looking for a product to strengthen your body? Fascinated by how many of our customers drink honey every day with their own added garlic and ginger, we decided to facilitate this by creating a ready-made recipe ready to support the body in difficult times. What’s more – many people delight in the seemingly controversial combination of sweetness of honey, freshness of ginger and sharpness of garlic. A sweet and spicy combination perfect for a cold.
Sadowski’s Honey with Ginger and Garlic Apiary has a capacity of 1150 g.
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Properties of honey with ginger and garlic from Orchard Apiaries:
- has a warming, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect
- retains all the properties of multifloral honey
- Honey with ginger and garlic used regularly strengthens immunity
- lowers blood pressure and cholesterol levels
- helps fight the common cold
Honey and garlic – an unusual combination
There probably isn’t a person who doesn’t have an opinion about honey with garlic. We at the apiary say that you either love or hate honey with garlic! These strong feelings are the result of the amazing flavor we achieved by adding two magical ingredients to natural multi-flower honey – real garlic and ginger. Honey with garlic will make everyone curious about its taste, and true connoisseurs will certainly be drawn to the side of its fans – its distinctive sweet and pungent taste is impossible to forget! It’s worth remembering that, like honey, both garlic and ginger have antibacterial properties and help fight colds and flu – so honey with garlic is the best way to boost immunity.
Ingredients: multiflower nectar honey 93%, dried ginger 5%, dried garlic 2%
Natural bee honey undergoes crystallization. Honey can crystallize from a few days to a year depending on the species. You can return it to liquid form by heating it to 40 degrees Celcius. On a daily basis, however, protect it from sunlight and do not store it at temperatures higher than 18 degrees Celsius.
If you buy a larger supply of honey, store it in a cool and dark place, such as a cellar or pantry.