Wild Flower Honeys with
Astonishing Health Benefits
from the Pindos Mountains.
Improve Your Digestion, Encourage Easier Breathing, Promote Faster Healing & Support Cellular Health
in Your Endometrial, Breast and Prostate Tissue.
Harvested from wild flowers in the mountains that surround the small and ancient villages of northern Greece, this honey comes from a special place on Earth.
Commonly referred to as the ‘spine of Greece’, the mountains where it’s made are a land protected from the environmental damage so much of our world has been plagued with.
Four rivers have roots in these mountains,
with slopes and canyons rolling through it’s beautiful terrain.
The Heather flowers that grow in these mountains grow at an altitude of 2,000 feet.
The Thyme that grows in these mountains grows at an altitude of more than 3,000 feet. The view is breathtaking.
You won’t find a lot of people or settlements. Because of its high altitude and limited road access, the mountain range is home to only a few small villages, some farms and natural apiaries, like ours.
are the Home of the World’s Healthiest Honey
The Pindos mountain range is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, due to its unique geology and Mediterranean climate. Thanks to its isolation, the vegetation is free from toxins and pollutants that are currently commonplace almost everywhere else in the world.
The mountains are dry and the terrain is rough but Thyme and Heather flowers still grow wild. These flowers contain a highly concentrated nectar overflowing with nutrition.
High up in the steep mountains, these flowers thrive in a truly natural, GMO-free, unpolluted environment.
These flowers can’t be easily accessed.
This fertile territory can’t be used for farming or visited easily in many areas due to its steep terrain and narrow roads.
There is only one type of agriculture that happens in harmony with nature in these mountains...
A select few beekeepers travel the narrow winding roads year round to bring bee hives to specific flowers and trees that grow wild in these mountains.
We’ve been lucky enough to secure jars of honey from the bee hives that pollinated the Thyme plants as well as the Heather plants that grow in these mountains.
Wild Thyme and Heather plants are the source of two of the healthiest honeys you’ll ever taste — if you’re lucky enough to try some.
The honey is only available for harvest during October and is constantly in high demand thanks to its powerful health benefits and limited supply.
Far from civilization, beekeepers let each other use their lands to collect this organic honey in the colder months.
Bees produce less honey when they polinated these wild flowers (especially Thyme) and this makes it harder for the beekeepers to collect much honey from the hives.
Bees adore the nectar of these wild plants. Even in the fall they fight through the cold mountain breeze to swarm these flowers and drink their sweet nectar. Beekeeper claim that the bees behave erratically after pollinating these flower, almost as if they are drunk off the powerful amino acids, nutrients and antioxidants.
All those micro nutrients end up in the honey they produce and that honey possesses some surprising and impressive health benefits because of it.
One of the types of honey that was found to surpass manuka honey in quality was Thyme honey. This is widely considered one of the best raw honey varieties in the world. It has been touted as “the king of Greek honeys” for many years. It’s a light colored honey with a powerful spicy aroma, intense flavor and renowned antimicrobial strength. It contains a higher amount of pollen than other honey types which means that its nutritional values are off the charts.
It has many benefits…
Regular consumption of Thyme honey is said to protect the cells in these three body parts and discourage the kind of mutation that could lead to disease.
It’s incredibly dangerous and labor intensive to make this honey. Transporting the bees to the high up places in the mountains where the Thyme grows isn’t easy. This specific type of thyme honey can also only be produced one month a year. As a result, only 10% of the honey that comes from Greece is made from Thyme and only a small percentage of that honey is made with mountain thyme.
This dark, extremely viscous honey is made using wild flowers that grow 2,000 feet up in the mountains. Bees love pollinating these flowers but they can only do it in the early autumn, so there is an incredibly tight window to get the bees to make this honey. Despite this we were able to secure a few hundred jars from the last harvest.
It has a very rich flavor and strong aroma that is mouth watering. It’s thick consistency is matched by its caramel like taste. It takes a very long time for this raw honey to crystalize too which means that you can enjoy it for months after opening the jar. (Some sources say that it will never crystalize at all).
This honey is in such high demand that you won’t find it in a store and it’s not easy to get your hands on even if you went to Greece yourself. It’s too dangerous.
That’s the bad news.
Here’s the good news though…
and Hike the Pindos Mountains in Order to Get a Jar of Your Own.
Now you can order jars of these amazing super-honeys from your computer, cell phone or tablet and have it delivered to your doorstep.
We’ve done the hard work for you, and gone through the hoops that other honey suppliers are unwilling to.
Activation Products struck a deal with an apiary in the Pindos mountains to supply these two special honeys to our customers. There is truly no other honeys like them anywhere.
This is not your ordinary supermarket honey. Today you can order two of the purest medicinal honeys in the world, found in a region you’d probably never be able to visit yourself.
Picture a gorgeous hillside, framed in by mountains, where all you can see is lush patches of flowers and natural geological beauty. That is where the apiary our honey comes from can be found.
hat means it hasn’t been heated, filtered, creamed or irradiated. It’s only been strained and all of the healthy bacteria are still in it.
It’s also organic, which means it’s completely free of pesticides, GMOs and antibiotics.
The apiary we sourced this honey from was selected based on its organic quality — meaning its distance from civilization.
As I’m sure you’ve already guessed though, the supply of this honey isn’t unlimited.
We were only able to secure 288 jars of each kind to be flown in from Greece, meaning that supply is especially limited. Once we sell out, we won’t be getting this specific type of honey again for at least another year. The type of honey that comes from these high up mountain plants changes with the season, which means that even if we wanted to secure more bottles we couldn’t because it’s already all gone.
Due to the difficulty of making this unique honey available in North America, the price tag could be over $100 per jar, and it would still sell like crazy.
Fortunately for you, we chose not to do that. You can get it today for a much lower price.
Panabee Mountain Thyme Honey & Autumn Heather Honey is not sold in stores or anywhere other than this website.
The last three times we’ve sold honey from the mountains of northern Greece, we sold out in 24 hours. This time, stock is already half what we had then, so we could run out at any moment.
Now’s your chance…
Order your own jar of Panabee Mountain Thyme Honey or Panabee Autumn Heather Honey right now before we are forced to take this page offline.
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This is raw honey from the secluded mountains in Northern Greece. It has more probiotics and nutrients than pasteurized honey and has the most to offer to your health.
Most honey is not raw. Most honey is pasteurized — the properties of honey that make it so good for you, are stripped away. Retailers don’t want a product on their shelves that looks less than perfect so they insist on pasteurized honey. The pasteurization process involves filtering the honey repeatedly, which removes any trace of the honeycomb that it came from, stripping away much of the valuable nutrients.
The honey is heated and reheated to destroy its ability to crystallize or harden; by the time the process is complete, what remains is basically just sugar.
When it comes down to it, the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and antifungal properties of honey are key to the health benefits that honey has to offer and the antioxidant content helps to support your immune system and protect your body from the effects of oxidative stress. These properties are very sensitive to heat and are often entirely destroyed by the pasteurization process. To make the most of honey’s benefits, it has to be raw, and ideally organic.
The beekeepers that we work with ensure just that. They do not use any unnecessary technologies in the making of their honey and heating is not even considered.
The honey we offer is harvested by hand, using a traditional tool called an inox fork, which is used to carefully pry away the wax seal and expose the honey. This obviously takes a lot more time — a machine could do it in 1/100th of the time it takes to do it by hand — but the extra effort ensures that the honey remains as close to untouched as possible.
Excessive filtering processes are not used with this honey, as they remove the pollen that is naturally present, which are excellent for you and can enhance the flavor of the honey. A simple straining is all that is needed, and then the honey is given time to sit. After a while, the natural wax that remains in the honey rises to the top and can be scooped away.
Modern technology is only used in this honey making process where absolutely necessary and only on the condition that it does not alter the final product. This means that you are getting the honey exactly as the bees created it, along with all of its natural vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, probiotics and other essential nutrients that it has to offer.
Our beekeepers aren’t just looking out for the end product, they are also looking out for their bees. On their own lands, they make sure to plant trees and flowers that are grown organically and will nourish the bees.
When they harvest the honey, they make sure to leave enough for the hive to live on, instead of replacing it with a low quality sugar syrup like many apiaries do. The bees are still able to enjoy their own food source, because the beekeepers are careful to calculate exactly how much it is safe to take. Over the winter, an average hive needs to feed 20,000 bees plus the queen. Throughout the rest of the year, the numbers per hive are closer to 60,000. Knowing this, and keeping tabs on the life in their hives, beekeepers can harvest appropriately.
When it is necessary to move the hives in order to collect honey in different forests, the beekeepers exercise caution and are careful to ensure the safety of the bees. No chemicals are ever used on or around the bees, only natural products or solutions where appropriate.
Maintaining a low-interference apiary is not easy. Without the use of technology, everything takes more time and more effort. The yields may be lower and profit-margins smaller, but unsurpassed quality of the honey makes up for these downsides in spades.