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In Ancient Egypt Honey was a currency for all trades, used for measuring its worth relative to other objects and commodities. It was used to pay taxes and, as a kind of tribute from the various provinces to the pharaoh.

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In ancient times honey was considered a prestige food, symbol of wealth, health and happiness and even an elixir of immortality.
Modern archaeologist excavating Egyptians tombs have often found something unexpected amongst the tombs artifacts: pots of honey, thousand of years old and yet still preserved.
One of the cases dates back to 1922 when during archaeological excavation of King Tutankhamun’s tomb was found ceramic jar of honey. The archaeologists tasted it, and to their amazement found it to be sweet and edible – 3000 year old honey still edible.

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According to USA National Institutes of Health – Honey is a complete meal. It contains major components of a meal and micronutrients that will enhance digestion and absorption of this major dietary components, as well as this required for metabolism and body functions.

Honey includes main compounds, such as proteins, vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and organic acids. Raw honey also consists of flavonoids, fructose and glucose as the last two are the most important sugars of honey and may be contributed to the most of the nutritional and physical effects of honey.

Many experts may agree or disagree is honey complete food or not. However Raw honey is certainly one of the many great foods the nature has given us to life stronger and better.  

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Interesting facts #1 Royal Jelly 🐝

•The Queen Bee, which feeds on

ly on royal jelly lives from 6 to 10 years, while ordinary worker bees live up to 45 days.
•The Royal Jelly – feeding mother (QueenBee) lays up to 2,000 eggs a day, which exceeds her ownweight. And all her life she lays over 3 million eggs, which is about 2,000 times her own weight.

•In their first three days, the newly hatched larvae feed on royal jelly, but only those that continue to be fed with it and placed in larger cells develop as queen bees, the rest become worker bees.
•To date, no natural product has been found that contains as many vitamins as royal jelly.