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Honeycomb is a natural product made by bees to store their honey, pollen and royal jelly. All of the honeycomb can be eaten — including the waxy cells and raw honey they contain.
Raw honey and beeswax are the two main components of honeycomb. Raw honey is rich in enzymes and antioxidants, all of which may benefit your well-being.
Honeycomb can be consumed in a variety of ways.
While you can eat it as-is, it makes for an excellent spread for warm bread or English muffins. Honeycomb may also be used as a sweetener in homemade desserts, or on top of pancakes, oatmeal, or yogurt.
An old Vermont remedy suggests that regularly chewing honeycomb during allergy season will alleviate sneezing, runny nose and watery eyes. Start chewing honeycomb a week or two before allergy season to keep allergy problems from starting.
Honey contains potassium, and bacteria cannot survive in honey because of this ingredient. Raw honey straight from the honeycomb is used to treat scarring. It's also popular as a facial moisturizer, a mask and a body scrub. Raw honey from the honeycomb is also used for many skin infections.
Enzymes & Vitamins
Honey straight from the honeycomb has all the main amino acids and necessary B, C, D and E vitamins. Honey also packs a punch of powerful and essential enzymes.
Overall Benefits & Energy
Raw, unprocessed honey from a honeycomb, is said to have a pronounced effect on a body, because of honey's antibiotic properties. It cleans the blood vessels and aids in digestion. Honey can be treated as an instant energy boost.