Eating raw honey has risk?
Raw honey is made by extracting honey from the honeycombs of the hive and pouring it over a mesh or nylon cloth to separate the honey from impurities like beeswax and dead bees. Once strained, raw honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed. Sound perfect! But…..⠀
The presence of pollutants such as pesticides in the beekeeping environment is one of the most serious problems that can potentially affect the development of honey bees and become a chronic damaging factor to honey bee populations. On top of that, honey that we collect may get polluted too.⠀
Bees produce honey by converting the nectar that they take from flowers. They also drink water and breathe in air, which may be polluted. Since bees generally fly around and visit a large number of flowers from their hive in search of nectar, pollution over local will direct impact the honey they produced.⠀
Thus, a proper testing in laboratory is important. Each batch of honey collected should be tested to ensure the healthy safety of products and a high level of quality as the environment may change rapidly.⠀
With the above, is better to be more caution. Look for trusted and certified honey in order to enjoy the pure benefits of it without “extra threat”.
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