Van Gogh Honey Gift Set
Spanish Honey X 4
Spanish Pollen X 2
The floral healing power from Spain
Legend has it the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra used honey in her bath everyday to keep her skin silky smooth. Modern science has also proved that honey is jam packed with a variety of vitamins, enzymes, minerals that are vital for our bodily functions. The slight acidity of honey makes it antibacterial and a good source of antioxidants. The Spanish organic creamed honey selected by REIGN ABALONE is national treasure, organically produced in the unpolluted environment. The low temperature controlled crystallization process can completely retain all the nutritional value of the honey while producing a creamy decadent texture that is easy to spread on toasts or muffins. Three flavours are included in each boxset:
Eucalyptus honey: Darker in color, it has a strong caramel taste. With its superior antibacterial property, it has been long used as a remedy for respiratory ailments.Heather honey: With its diuretic, antibacterial tendency, it is particular useful for lessen the discomfort of urinary tract infections. The amber colored honey is a potent antioxidant with slight tangy fruity taste and refreshing zest.
Chestnut tree honey: With a nutty aroma and slight sweetness, chestnut tree honey is a low GI food that is full of vitamins and minerals. A natural pain reliever, it has been used in home therapy to combat stomach ailments, hyper tension and coronary heart disease.
The history of using pollen as a nutritional supplement is long and well documented.According to research studies, pollen contains high level of protein, most inform of amino acids, the building block of human life. It is also full of vitamins and easy to assimilate, together pollen can strengthen one’s immune system, delay aging process, help to calm one’s mind, regulate intestinal movement and improve appetite.Reign Abalone selected honey shortlisted finalist in 2016 Japan “Honey Meister Competition”
*100%Natural, No Artificial*
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