Honey Digest
  • Honey Digest

Honey Digest

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Mixture of Italian wildflower honey with vegetable extracts of Fennel, Anise, Coriander, Cumin, Caraway, Angelica, Melissa and Mint.


CONTENT: 10 single-dose sachets of 10 g
250 g jar

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Honey Digest is a natural preparation for a drink with a beneficial action on the digestive system.

Soluble in lukewarm water, Honey Digest is indicated for digestive difficulties, bloating and abdominal colic, with or without gas production.

It can be taken daily after meals, after a particularly abundant meal or in the presence of aerophagia, meteorism, dyspepsia or abdominal colic.

The notes of Fennel and Anise accompany the sweetness of honey, making the drink pleasant, fragrant and thirst-quenching.


Take advantage of the benefits of natural extracts while enjoying the pleasure of a honey-flavored drink!


CONTENT: 10 single-dose sachets of 10 g
250 g jar

Directions: to obtain a tasty drink, dissolve a sachet or a teaspoon of product in a cup of hot or lukewarm water; we recommend the use of 1 or 2 sachets or teaspoons per day preferably after meals. diluted in lukewarm water.


"Digest" because the product is a set of natural extracts that promote digestion and avoid all the symptoms related to dyspepsia.

In fact, the substances contained in Honey Digest also have carminative, antispasmodic and myorelaxant properties: they help, that is, to reduce the phenomena of aerophagia and meteorism, abdominal colic and to relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract.

For a digestion that is not felt and that does not hinder your daily well-being!


Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a plant belonging to the Umbelliferae family. Fennel is known in phytotherapy for its digestive, carminative and depurative properties.

As a matter of fact it promotes digestion, it also helps to reduce fermentative processes in the colon and to relax smooth muscles. For these reasons, fennel is also used in the treatment of colic (already in pediatric age), dyspepsia, aerophagy and meteorism.


Anise (Pimpinella anisum L.) is a plant belonging to the Umbelliferae family, whose seeds are used. Like Fennel, Anise boasts important eupeptic properties: it helps, that is, to promote a correct digestion. Moreover, in synergy with Fennel, Anise helps to reduce intestinal fermentation and, for this reason, it is also used in the treatment of meteorism and aerophagia.


Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is a plant belonging to the family of Apiaceae. Used in cooking by virtue of its aromatic qualities, Coriander is also one of the best natural remedies against abdominal colic, dyspepsia and swelling at gastric and intestinal level. In fact, Coriander has a carminative and antispasmodic action, reducing the formation of gas and intestinal spasms just like Fennel and Anise.



Cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.) is a herbaceous plant coming from Syria and belonging to the Apiaceae family. Just like Fennel, Anise and Coriander, Cumin is also used in phytotherapy for the treatment of digestive difficulties, aerophagia, meteorism and abdominal colic.
Moreover, Cumin seems to be one of the best natural remedies to fight halitosis.


Caraway (Carum carvi), is another plant of the Apiaceae family.
Known and used for centuries for their spasmolytic and disinfecting properties, seeds of Carvi favor the secretion of gastric juices (therefore promoting digestion), reduce the formation of intestinal gas and act as a calming agent against cramps and intestinal colic.
In synergy with the other extracts contained in this preparation, Carvi is an excellent ally for eliminating bloating and feeling of heaviness.


Angelica (Angelica archangelica L.) is a plant belonging to the Apiaceae family. Rich in coumarins, Angelica also has prokinetic, carminative and spasmolytic properties.
Even Angelica, therefore, is indicated to contrast dyspepsia, intestinal cramps, sense of heaviness and lack of appetite.


Lemon Balm.
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) is a herbaceous plant of the Lamiaceae family. Besides sharing the antispasmodic and carminative action with the other plants mentioned, Lemon Balm is one of the natural remedies against nausea.


Mint is a herbaceous plant extremely common in our territory as well and belongs to the Labiatae family. Among its many beneficial properties, those concerning the gastrointestinal apparatus stand out. In fact, Mint has a myorelaxant action which improves the conditions of the esophagus and the intestinal peristalsis. Moreover, by also relaxing the tissues of the gallbladder, it improves the flow of bile and, consequently, hepatic health. Besides helping digestion, Mint is widely used as a natural remedy against nausea and halitosis, also in the form of herbal tea.

Ingredients: Italian honey 95%, plant extracts of: Fennel 1% (Foeniculum vulgare Mill) Anise (Pimpinella Anisum L.), Cumin (Cuminum cyminum L.), Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.), Caraway (Carum carvi. L) Angelica (Angelica archangelica L.) Melissa (Melissa officinalis L.) O.E. Mint (Mentha arvensis L), O.E. Fennel, O.E. Anise, in varying proportions.


average content per 100 g
Energy 330,8 kcal
1405,9 kj
(of which saturated fatty acids)
0 g
0 g
(of which sugars)
82,2 g
61,1 g
Protein 0,5 g
Salt 0,08 g
The salt content is due exclusively to
sodium naturally present

Warnings: product subject to natural crystallization.

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