If you are a regular consumer of honey, it may seem simple for you to see honey everywhere and consume it either in breakfasts or in recipes. But honey is much more than just a simple natural food or sweetener. Our ancestors had used honey to get strength, energy, and health for themselves for thousands of year. Honey has been humankind’s magic potion and will continue to be.
When you read some facts about honey we sorted for you, you will be both surprised and happy to know these facts. Of course, if you are a regular Haughton Honey consumer.
– Natural Honey is the only food source produced by an insect that humans eat.
– Worker honey bees transform the floral nectar into honey by adding enzymes and reducing the moisture.
– A single worker bee must gather nectar from two million flowers to make 0,45 gram of honey.
– A single worker bee has to fly about 150.000 kilometers for producing 0,450 grams of honey. That makes three times around the globe.
– A single worker bee can produce only 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in its entire life.
– A single honey bee visits 50 to 100 flowers in a single fly.
– Honey has always been highly regarded as a medicine for sore throats and digestive disorders to skin problems and hay fever.
– Honey has antiseptic properties. Our ancestors used honey as a cover for wounds and a first aid treatment for burns and cuts.
– Honey has natural fruit sugars: fructose and glucose. These are quickly digested by the body.
– Honey has an endless shelf life. In Egypt, a 2000-year-old jar of honey was found in an Egyptian tomb and researches said it tasted delicious!
– Honey has long been used as a beauty treatment. Cleopatra owed her beauty to daily beauty ritual by honey.
– Honey is the only food that contains “pinocembrin”, an antioxidant associated with improved brain functioning.
Buram Honey Turkey is one of the most prominent and trustful providers for honey products among the world’s natural honey producers.
You can order Burambal products from its website or you can buy it from many markets in Europe.