Wild Bee Honey
Product Description – “Menna Product” wild bee honey is 100% natural wild bee honey. Natural wild bee honey is a thick and sweet liquid with plenty of health benefits. It is a powerful antioxidant and less harmful than sugar. Wild bee honey color and taste depend on the flowers bees visit to collect the sugar.
Indulge in the pure sweetness of Wild Bee Honey sourced from wild bees. This pure and natural honey contains antioxidants and nutrients, offering a unique flavor profile and numerous health benefits. Enjoy it as a sweetener, spread, or ingredient in your favorite recipes. Experience the best of nature with Wild Bee Honey.
Use – Wild bee honey can be used for any treatment or as food.
Color of the product – 100% natural color, and no artificial preservatives have been added. Color and smell depend on the followers’ bees’ visit.
Things you should know about wild bee honey
Wild bee honey is not the one collected from bee farms. 100% natural wild bee honey collected from the honeycomb that honeybees built. They collect these flower nectar from different flowers in the forest where they roam. Raw bee honey is enriched with calories, Vitamins, and Minerals. Interestingly, no fiber or protein is available. The two organic compounds in wild bee honey make it a potent antioxidant. Moreover, antioxidants carry many health benefits to humans, such as protection from heart disease and strokes.
Some studies conclude that natural bee honey may benefit lipid profile by improving HDL (good cholesterol) and reducing LDL (bad cholesterol) and Triglycerides 1. Wild bee honey is also potent in increasing endurance, preventing arthritis, and wound healing.
Though it is natural, bee honey also contains sugar, increasing your blood glucose but still lower than refined or made sugar.
The difference between 100% wild (natural) bee honey and farm bee honey
Wild bee honey has a natural collection process, an age-old process in Sri Lanka. We collect wild bee honey from natural honeycombs in several dry regions of Sri Lanka. The process was 100% free from human involvement until bees made it in the honeycomb. So here, people involve only in the last cycle of collecting bee honey from the comb. Thus, bees collect the flowers’ nectar from different wildflowers, unlike farm-made bee honey.
Moreover, in bee farms, farmers place honey or sugars for bees to collect, and from that, bees make honeycombs where the process is not 100% natural. So, bees live on human-made farms containing honey or sugar to make honey from the farm, which farmers arranged.