How to Detect Fake Honey (It’s Everywhere), Use This Simple Trick!

The best that nature can do and in the same time the healthiest is the Honey. It has a lot of helth benefits and it I used for different purposes. Honey is great for hair and skin treating. It has  magical taste  and it is popular at all ages, kids and adults.

However, honey represents a luxury in the home because it is very expensive.

Because of the expensive price, a lot of people when se an action, and a lower price they grab it. This is not the same organic honey that you shall buy.

As a result of the price, a lot of people cheaper honey, with chemicals inside.  It has been proven that 76% of honey in the markets is filled with chemicals.

The manufacturerers say that this process is needed in order to prevent “crystallizing and to prolong the shelf life of the product and”. Little do the consumers know that pollen is extremely important and beneficial to our bodies.

A case like this is Chinese honey, because it is poisoned with illegal antibiotics and several metals because producers are making honey on the way they know, not how shall be produced. And the origin is unknown.

In addition we are going to present you several brands that they’re origin is investigated and you can eat them.

Honey types sold at Walgreen’s and CVS Pharmacy do not contain pollen.

Certain packages of KFC and McDonald honey do not contain pollen.

Honey Winnie the Pooh which can be bought at Walmart does not have pollen.

77% of the honey sold at Costco, Target and Sam’s Club do not have pollen.

Apparently, adulterated honey is often sold in the supermarkets, so you should learn how to recognize it:

If your honey does not “crystallize” over time, there is a good chance it may be adulterated, since the pure one will crystallize when kept in the fridge.

Always read the labels: Always read the label on the honey, and if it contains commercial glucose or high fructose corn syrup, avoid it.

Add a few iodine drops into a glass of water and add in some honey afterwards. If your honey turns a blue colour it has been combined with corn starch.

Add a couple of drops of vinegar into a mixture of water with honey. If you see foam, your honey has been adulterated with plaster.

Burn the honey with phosphorus or a match, and if it ignites, it is pure honey.

Place a spoon of honey into a glass of water. In case the honey does not dissolve, it is pure. Fake honey or poor-quality honey dissolves in water due to the high aduletration.


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