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Wild Raw Organic Greek Honey from the Pindus Mtns (Red Fir Honey)

by Ebion
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Red Fir honey from Ebion (Abies Cephalonica) is harvested at over 800 meters on the pristine Pindus mountain line which is known for its biodiversity. This specific Red Fir region is known for its richness of a wide range of herbs and flowers which are perfect for honeybees to work from. Red Fir is particularly rich in protein, amino acids and antioxidants. Its color ranges from medium to dark red to bourbon brown and it has a soft taste and light aroma. The bees that produce this strain of honey begin work on mountainous flowers and herbs, as well as blackberries, wild strawberries, sage and sometimes chestnut trees, before their hives are moved deep into the forest of red fir trees for the hearty finish. Ebion's Red Fir honey has won 1st place in the internationally-acclaimed Biolmiel Organic Honey Competition in Italy. It Is Certified Organic and Natural. To learn more about the medicinal and antibacterial benefits of organic raw Greek honey, be sure to review the study in the Journal of Medicinal Food (J Med Food 16 (1) (2013) entitled "Antibacterial Activity of Greek and Cypriot Honeys Against Staphlyococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Comparison to Manuka Honey". This offer is for a 250 gram (8.8 ounce) glass jar of Ebion Red Fir honey. Complete satisfaction guaranteed. Also try Ebion's Forest & Flowers honey for a thick rich creamy texture which rises out of herbs then pine and oak forests. When in season, you may find other Ebion honey's available. If so, they will appear as variations on the top of this page.

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