Why we at Bee Conservation only produce raw honey.
Nutritious It has 22 amino acids, 31 different minerals and a wide variety of vitamins and enzymes needed by the body. The most impressive health benefit is the high content of its bioactive plant compounds, which have not been affected by industrial processing. The compounds called polyphenols act as antioxidants and have been shown to be anti-inflammatory.
Raw honey Is filtered through a cloth or nylon net to remove residues such as beeswax and dead bees, and then goes directly to jarring. This means that raw honey does not undergo the heating, pasteurisation and filtration processes used in industrial processing. Another essential difference between ordinary honey and raw honey is its pollen content. The pollen contains over 250 different nutrients, including amino acids, vitamins, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants. Pollen helps to fight inflammation, improve liver function and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Another important ingredient you can find in honey is an enzyme called Glucose oxidase, which helps in the production of molecules that give honey its antibacterial properties.