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Honey in Green Tea

Honey and green tea are both well-known for their health benefits, but did you know that they work even better together? That’s correct, it indeed benefit your health.

Green Tea

First, let’s talk about green tea. Green tea is packed with antioxidants called catechins, which have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, as well as lower cholesterol levels. It also consist of caffeine, which can boost energy and focus.


Next, let’s consider honey. Honey is an organic sweetener which has been used for hundred of years for its healing properties. It is full of  antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. It has many antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits and properties.


When you combine both, you get the best health results. The antioxidants in green tea work to neutralize harmful free radicals in the body, while the antioxidants in honey help to protect cells from damage. Together, they may help to strengthen the immune system and improve overall health.

One of the most prominent results of this combination is its positive effect on obesity. Green tea’s caffeine content can help to increase metabolism and help in weight loss. Honey performs better to curb cravings and suppress appetite.

Other best benefit is that they can improve digestion. The enzymes in honey can help to break down food, while the antioxidants in green tea can help to reduce inflammation in the gut. This can help to alleviate digestive disorders like bloating and constipation.

So, next time you’re looking for a healthy and delicious way to boost your health, try adding a spoonful of honey to your cup of green tea. You’ll be getting the benefits of both and you’ll be acquire better health.

In conclusion, Honey and green tea are both great for your overall health, but when combined they work even better together. Apart from improvements in digestion this can also boost immune system. So, next time you’re looking for a healthy and delicious way to boost your health, try adding a spoonful of honey to your cup of green tea.

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small bee honey

There are many species, some of them are small, some larger. Apis floera & Apis andreniformis are the small bee or dwarf honey (Giant honey bee are known as Apis dorsata). It is also called as dwarf honey. These honey bees origin are eastern tropical Africa and spread from there to Europe and eastwards into Asia. These stingers are too short to penetrate the mammal’s skin and that’s why mostly it is known as the stingless honey bee.

Apis floera & Apis andreniformis can produce around 350 grams to 1 kg honey in a year. Because of the less production of quantity, the prices are usually very high in the market. Apis floera (small bee) have small colonies compare to Apis Dorsata (giant bee). They have fewer numbers of defensive workers which makes them more venerable to the predators.

Honey that produces by Apis floera (small bee) has been mostly used in traditional medicine. That is why it has gained popularity and considered as superior in quality. Because of the presence of a higher amount of glucose oxidase (the enzyme responsible for its antibiotic activity) has scientifically proven its medical value.

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There are some surprising facts about honey, many of us don’t even know about.

Honey is heated to a substaintial centigrade and therefore honey lost its substaintional health benefits.

Why is honey heated in the first place?

There are two main reasons, first most commercially sold honey has probably been heated substantially (perhaps up to 165F – 73,89ºC). It melts the crystal, separates the impurities and kills every unsafe bacteria. Yes! it affects the honey – Makes the flavor mild a bit and color lighter a bit. Second, In the case of tree honey, it is possible the seller actually, heat the honey in order to separate the honey from the beeswax. The honeycomb is probably heated around 145F – 62,78ºC because, the wax is melted and float on the top for easy separation besides that if honey seller cold press the comb, honey will be extracted in less amount compare to heat extraction. This heating is strong and effects the honey. This process of extraction is known as heat extraction.

Heat Extraction of Honey
Honey has been melted, The wax is floating over the honey

What is the cold extracted honey?

Cold extracted honey is the process of extracting from the honeycomb without destroying the honeycomb, therefore, this process is only applied in case of farming honey. In farming honey, the comb is held in a wooden frame. A drum or container is designed to hold multiple of these honeycomb frame. The drum spins wooden frame of honey (either using an electric motor or using a manual hand machine) flinging the honey out, therefore wax stays intact with the comb, it is reused by the bees and most importantly all the health benefits stay in the Honey.

Farming Honey
Honeycomb in a wooden frame.
Honeycomb spinner
Honeycomb spinner drum