Indulge in the great essence of honey in its purest form by savoring a magnificent piece of unprocessed honeycomb carefully procured from Hungary. Whether lathering it on freshly baked bread, incorporating it into your salad, or relishing it directly with a spoon, the beeswax is entirely edible, allowing you to revel in this natural delight.
Why do bees make honeycombs? Honeycomb is like the rooms in a bee house where bees live. The honeycomb is made up of hexagonal cells that have different jobs. The queen bee lays her eggs in some cells called brood cells, which are taken care of by worker bees. The brood cells are essential for the future of the colony. Honeycomb is made of beeswax and raw honey. Beeswax has almost no nutritional value but is a good fiber source. Raw honey is very nutritious and has vitamins, enzymes, pollen, and antioxidants. The purest form of raw honey is inside the honeycomb cells because it has very little water and has a higher nutritional value. When honey is taken out of the comb and exposed to air, it absorbs more water, and the nutritional value is slightly lower. So, the honey still sealed in the beeswax honeycomb cells is the best form of raw honey!