The reason behind the crystallization of honey is an ultra-saturated combination of two sugars, glucose and sucrose, and contains at least 80% carbohydrates and about 20% moisture.
That’s more sugar than can naturally remain dissolved. So, naturally, crystals begin to form over time.
To stop crystallization and make honey more transparent it passes from the heating process and pasteurization process as well as other varieties of processes that may remove beneficial nutrients.
SOSE Honey is only strained before it's bottled, which means, it retains most of the beneficial nutrients and antioxidants that it naturally contains.
The process of naturally present elements transformation, the components of honey never go bad. Honey does settle, Harden and becomes cloudy over time. Nutritionally, there is nothing wrong with crystallized honey.Benefits :-
Honey offers a powerhouse of health benefits. According to Ayurveda, below are some of the health benefits offered by honey.
- Honey penetrates deep into the body, improving bio-availability of substances taken with it. Hence, many Ayurvedic medicines are adviced to be taken with honey.
- Honey also has natural anti-bacterial properties, and is useful to treat respiratory infections.
- Honey is good for skin, vision, voice quality and digestive fire.
- Honey is a great detoxifier, it cleans the inner channels of the body.
Natural HoneyHow to Use :-
Honey may be added to cool drinks or foods such as milk, fruit or yoghurt. It may also be consumed with lemon, turmeric or ginger during periods of illness.
Precautions – Honey should not be heated or added to hot drinks. According to Ayurveda, heating honey creates toxins in the body.
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