Urban Platter Natural Honey with Honeycomb is the healthiest honey & procured straight from the honeycomb.
Called the “nectar of the gods” by the ancient Greeks, honey in this natural form is till date consumed by many considering its Powerful and Surprising nutritional benefits.
Raw honey retains high levels of antioxidant and antibacterial activity as well as active healthy bacteria and enzymes.The natural vitamins and minerals in raw honey include calcium, iron, magnesium, sulphur, copper, manganese, zinc and potassium, plus Vitamin C, B1, B2, B3, B5 and Vitamin B6.
A scoop of raw honey in your smoothie adds sweetness, helps digestion and supports immune health. Eat raw honey straight from the spoon! Keep the wax in your mouth afterward and chew it like gum.
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Most Commonly known benefits of Honey with Honeycomb[Raw Honey]:
Honey contains potassium, and bacteria cannot survive in honey because of this ingredient. Raw honey straight from the honeycomb is used to treat scarring. It’s also popular as a facial moisturizer, a mask and a body scrub. Raw honey from the honeycomb is also used for many skin infections.
Enzymes & Vitamins
Honey straight from the honeycomb has all the main amino acids and necessary B, C, D and E vitamins. Honey also packs a punch of powerful and essential enzymes.
A big misconception about honey is that it is fattening. Honey can help a person lose weight, as it has properties that boost metabolism and fight fat.
Overall Benefits & Energy
Honey, especially raw, unprocessed honey from a honeycomb, is said to have a pronounced effect on a body, because of honey’s antibiotic properties. It cleans the blood vessels and aids in digestion. Honey can give a person an instant energy boost.
Honey has been used for many years to treat athlete’s foot, arthritis pain, yeast infections, hangovers, sore throats, insomnia and as a natural cure for cuts and burns.
The purest honey is from the honeycomb. Its ingredients include water, pollen, fructose, glucose, organic acids, proteins and enzymes.