Flower honey contain a variety of nectaroceroses from plants grown on our organic farm as well as floral arrangements of the wider region during the summer season. The herbs they contain are also known for their healing properties.
Sage: (Salvia officinalis) The name comes from the Latin verb salvare meaning "save" or "cure". The Arabs believed he could cure everything. The Latins considered it the sacred plant of immortality and used it in rituals. The French call it "Greek Tea" and use it - like other Europeans - in cooking as well as in its healing properties. The Chinese call it a "Greek kettle" and they consider it better than tea. It is a herb gifted with many therapeutics and properties, particularly useful in medicine, such as antibacterial, antiseptic, cardiotonic, spasmolytic and antidiabetic. Extremely stimulating, it fights fatigue. It is recommended against skin diseases and oral infections. Anti-hypotension.
It is forbidden to consume honey in infants less than one year of age.