Angelica Honey is named after the bearer flower, the angelica. It is a biennial plant, whose useful properties are fully disclosed in the second year, when the plant begins to bloom. Angelica plant likes to grow in moist, shady places near water bodies. The medicinal properties of angelica are explained by the presence of essential oils and other substances in the plant.
Amelior is rich in vitamins and biological substances. A large number of B vitamins, vitamin K, E, iron, calcium, ascorbic acid make the plant a unique product that has anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antispasmodic, tonic, immunomodulatory properties.
All the treasure trove of beneficial properties are equally contained in the nectar of angelica flowers. The angelica blooms in Altai and Western Siberia only at the end of July.
The angelica honey does not mature until September, so there is no point in looking for it before that time.
The angelica honey has a beautiful dark caramel color and has a sweet, delicate aroma. The taste of angelica honey is very rich, with a bitter-caramel flavor. One of the advantages of angelica honey is its extremely low rate of saccharification. With proper storage, the honey will last you all year long until the next harvest.