LaMiol Honey Comb Trefle Clover 250g
- Benefits Cholesterol
- Protects the Liver
- Benefits Glucose Metabolism
- Good for Teeth
250g / Unit
HONEY COMB, THE NECTAR OF THE GODS:
Honeycomb, also called honey cake, the combs are cut into portions, directly from the frame. Honey sits in the small honeycombs covered with beeswax. Since the honey contained inside the comb is well protected by the soldier bees, it means that it’s not contaminated or touched by any other living creatures including human. It is so marvelous that stored and produced by the bees inside the comb are pollens, propolis, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, enzymes and aromatics. At this time, it is still impossible for human technology to replicate how the bees process and produce them. It’s no wonder why the ancient Greeks called it, “the nectar of the gods”.
HOW HONEY COMB IS PRODUCED:
In the hive, honeybees are constantly at work. Before they can produce honey, bee pollen or royal jelly, the bees must construct a honey comb in which to store these products. With amazing precision, worker bees form six-sided honey comb cells from wax they secrete from glands. When the cells are complete, the bees gather pollen from local blooms and turn it into honey, storing it in the honey comb cells. Honey comb is precious and since Honey bees consume about 8.4 lb (3.8 kg) of honey to secrete 1 lb (454 g) of wax to build the comb, and only the freshest combs will be sold by La Miel.
Cut a bite-sized piece of honeycomb from the block. Pop it in your mouth and chew it like chewing gum. This will release all of the honey. You can eat the wax if you like, or remove it once the honey is gone. It definitely tastes great.