Posted: 08/01/2015 at 09:04
Try to buy local raw honey which has not been heated or fine filtered These two processes remove many of the beneficial enzymes and many beekeepers do this. Pollen is removed and honey is warmed. If honey is warmed to 40 deg C, then there is not much left in the way of 'goodness'. If you can, talk the beekeeper, he/she will be able to tell you about the process they used to extract the honey. Raw honey should be kept in the fridge ... the pollen it contains may make it ferment at room temperature. It is very good for you.