How to detect Fake Honey - It's everywhere, Use this simple Trick
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This great information about "HONEY PURITY"",was very helpful.But your remedies were,very poorly presented.......SOME RAW HONEY ~~~ SOME APPLE CIDER VINEGAR +++ "FOR HEALTH SAKE...SOME...SOME...SOME = WHAT????? WE NEED, EXACT QUANTITIES. Thank you,Mario (Canada)
This is misleading about the pollen. Pollen in the hive is not stored in the same place as honey. When the beekeeper harvests the honey they almost always keep pollen separate from the honey to be sold separately. So only raw honey with the pollen added has pollen in it and even that may not have it if not stated so on the label of a reputable supplier. To expect pollen in honey is not something one should do. I get raw honey non pasturised so that the probiotics are alive and eat pollen separate , that way you can dose correctly...
You write, "Recognize fake honey with one simple trick," and start out something akin to, (honey is a sticky substance that comes from bees... blather blather) Just tell me the simple trick, you hooked me. Then I will listen to you build on it. BUT, tell me one simple trick, blather on about everything but, I look down and see one simple trick is going to cost me 10 minutes of my life hearing a typical presentation for a seven year old. BYE.
I violated a long standing rule. I actually listened to a robot voice. Nobody likes robot vlices. Some people like me USUALLY turn it off when that insufferable computer generated vlice begins.
So. If youre after views, and everyone is.
STOP WITH THE ROBOT VOICE ALREADY!!!
This video is b.s. Filtered honey is not 'fake honey'. There is a special name for it. Ready? It's called 'filtered honey'. Is unfiltered honey better for us? Maybe. Maybe not. There has been NO research into this question, and just because a flakey natural foods website is making claims does not make those claims true.
Yes, I prefer raw honey. Unfiltered and unpasteurized. I think it tastes better. But filtered honey has its place too, especially for baking. Is there such a thing as 'fake honey'? Well, we don't know because the producers of this video were too cowardly to name names.
You are not coming to the point. Caption should be renamed, i guess.
Here is one very simple step to test if it is a pure honey or not, though there are many ways to prove it:
Take a teaspoon of honey, and put it in your tongue. The sweetness of Pure honey should not last more than 15 seconds!! If it last longer than that, or more than a minute, don't buy it...
I would rather have fake hamburger. They can make it as good as prime hamburger. But you can't even buy unless you're lucky and get some.. they only want to sell you garbage now from grass fed cows. And charge you more money for trash tasting meat!!! Oh well if you never had the truth you'll never know the difference....
There is no pollen in 75% of the so called honey on the shelves. However the story of removing the pollen
with very expensive filtration units is not happening. Instead it is all fake honey because those companies
are not going to spend that kind on money. They make it cheap and sell it cheap, meanwhile our honey producers
have to spend large amounts money to pay for and maintain strict regulations imposed on them by our Governments.
The imported fake honey has no restrictions and it's not even real.
Thanks for this great eye opener.
Just to add : there are 2 types of cinnamon. Ceylon and casia cinnamon. It is said that taking casia cinnamon for more than 6 weeks daily could be heavy on your liver. Taking a break from it for a couple of weeks before resuming seems to be a good idea. Also Dr Don Colbert recommends half a teaspoon (or so) after eating foods that spike up blood sugar e.g. pastas, white bread, msg... etc
Also, it is the casia which helps to lower blood sugars. The Ceylon is thought to have great benefits and can be taken every day as it has no side effects but does not have the active ingredient to lower blood sugars.
I use honey-my local beekeepers tree pollen honey-on any wound that gets a bit sore. Just wash the wound and smear a thin layer and try to keep the pets from licking it off. Within a few hours the soreness will disappear and the wound should nicely heal. If it gets sore again repeat the process. Once should do the trick.
Once opened real honey will crystalize with time. I have never refrigerated honey. I buy quite a bit from my local beekeeper in the spring and fall. If you open one and set it somewhere and forget about it, it will crystalize. Gently heat the honey jar in warm/hot water to de crystalize.Remember think before using chemicals on trees, flowers and lawns. Love our pollinators.
I will add a comment. shut the fuck up on your comments on the fake voice. blame your parents for not giving you the understanding of why a robot voice is used. is that all you dumb asses got out of this. must be using one of their drugs again making you dumb. you smoke cigs or drink alcohol? that's what keeps your limited understand in check.
I will never watch this channel --- I will never watch any channel that is too cheap and sleazy to use a real person and not a BOT to voice the information they stole from another source. You stole this script from other sites, it is obvious!
thanks i dont go to Any of those places. i also pay attention to sugar and limit that. honey is a source of sugar. buy the local beekeeper honey and not necessary in huge quantity. but beneficial to boost immune function specifically. this is my experience. immune function especially when oxidation.in the body is a concern eat a clean diet and organic oprions cranberries lemons organic matters. clean eating matters and im no perfection. doesnt make it any less true. very true about filtered and fake honey this is also issue in Maple syrup or fake pancake syrup and be reading labels agave too. if it says hfcs high fructose corn syrup say adios and good riddance from youre diet. advice is free. take it. leave it. do your own homework
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I seen this thing on the tube about all this fake food coming from China. Something like 80% of the honey in the stores is fake and from China. I go to a local farmer's market and get honey from a guy in town with a bunch of hives. It's pricey but....man it's good.
There are so many fake honey brands in our stores and they are all labeled as pure honey. I have always wanted to know how one can tell the difference. Thanks for this video but I wish there is a way one can tell from just looking so that we can stop wasting money on fake honey.
Alice Valentine IF THE HONEY WILL TURN INTO CRYSTALLINE STATE ITS PURE HONEY. IF IT WILL NOT AFTER SETTING A WHILE ITS BEEN ALTERED OR HAD ADDITIVES. The honey I buy is pure, unfiltered and raw. Has bits of the comb in it. I really like honest with a big chunk of comb in it, but almost need to find someone with own hives and package it themselves. I can’t recall the last time I saw any with the comb in it for sale in a store.
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If you can't find a local beekeeper, don't buy your honey in supermarkets, healthfood stores only. READ your labels and only buy organic and raw. The price is worth it. Also, research the company/brand.
I can testify that crushed garlic WORKS for dramatically improving your immune system. I used to get sick many many times each winter with every episode lasting about 3 weeks. This meant I was sick almost all winter every year. I crush 1-2 cloves and put in a little juice and chug it like a shot. If you do it in the evening of the days that you are off work then you won't be too stinky. Luckily my husband doesn't smell well. I don't get sick anymore, very rarely and I work around kids. I have never tried it with honey though that sounds yummy.
Filtrated honey isn't *fake* honey. It's simply processed honey. The real problem to watch out for are things called "honey sauce", which is mostly high fructose corn syrup mixed together with a small amount of honey for the honey flavor. But the ingredients list should tell you if there's anything other than honey in the container or package.
Not to repeat what everybody here is saying, but, if you cant find local honey find jars of honey that are solidifying. A little heat will melt the solid honey. But, why? I like eating the solid honey itself.