Hundred flowers honey is nectar collected by bees from various spring flowers such as wild flowers and mountain flowers. The feature is that you can enjoy different tastes depending on the season, honey collection place, and birdhouse. It is mainly honey from winter blue, chestnut, black glutinous rice, and haze flowers.
The nectar of the flowers of Renge and mandarin oranges may also be included, and the nectar collected from the “Hundred Flowers” is exactly the Hundred Flowers Honey.
Humans have gathered honey for thousands of years. Rock art in Spain from 6000 B.C. shows people harvesting honey. Beeswax from around 8000 B.C. was found in cooking pots in Turkey. By 2400 B.C., the Egyptians were skilled beekeepers. When early people cleared forests into pastures, they created bee-friendly habitats where flowers and bushes grew. As farmers moved into new areas, honeybees followed.
High-quality honey contains many important antioxidants. These include organic acids and phenolic compounds like flavonoids. Scientists believe that the combination of these compounds gives honey its antioxidant power. Interestingly, two studies have shown that buckwheat honey increases the antioxidant value of your blood. Antioxidants have been linked to reduced risk of heart attacks, strokes and some types of cancer. They may also promote eye health.
Both wild bees and honey bees are incredibly important to fauna and flora. 80% of the pollination of plants is done by bees. Plants pollinated by bees do not only grow more fruits, but bee pollination may also lead to juicier, bigger and tastier food crops. And when you realize that ¾ of the 100 most important plants are completely dependent on insect pollination, you may understand how much we need our buzzing friends.
- Agency/Creative: Constantin Bolimond
- Article Title: Honey Pot Packaging Design Non-Published Concept by Constantin Bolimond
- Organisation/Entity: Freelance
- Project Type: Packaging
- Project Status: Non Published
- Agency/Creative Country: Belarus
- Agency/Creative City: Bolimond
- Market Region: Global
- Project Deliverables: Branding
- Format: Bottle
- Substrate: Glass
- Industry: Food/Beverage
- Keywords: Honwey, pack, packaging design, bee
Designer: Constantin Bolimond