As you would expect, real honey should not come from a factory but from bees. The most common references to real and pure honey are organic and natural honey. By just looking packaged honey on the shelves, it is almost impossible to tell whether the honey is fake or real. Pure honey is the natural product made by honey bees.
What is fake honey?
Also referred to as impure, artificial or adulterated, fake honey is ‘honey’ that has been added glucose, dextrose, molasses, sugar syrup, invert sugar, flour, corn syrup, starch, or any other similar product, other than floral nectar.
How can you tell the difference?
By examining the physical qualities of honey, it is very easy to know whether this is pure or impure honey. We are looking at simple ways by which an average day to day consumer can quickly tell if the honey he/she buying is fake or pure. Below are some of the main differences in properties that will help you distinguish between the real and unreal thing. It is very easy to notice the impurities although this may require some practice first.
As much as pure honey can benefit us and play an important role in our mental and physical health, it can be that much harmful and damage our body if it is impure.
Nowadays there are many products sold labelling as pure honey but they actually are not. So we cannot just believe what is it written on labels.
Something beyond what the labels tell us. In Honey case it is significant to know if the honey we tend to use as a healthy choice and one of the role playing factors to support & promote our healthy lifestyle in replacement of those harmful sugars is actually what we want other than to be a sugar loaded syrup. So follow tricks in this video to find out whether the honey you are using is real & pure or not.