Thyme Honey

In ancient Sparta, Karnos was the god of fertility and the harvest, often associated with Apollo. The Spartans celebrated Carneia, an important religious festival held in the month of Karneios (end of August-beginning of September), dedicated to Karnos.

Karnos thyme honey would be an excellent substitute for ambrosia, the food of the gods in ancient Greece, which made them immortal.

Bearing a purple line on the packaging, symbolizing its origin of thyme, the famous aromatic herb, Karnos thyme honey might not grant immortality but will certainly be a healthy and nutritious addition to everyday diet.


Nutrition Facts:
Wild thyme honey is a superior quality product, as it is considered the finest and most renowned honey of Greece. It has strong antiseptic value, as well as benefits for the upper respiratory and digestive tracts.

Thyme is one of the best antiseptic and tonic herbs and probably the plant with the most beneficial properties. It contains essential oil, of which the main ingredient is thymol (above 25%). Thymol is antiseptic and was a predecessor of the modern antibiotics. Thyme’s extract:
– can, among others, prevent colds, intestinal disorders and skin infections
– is antispasmodic of digestive tract, helps digestion and calms the nervous contractions of the stomach and bowel
– helps reduce stress and mental depression.


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