Five benefits of honeycomb

It was quite popular that people love to eat yogurt with a tiny piece of honeycomb added to the top. It’s really a fantastic treat to your tastebuds.

In recent years, honeycomb is more and more popular. Why?

#1 Low chance of adulterated honey

Honeycomb is directly cut from bee hives and it’s never pressed, filtered or heated. When you are ready to serve it, you just cut a small slice, chew it and then swallow the waxy residue or spit it out. When compared to those bottled honey, honeycomb has not undergone and processing and this lowers the odds of adding sugar or artificial sweeteners to the honey by honey manufacturers

#2 More enzymes More antioxidants

As honeycomb does not go through any heating process, it retains the raw enzymes such as glucose oxidase. That’s why honeycomb possesses stronger antibacterial functions.

#3 No filtering More nutrients

It’s not possible that a comb of honey is added with artificial sweeteners or sugar, so all goodness of honey is still intact without being damaged, such as bee pollen, propolis and royal jelly, which are high beneficial to health.

#4 Good for cardiovascular health

The hexagonal shape of honeycomb cells is made of beeswax. After chewing a piece of honeycomb for a while, the gum-like residue is beeswax. Beeswax contains fatty acid and esters, which have been scientifically proven to be beneficial to cardiovascular health. (Caution: Do not swallow excessive amount of beeswax as it might cause digestive issues. )

#5 Satisfying mouthfeel

Cut a small slice. Put it into mouth. Chew it to extract the honey out. The mouthfeel is extremely satisfying and you cannot stop chewing until the last drop of honey is squeezed out. What an enjoyable journey for your mouth and tastebuds! If you want to feel it now, you could visit social media by searching hastags like #honeycombs.

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