Wild Honey

Differences Wild Honey and Farm Honey

Wild Honey
Honey is a nutritious food that is highly beneficial to the human body. Aside from being a power enhancer honey also contains a variety of vitamins, mineral and enzymes that are beneficial to health and often we find honey for skin care.

Popularity honey high as medicinal honey benefits makes the need increases. Besides obtained from nature, many people raise bees for honey taken. Then what is the difference between livestock and wild honey? Here is the review

1. Types of bees
Between wild honey and honey bees livestock different types. Honey cattle from Apis cerana type or apis melifera while wild honey from Apis dorsata which is a type of type of bee that can not be farmed (wild honey). The different types of bee hive and produce nectar which of course produces different colors and different flavors of honey.

2. Environmental bee
Flavor of honey depends on the environment in which animals they bred. Usually bees bred in the orchard, rubber or corn. Type of Apis dorsata honey bees is producing wild honey in search of food from a variety of forest trees. Because the forest is in the so-called organic honey because honey is not polluted chemicals, unlike bees are livestock in plantations may have been using chemicals to combat pests.

3. The difference in taste and color
Bee farm is cultivated in longan orchard will have a flavor similar to longan, kapok honey bee is derived from the kapok tree plantation forests while honey is multi-flora which generally do not have a specific flavor. Of color, wild honey granules and usually contain little more turbid or even white color while the honey farm is generally smooth and uniform.

4. Differences water content standard
bee nest cattle are given in the boxes that protected animals while bees make nests in rocks or trees open the water content of honey is more forest than honey livestock especially in the rainy season. The water content is determined about 21 % for wild honey and livestock while 24 %.

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