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Sage And Honeycomb

Salvia officinalis (lat. salvare - save, officinalis - medicinal)

In the past sage was referred to as  „the holy plant“. The Romans and Greeks used it to prepare anti-septic solutions and sage had the status of panacea - a cure-all for any condition and was considered a holy plant. Dating from those times is a proverb  <<Cur moriatur homo, cui salvia crescit in horto?>> -Why should a man die who has sage growing in his garden?

The sage blooms from May to the end of July with the flower rich in pollen and it an excellent feed for honey bees. One hectare under sage can provide 250-500 kg of refreshing honey rich in vitamin C. Only the leaf is used from the plant being it most medicinal part and only during the blooming season. The sage of greatest quality grows in the coastal areas near seaside where due to great number of sunny days the plant produces more essential oil. Worldwide the sage from the Adriatic sea is highly thought of because it contains essential oils with excellent balance of the components.

In cosmetic industry the glycol extract of the plant's leaf is used due to its richness in active principles. The most important Terpenoids Thujone and Camphor, Monoterpenes, Terpene ethers, Sesquiterpenes. Also, Flavonoids, Phenolic acid, Glycolic acid, Tannin, Vitamins C and P. Sage extracts have antiseptic characteristics.

It is used with tonics for greasy skin nurture, in deodorants, bath, shampoos and tooth-pastes. The water extract of the sage leaves is used as hair conditioner.

Sage aroma oil containing 20% of pure sage essential oil is used in aromatherapy for many conditions as well as for damaged skin treatment and other dermatological skin issues.


Virgin honeycomb

Natural beeswax is produced by work bees and is extracted through their eight wax glands. For one kilogram of wax to be produced it takes 3,5 to 5kg of honey, pollen and propolis. There are several types of bee wax. The top quality wax is virgin wax produced from virgin honeycomb and it is white to light yellow in colour depending on pollen and propolis.

This wax is produced from wax lids and virgin honeycombs that were not used by the queen bee for thatching eggs. The wax contains over 15 different types of chemicals where 75% are complex essential oils, 15 % are minerals, then vitamins and vitamin A in particular.

Beeswax was used in traditional healing since way back for wounds, ulcers, bruises, burns, sport injuries and in modern age in plastic surgery.

Beeswax, nourishes, cleans and firms the facial and body skin, it dilates the blood vessels  therefore enhancing the circulation.