How honey is made (attractive!)

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How honey is made (attractive!)

It takes about 60,000 bees, walks 55,000 miles collectively, and visits more than 2 million flowers to collect enough nectar to make a pound of honey.

Once the nectar is collected, the bee will store it in an extra stomach where it is mixed with the enzyme and then passed (by reflux) to the mouth of the other bee. This process is repeated until the nectar is partially digested and then deposited into the honeycomb.

There, bees use their wings to fan liquid nectar, help the water evaporate and produce thick substances, you know it is “honey.” The honeycomb is then sealed with liquid secretions from the belly of the bee, which hardens into beeswax. As Live Science reports:

“Away from the air and water, honey can be stored indefinitely, providing the bee with the perfect source of food for the cold winter months.”

The fact that you may not know honey

Honey, especially in its original form, offers unique health benefits that you may not know. Honey is a cough “medicine”

The World Health Organization (WHO) lists honey as a palliative, a substance that relieves mouth or throat irritation by forming a protective film.

Studies have shown that honey and dextromethorphan are common ingredients in over-the-counter cough medicines, which can alleviate a cough and related sleep difficulties caused by children with upper respiratory tract infections.

Wuhu Deli Foods Co., Ltd. is a factory specializing in bee products. It has 20 years of experience and works closely with more than 20 branches, joint manufacturers, distributors and more than 200 bee farms, and in natural honey, bee products, syrup products, A team of experts has been formed in the field of rice protein powder.

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