Honey use and production has a long and varied History in many cultures. Honey has associations as both food and medicine. People have been using Honey for its antibacterial properties since the ancient times, and in fact, the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians documented the healing properties of Honey as early as Aristotle in 384 BC.
Honey is a truly remarkable substance made even more extraordinary by the process with which it is made. Bee experts assert that it takes 60,000 Bees travelling almost 55,000 miles to extract enough nectar for 1 pound of Honey. This blend of sugar, trace enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and beneficial plant compounds is quite unlike any other sweetener on the planet.
The physical properties of Honey vary, depending on the specific flora that was used to produce it, as well as its water content. Honey has high levels of monosaccharides, fructose, and glucose containing about 70 to 80 % sugar, which gives it that
sweet taste. Honey also possess antiseptic and antibacterial properties In modern science we have managed to
find useful applications of Honey in chronic wound management.
• 100 % Pure Canadian Honey
• Store at room temperature to prevent crystalizing, [real Honey will crystalize]
• Crystallized Honey can be returned to its normal state by placing jar in hot water
[48 c] for about 15 minutes