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Dill is a member of the Umbelliferae family. This plant is native to southern Europe and is one of the vegetables of the cold season. The height of the plant varies from 60 to 120 cm and sometimes reaches 150 cm. Dill is an aromatic herb with delicate, feathery green leaves. Dill has been around since the Middle Ages and was thought to help defend against witchcraft. Dill Honey is a sweet, viscous food substance made by bees and some related insects. Bees produce honey from the sugary secretions of Dill flowers (floral nectar) or from secretions of other insects (such as honeydew by regurgitation, enzymatic activity, and water evaporation.)
Dill honey is one of the aromatic honey that has many medicinal and therapeutic properties. Dill honey lowers blood cholesterol and triglycerides. Dill honey can be from specific types of flower nectars or can be blended after collection.
- Containing Vitamin B
- Containing flavonoids
- Enriching in Antioxidants
- Being “Less Bad” Than Sugar
- Being good for Diabetics
- Helping to balance Blood fat levels
- Increasing milk supply
- Helping to Improve Cholesterol
- Lowering Triglycerides
- Being as a nutritious product
- Concentrating as an energy source
- Using as a remedy for health and healing
- Being an active ingredient in beauty and skin-care product
- Linking to wound-healing properties
- Having an antibacterial action
- Being a good source of fiber
How to Produce
Today, beekeepers use various methods to extract honey from honeycomb. Some methods drain the honey while preserving the wax, while others melt or otherwise manipulate the wax to remove and separate out the raw honey. Small-scale beekeepers usually stop in this step and sell honey in its raw state, but most mass producers of honey sold in supermarkets take the process a step further.
As far as packaging is concerned, there are various options – cups, glasses, cans, buckets. We can provide dill honey in each quantity that our client wants, there are no limited in weight and destination or in packed.