Filtered Flower Honey

Category: Honey

The honey that worker bees collect from flower nectars is called flower honey, which they accumulate in the hive by mixing it with their own enzymes. Filtered flower honey is obtained by filtering the glaze layer of flower honey ripening in the hive by various methods after removal. Filtered flower honey is one of the easy-to-eat honey varieties, which often contain no sediment because it is free of honeycomb. Filtered flower honey, which is a natural sugar, does not increase the sugar content in the blood, such as processed sugar, when added to food and beverages. Filtered flower honey, which has antibiotic properties, also strengthens your immune system.

Last updated: 09 - Jun - 2021