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Common Facts about Raw Honeycomb


The honeycomb is a series of organized, mostly hexagonal wax cells made by honeybees to store honey and pollen and keep their larvae. It is a creamy white to brownish (due to pollen oil and resins) natural architect usually built from up downwards containing raw honey and royal jelly.

For thousands of years, there have been several documented evidence of people who have savored the honeycomb delicacy. In recent times, honeycombs have made a good combination when taken with bread slices. Overemphasizing the beauty of this delicious bee-made meal is not possible because the health benefits are profound, most especially due to its vitamin-laden nature.