Honeybee Byproducts



Propolis is a natural substance produced by bees and is a result of the processing of resins collected from plants and tree trunks. It is enriched with beeswax, pollen, enzymes and other substances, and bees use it to sterilize and protect the hive from germs.

Propolis is one of the most precious gifts given to us by nature to protect the human body, to boost the immune system and treat colds. It is the most powerful natural antibiotic.



Bee pollen has an impressive nutritional profile. It contains over 250 biologically active substances, the most important of which are proteins and amino acids, carbohydrates and sugars, lipids and free fatty acids as well as vitamins and trace elements.

The exact content of these nutrients in any pollen varies depending on the characteristics of the plant from which it is derived. Generally, the composition as follows: Proteins: 35% Carbohydrates: 40% Lipids: 5% Water: 5-10% Other substances: 5-15%.

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Royal Jelly

Royal jelly is a natural viscous, organic substance produced by bees as food for the future queen and it is an exceptional source of protein, amino acids, lipids, vitamins and minerals.

The taste of royal jelly is sour, slightly bitter, and it is whitish to light yellow in colour. However, what gives royal jelly its surprising properties is the abundance of vitamins, especially B-complex, which are crucial to the proper functioning not only of our nervous system, but the entire human organism.



Honeycomb contains the wax produced by bees from which they construct the cells to form the final shape of the honeycomb, in which the honey is stored each flowering season.

The honeycomb contains long chain fatty acids and alcohols and is rich in carbohydrates and antioxidants. In addition, because its main component is raw honey, it contains small amounts of protein, vitamins and minerals and trace elements of various other nutrients.