Just Released: Rare Super-Honeys with Astonishing Health Benefits from Sacred, Secluded Mountains in Greece Now Available in North America for the First Time!

This Incredible Honey Can Treat Damaged Skin, Regulate Digestion and Help Prevent Ulcers, Colds and Flus

Introducing Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey

Harvested by Beekeepers in Pristine Monastic Lands so Protected, They Even Escaped Bombing by Nazis During WWII

One thing every culture agrees on about Mount Athos is that it is a special place on Earth.

Commonly referred to in Greek as the ‘Holy Mountain’, it’s a land protected from the outside influence of corporate greed.

The epic poet Homer even cited Mount Athos in The Iliad. Greek mythology tells that the giant Athos hurled a rock at Poseidon, god of the sea, and that rock formed this sacred mountain.

The mountain sits on the northern peninsula of Greece. It’s a place that people like you and me can’t simply visit. Special permits restrict the number of daily visitors to the mountain and permission is often denied.

Although it’s been inhabited since ancient times, Mount Athos currently hosts 20 Christian monasteries that govern themselves apart from the rest of Greece, similar to how the Vatican operates in Rome. Christian tradition teaches that the Virgin Mary blessed Mount Athos and that God consecrated it to be her garden. Beginning in the fourth century or possibly before, Mount Athos attracted Christian monks and, over time, became off-limits to the rest of the world.

Here’s Why This Short History
of Mount Athos Matters

Mount Athos is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, due to its unique geology and Mediterranean climate. Thanks to its isolation, the vegetation is free from toxins and pollutants that are currently commonplace almost everywhere else in the world.

The mountain boasts huge forests full of productive chestnut trees. These chestnut trees produce blossoms in a truly natural, GMO-free, unpolluted environment.

This fertile territory can’t be used for farming though. The monks who control Mount Athos don’t allow it. They’re protective of the forest since it’s considered sacred to them.

There is one exception, one type of agriculture that happens in nature without damaging the forests...

beekeeping

The protected chestnut trees in the forests of Mount Athos are a honeybee’s love in life. More than any other blossom, bees adore the flowers of the chestnut tree. Beekeepers will move their hives nearer to chestnut trees whenever they want to strengthen the swarms. The bees become super-charged, and soon they even become aggressive around their beehive, collecting nectar every day even after sunset.

These bees make special honey from the chestnut blossom nectar in the forests of Athos. This nectar is extremely rich in trace minerals like potassium, magnesium, manganese and barium.

Not only that, but the honey also contains very strong tannins as well, due to the chestnut tree pollen so it packs a bit of a ‘punch’ with its strong taste.

Raw Chestnut Honey from Northern Greece Contains Supernatural Nutritional Value

Raw chestnut honey can accelerate healing of cuts and burns.

This honey is acidic, which promotes the release of oxygen from your blood. Applying it to cuts and burns gets them to heal faster because the honey creates a more favorable environment for tissue repair.

That might sound like an ‘old wives tale’ to some, but honey’s effectiveness has been supported by many major studies. They show that it actually works better than antibiotic creams for healing mild cuts or even moderate burns.

Honey can kill ulcer-causing bacteria that’s grown resistant to traditional antibiotics.

Many reports show that honey works as a source of relief to patients suffering from ulcers. So many foods and environmental factors can cause ulcers that often antacids and antibiotics fail to alleviate the pain.

One tablespoon of this special honey per day could be the prescription for relief.

Pure chestnut honey works as a 100% natural source of digestive regulation.

It’s truly one of ‘Mother Nature’s probiotics’ because many honey-lovers report that chestnut honey aids their digestion. Patients claim that it eases upset stomachs and stops acid reflux.

This honey is a natural, delicious, risk-free line of immunity defense.

Just as raw chestnut honey contains antiseptic qualities that encourage healing skin wound, it is also effective for preventing common colds and the flu. Raw honey contains healthy bacteria that actually stimulate your immune system. Science has proven the presence of these probiotics in honey and demonstrated their power to the point where we can almost categorize raw honey as a medicinal food.

You’ll likely start sleeping easier than before once you eat this honey.

You know the sleepy feeling you get on Thanksgiving after eating a ton of turkey? That’s because of the same amino acid found in this wild chestnut honey: tryptophan. It causes natural, chemical reactions in your body that help your brain to relax and become drowsy.

This is all factual and wonderful, yet there’s still a major problem…

You Can’t Go to Mount Athos and Collect the Honey Yourself!

Not gonna happen.

That’s the bad news.

Here’s the good news though…

As of Today, You Don’t Have to Bribe a Monk to Bring You Raw Chestnut Honey from Mount Athos in Order to Get a Jar of Your Own

Thanks to the latest release by Activation Products: Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey.

PanaBee Honey

Now you can order a jar of this amazing super-honey from the comfort of your own home and have it delivered to your doorstep.

This is not your ordinary supermarket honey. Today you can order the purest form of honey in the world, found only in a region you’d probably never be able to visit yourself.

Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey is raw.

That means it hasn’t been heated, filtered, creamed or irradiated. It’s been strained is all, and all of the healthy bacteria are still in it.

It’s also organic, which means it’s completely free of pesticides, GMOs and antibiotics.

As I’m sure you’ve already guessed though, the supply of this honey isn’t unlimited. You’ve just read about how special this honey is and how difficult it is to acquire it.

Activation Products has done the hard work for you, and that deserves a round of applause for doing what other honey suppliers are unwilling to do.

Due to the difficulty of making this unique honey available in North America, the price tag could be $100 per jar, and it would still sell like crazy.

Fortunately for you, we chose not to do that. You can get it today for a much lower price than that. The full retail price of Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey is $59.95 per jar.

Today it’s available to you for 33% off as an early bird special, but it’ll only last as long as the warehouse has stock on this first batch.

Our invitation to you today is to order your own jar before we run out.

Hundreds of honey connoisseurs are flocking to this web page in hordes and placing orders like crazy. They are accessing this web page right now and orders are coming in constantly. This honey is proving to be a success beyond anything we initially planned. It’s gone viral!

Our warehouse is starting to complain about being able to keep up with the orders because we’re so overwhelmed.

The truth of the matter is, we may only be minutes away from having to pause all orders on this web page…

Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey is not sold in stores or anywhere else but this website.

Many more people are ordering our honey faster than we anticipated. Stock is already starting to run dangerously low and we could run out at any moment.

The fact that you’re seeing this means that we haven’t run out yet, so now’s your chance.

Order your own jar of Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey right now before the warehouse forces us to take this page offline to stop the flood of customers trying to order from us.

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We stand by our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. Either you love Panabee Wild Chestnut Honey, or we’ll refund the full price of the jar.

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