As the name indicates, this honey comes from nectar gathered by bees from different plants, both cultivated ones and those growing in meadows, forests, lowlands and mountains. Its colour is light creamy or sometimes pale yellow. It crystallizes quickly, turning to light grey or light brown. It has a characteristic rather strong waxy aroma, dependent on the mixture of nectar brought to the hive. The curative properties of this honey depend on the plants the nectar has been collected from. Multiflower honey is also used as a remedy to treat allergies since it contains pollens that act as antigens. It is particularly applicable in respiratory allergic diseases such as asthma or hay fever. In addition, this kind of honey has a high content of silicon, an element necessary for the proper functioning of the circulatory system, as well as the renewal of the skin, hair and bones.