Flower honeys contain a variety of nectar secretions from farm-grown plants as well as flowers from the wider area during the summer. The herbs they contain are also known for their healing properties.
Sage: (Salvia officinalis). The name comes from the Latin verb salvare which means “save” or “heal”. The Arabs believed that it could cure everything. The Latins considered it the sacred plant of immortality and used it in ceremonies. The French call it “Greek tea” and use it – like other Europeans – both in cooking and for its healing properties. The Chinese call it “Greek sprout” and consider it better than tea. It is an herb endowed with many healing substances and properties, especially useful in medicine, such as antibacterial, antiseptic, cardiotonic, antispasmodic and antidiabetic. Extremely tonic, fights fatigue. Recommended against skin diseases and oral infections. Against hypotension.