The secret of longevity and prolonging of vitality is kept in Altai mountains and glaciers.


Glacier honey is collected from wild honey plants - the rarest herbs and flowers of Altai such as acacia, blackthorn, bird cherry, wild rose, honeysuckle, clover, goldenrod, Virgin grass, sage, mint, oregano, snakehead, thistle thyme, incense, cornflowers, penny, goat, bells, snowy primrose, violets, catchment, yarrow, honeysuckle, lavender, leuzea, sage, etc. mountain plants

Harvesting summer season is quite short in comparison to other environments, therefore, glacier honey is valued very highly. Due to the fact that the glacier environment lacks oxygen a lot of glacier plants are antihypoxants and are often associated with the benefit of long vitality.


Glacier honey is considered the most environmentally friendly. It is collected from plants growing at altitudes from 650 m to 2000 m above sea level.

It has a delicate taste, pleasant fragrant aroma with its diastase number reaching 50 units. The color is light, sometimes with a brownish tint.


Glacier Wildflower Honey is useful for stress, endocrine disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and is effective in the treatment of diseases of the kidneys, liver, and stomach. Removes salts, toxins. It is useful for atherosclerosis and as a sedative for nervous diseases, it is used for increased thyroid function. A high content of carotene and vitamin A, gives glacier honey very strong healing properties.


But the properties of Glacier Wildflower honey are vastly superior to those of other kinds of honey. 

Firstly, the taste and aroma are deliciously exquisite (whoever tasted the real Altai mountain honey, will understand).


Secondly, of course, healing properties. Bees collect honey from glacier top herbs, such as Maral root, protein (Saussurea), acacia, Rhodiola rosea (Golden root), hawthorn, Kuril tea, bird cherry, raspberries, honeysuckle, jujube, meadowsweet, oregano ... In total of about 40 plants, most of which are distinguished by their healing properties. In addition, the high price of honey is due to the fact that honey harvest in the mountainous regions is only 1.5-2 months, in contrast to forest-steppe regions (up to 3.5 months).


Free of antibiotics, pesticides, and glyphosate.




Glacier Wildflower Honey


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