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Beekeeping and phytotherapy: use of beekeeping products in various phytotherapeutic formations

, : Beekeeping and phytotherapy: use of beekeeping products in various phytotherapeutic formations. Vida Apicola ( 70): 12-16

Some unifloral honeys are thought to have the same therapeutic or medicinal properties as the plants from which they come. Examples are the honeys from citrus trees, heather, eucalyptus, rosemary and holm oak. Several commercial formulations are given which include 10-50% of honey.

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