Cedar Honey is harvested from the Cedars of Tannourine.

Cedar honey produced in the cedar forests of Lebanon where the primary vegetation is the Cedar of Lebanon.

Cedar honey is produced mainly by the Lebanese bee strain called Apis Mellifera Syriaca. This is the only type of bee that can withstand the vast fluctuations in climate and temperature that are found in the high altitudes of the Lebanese mountains, where the weather can be very hot during the day and very cold at night. Although their production in terms of quantity is relatively lower than that of other strains of bees, they are still the most efficient in such an environment.

As with most other types of honey, there are natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatories in Cedar honey, making it an effective way to naturally boost the body’s immune system, fight infections that cause colds, soothe sore throats, help with digestion and fight the damage done by the free radicals that cause many diseases

Cedar honey is attributed with wound healing properties and is widely used in folk medicine.