Honey is a very complex substance whose intrinsic values have been known for centuries. Some of its components have a strong hygroscopic effect, removing water from the environment, thus killing a significant portion of the pathogens in their environment. One of the characteristics of honey is that hydrogen peroxide is formed on contact with water, which further increases the antiseptic effect of the product. Honey also has a number of beneficial effects on the body. The natural enzymes, minerals and trace elements of honey have a beneficial effect on stress, osteoporosis, digestion and the immune system. Many so-called “honey of the species,” made from the nectar of a particular plant, can have a unique effect on stomach acid production, varicose veins, prostate problems, and some studies even attribute it to fighting cancer.

There is a growing body of research on honey for its beneficial effects on upper respiratory tract infections. Several studies show that, especially at a young age, it may be more beneficial to consume honey for milder symptoms, such as intake of antibiotics. In contrast to liquid honey, our product stays in the mouth for a longer time, so it also has a longer effect in the mouth and throat.

Some research suggests that consuming honey, as it forms a coating on the throat mucosa, may be a good adjunct to traditional reflux therapy. As our product stays in the mouth for a longer period of time, it also has a longer effect, thus improving the quality of life of its consumer.

Several scientific studies have shown that honey, due to its properties, can be successfully used to heal wounds. Honey has an anti-inflammatory effect and stimulates the body’s immune response. The osmotic property and pH of honey have an antibacterial effect, thus reducing wound superinfection. Another feature of honey is that it forms a coating on the mucous membranes, so consuming the lozenge provides a long-lasting effect. Since all of our products are based on honey, these properties, in addition to their enjoyment value, can be enjoyed in all cases. Some of our products also contain natural disinfectant extracts (e.g. cinnamon, cloves) and additives (e.g. propolis) that further enhance the effect of honey.

A significant part of our products are honey, which is made up of sugars with a simple structure (monosaccharides) . These are fast-absorbing, fast-digesting substances that quickly provide energy to the human body. In addition, herbal and / or fruit extracts and concentrates also help the beneficial effects of honey.


We strive to ensure that every single material we add to our lozenges comes from a natural source, e.g. herbal and fruit extracts, natural flavors, dyes, etc. Unfortunately, in some cases (e.g., vitamins), we need synthetic materials to achieve the desired effect. We use them only when justified and to the extent necessary.

In addition to its special, sour taste, lemon contains a number of useful active ingredients that are important for the human body. In addition to its vitamin C content, limonine is an important ingredient that, based on research, can significantly reduce the body’s “bad” LDL cholesterol levels when taken with vitamin E. The acidity of lemon can also help fight kidney stones. Potassium content is high, so it is recommended to consume it on a daily basis. Lemon helps to empty harmful substances, so it is also excellent for detoxification. According to some research, lemon’s high magnesium and potassium content helps prevent depression. There are also a number of studies on the antibacterial and blood pressure effects of lemon.

The antitussive effect of Icelandic lichen has been known for centuries, an extract of which significantly reduces both the extent and frequency of coughing. Its other active ingredients also play a role in the regeneration and sedation of inflamed, irritated mucous membranes. The plant extract proved its effect in the relief of hoarseness and sore throat. The healing effect of Icelandic lichen is also recognized by the WHO (World Health Organization). Due to its iodine content, it can also be used successfully in case of hyperthyroidism. Its active ingredient is bitter lichenic acid, to which an antibiotic effect is attributed.

The popularity of ginger is steadily growing. All this is no accident. In addition to being a great spice, it has also been shown to have a number of beneficial effects on the human body. The antiemetic, antispasmodic, antitussive, anti-inflammatory, digestive, gastric sedative effects of ginger are well known. Recently, they are beginning to discover its effects against colds and flu, as it also contains antiviral and antibacterial agents. Due to its analgesic effect, it is used by many to relieve their menstrual pain. Research has shown that it also has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels, increasing the effectiveness of insulin.

The wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic effect of propolis has been known for thousands of years. The American Institute of Health (NIH) calls propolis “presumably” effective in treating herpes and treating oral pain after oral surgery. Animal experiments have confirmed the anti-aging, cleansing effect. Based on further experimental results, it also has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral effects, inhibiting the growth and spread of cancer cells. There is no contraindication to the use of propolis. Based on practical experience, propolis can be used successfully against prostatitis and otitis media when used internally. It is also known to have capillary dilators, blood pressure regulators and immune-boosting effects. Research into the effects of dental inflammation and aphthous is still ongoing.

Experiments have shown that cloves significantly alleviate even the most stubborn inflammations. This effect is attributed, among other things, to the content of flavonoids and antioxidants. Due to its soothing, anesthetic effect, it can be effective in relieving toothache. Due to its possible refreshing and disinfecting effect, it is also used in many oral hygiene products. Some animal studies have shown that it can be an effective tool against lung cancer. Eugenol in cloves can effectively help lower blood sugar. It is officially recognized as a drug (drug substance) by the Hungarian Pharmacopoeia (8th Edition).

Slightly medicine harmful in higher quantities. The first written memories date back nearly 5,000 years. It was used in ancient China to treat fever, colds, indigestion. Due to its high manganese content, it has a strong antioxidant effect. Because of its viral and anti-bacterial effect cinnamon can be successfully applied against colds or infections. Cinnamon is one of the 10 strongest antioxidant foods in the world. In addition to its digestive, appetite stimulating and stomach-strengthening effects, it can be mixed with honey to help prevent stomach ulcers. It speeds up metabolism by helping the production of digestive juices. It is liked by many as a dietary supplement. It is also used as an aromatherapy agent, an aphrodisiac and a mood enhancer.

Ribwort plantain is a plant already known from folk medicine. Its extract, due to auxubin, has a mucolytic and antitussive effect, it also has a beneficial effect on heartburn and respiratory diseases. Excellent for use in expectorants. As it is harmless, it can also be used in pediatrics.

Thyme is one of our most commonly used herbs, which can also be used for healing due to its versatility. Thanks to its very good antiseptic effect, it protects against diseases, prolongs the life of cells, strengthens the immune system. It is recommended for the treatment of colds due to its mucolytic, expectorant effect. It is used successfully to relieve inflammation of the oral cavity and bronchi. Due to its blood-boosting effect, it improves blood circulation and can be used against anemia. Its digestive-improving effect is not negligible either, as it relieves digestive cramps and also promotes digestion.

Echinacea is a well-known and popular immune booster that can successfully help relieve the symptoms of colds and flu. Its action strengthens the immune system as a whole, stimulates the immune response and accelerates regeneration. In addition to colds, it can also be effective against aphthous, urinary tract infections, and sinusitis. It can naturally relieve chronic fatigue.

It is not recommended for people with asthma and ragweed allergies, pregnant or breastfeeding mothers and under 6 years of age. According to some studies, Echinacea should be avoided in heart disease, high blood pressure, and autoimmune disease. It can be toxic to the liver when consumed with alcohol. No adverse drug interactions are known.

Turmeric is a plant native to the ginger family in Asia that is used both as a spice and as an herb. Its popularity is due to its color, aroma and complex healing effects. Its anti-inflammatory and digestive-improving effect has long been known, and turmeric is an important ingredient in curry. The plant’s primary active ingredient, curcumin, stimulates liver, bile and stomach function. Chinese research has shown that its use lowers blood cholesterol levels. Nearly 3,000 studies have been conducted on the effects of curcumin on cancer. Given the results, many European and U.S. researchers recommend consuming turmeric as an adjunct to therapy for common cancers. The beneficial effects of curcumin have also been demonstrated in prostate and cervical cancers, colon, lung, breast and skin cancers. Some research suggests that it may stimulate memory and thus counteract Alzheimer’s dementia to some degree. Because curcumin lowers lipids in the blood, it can also be successful in treating cardiovascular disease. Because curcumin is very poorly absorbed by the body, it is typically recommended to be taken with piperine, which is the active ingredient in black pepper.

It is particularly important to mention that curcumin significantly activates the liver enzyme identified by CYP3A4, which plays a key role in the degradation of many drugs. Because of possible drug interactions, be sure to consult your doctor or pharmacist before consuming curcumin-containing products.

Product info

Our products are based on honey. It is brought to a solid state at room temperature by a unique process developed by us, so that no substance (neither natural nor synthetic) is added to the honey to achieve a solid state. Honey is purchased from a controlled source. There is not yet enough data on the long-term effects of artificial sweets and condiments. Honey has been consumed for thousands of years. That speaks for itself.

A significant part of our products are honey, which is made up of sugars with a simple structure (monosaccharides) . These are fast-absorbing, fast-digesting substances that quickly provide energy to the human body. In addition, herbal and / or fruit extracts and concentrates also help the beneficial effects of honey.

Thanks to the fact that we only use honey and natural ingredients, the taste of our products is unmistakable.

Our products are made from honey and mainly natural added active ingredients, so consuming them does not involve any known risk. Please read the ingredients of the product carefully before consumption.

Consumption of honey has no known harmful side effects. Of course, it is advisable to consume it to a reasonable extent. In the case of added substances, observe the recommended maximum daily intake found on the product packaging. The total weight of the product can be considered as a carbohydrate, so in case of diabetes, it is recommended to calculate the amount of carbohydrate ingested by the weight of the lozenge.

Honey should not be consumed under the age of one. Since most of our products are made of honey, those who are sensitive to honey and pollen shall beconsuming our products with caution. The packaging of each of our products contains all the ingredients, so you can be informed about the allergens in the product before consumption.

GMO free

We buy our products from a controlled source, GMO-free.

Gluten free

Our products do not contain gluten.

Lactose free

Our products do not come into contact with milk or dairy products during their production.

Consumption of honey does not involve known cross-reactions when other products (e.g. analgesic, anti-histamine, etc.) are ingested. Please read carefully the consumption advice for added substances on the packaging.

Frequently Asked Questions

With a unique technology, our company can bring honey to a solid state at room temperature without using any additives in the process to achieve this state. As a result, the product, if we are talking about a natural product, contains only 100% honey. Our other products contain mainly honey and also the natural ingredients indicated on the packaging.

Unlike the traditional form of honey, which is a sticky, liquid substance, our products are dry, solid lozenges at room temperature. They are mainly recommended as lozenges, but can also be used dissolved in liquids (eg tea, coffee, lemonade).

Honey has been consumed by mankind as a food, sweetener and medicine since ancient times. An increasing number of scientific studies attribute a lot of healing effects to honey, especially in upper respiratory diseases. Many studies prefer the use of honey for minor throat / pharyngeal problems to the use of antibiotics. We “only” changed the state of the honey, its effects are not compromised during processing.

However, the mixed active ingredients should not be forgotten. You can read about their effects on the packaging or in the leaflet next to the product.

As previously indicated, the product contains mainly solidified honey and product-dependent, mainly natural active ingredients. The contents of each product – in exact quantities per lozenge – can be found on the product packaging. Please read the relevant information before consumption.

The product is approx. It contains 2.1 grams of carbohydrates. This should also be included in the daily carbohydrate intake.

Our product does not contain any additives that help to achieve and maintain a solid state. Pastilles retain their physical and content characteristics below a storage temperature of 25 ⁰C, protected from sunlight and radiant heat. At higher temperatures, the lozenge may deform, lose its shape, or become soft and malleable. These changes typically only affect the shape of the lozenge and have no effect on consumability (e.g., taste, color, etc.).

The box of each of our products shows the shelf life of the products in that package. Although excavations have found honey found over 4,000 years of age that is considered edible, at the end of the shelf life, everyone can consume the product at their own risk.

The lozenge may lose its shape due to the storage temperature. In this case, inspect the aluminum sealing foil of the primary packaging for damage. If not, we recommend the following:

– if the lozenge is still warm and has melted, place the product in a cool, dry place with the plastic film side (blisters) facing down. Once the product has solidified, it can be removed from the packaging without damage

– if the lozenge is no longer hot and adheres to the aluminum foil, heat the product above the melting point (eg in a window or on a hot radiator) with the plastic side of the package facing down. If the molten product has drained into the plastic blister, place the package in a dry, cool place. Once the product has cooled, the lozenge can be removed from the package without damage.

If the metal sealing foil is damaged, the lozenge may have absorbed moisture, making it sticky. This does not mean that its consumability has changed. We recommend that you consume it immediately if it can be removed from the packaging. If removal is not possible, place the product in the freezer until it solidifies. It can then be easily removed from the packaging and consumed.