Real Honey And Fake Honey
Generally people buy honey from grocery stores since it is said that they sell pure organic honey. Did you know that there is real honey and fake honey? Without knowing how to check the purity of honey, it will be difficult to tell and identify the difference. You can do this at home, but how? Here’s a guide on how to test the purity of honey at home using simple tests. Without distinguishing the difference between pure and fake honey, you will end up buying bad products.However due to an enormous demand for organic honey, grocery stores replace it synthetic honey made in factories.

Why is factory produced honey not good for you?

Processed honey loses almost all the nutrients in the manufacturing process and this is a normal part of the filtration process. However, this is not high-quality honey. The food industries practice ultrafiltration of honey in order to prevent the tracing of the geographical origin of the honey through pollen examination, according to the FSN.

Moreover Professor Vaughn Bryant claims that about 75% of honey which you can find on the market contains almost 0% of pollen.

Fortunately there are several tips which can help you recognize which honey is made in factories, and which one is natural raw honey.

What is Fake Honey?

On the other hand what you are likely to be consuming could be fake honey. So what is fake? Also called adulterated impure or artificial honey, this one has been added sugar syrups, molasses, corn syrup, dextrose, and other flavors and additives.In one of the tests postulated by GHgeochem, it is suggested that “If a pure honey has been adulterated with corn syrup, the isotope ratio will fall some way between the two values and hence adulteration will have been proved.” This clearly proves that most of the honey products that are claimed to be pure have corn syrup added to them.

What is Pure Real Honey?

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. It is not an easy task to know that this or that is fake or real. You will need tests to distinguish between the two since it has been found out that most of the products you see in stores are not really the organic product you are looking for.

How to Check the Purity of Honey at Home:

According to Natural Nigerian, most producers will dilute nectar-made honey with molasses and sugar syrup in order to boost their profits. To boost the thickness of the honey, some will add to it flour, sand, sawdust or even ground chalk. In order to check the purity of honey at home, here’s what to do.

The Thumb Test:

Here’s the procedure to do a thumb test:Put a small drop of the honey you have on your thumb;Check to see if it spills or spreads around;If it does, it is not pure;Pure honey will stay intact on your thumb.

The Water Test to Spot Fake Honey:

Here’s how to do the water test:

Fill a glass with water, Add one tablespoon of honey into the glass, Adulterated or artificial honey will dissolve in water and you will see it around the glass, Pure honey, on the other hand will settle right at the bottom of your glass.



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Generally people buy honey from grocery stores since it is said that they sell pure organic honey. Did you know that there is real honey and fake honey? Without knowing how to check the purity of honey, it will be difficult to tell and identify the difference. You can...