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    Raw vs Unpasteurized Honey

    What is the difference between raw honey and unpasteurized honey? I know they are different because i have a bottle of each of them the raw one crystalizes and turns hard when its coll,the unpasteurized and pasteurized honey stays liquid, what is the difference in terms of health, and physical differences? if someone has a website or wants to type it all out that would be great.



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    Raw Honey - An Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral, Anti-Fungal Substance

    The health benefits of honey - like all foods - depend on the quality of the honey. But in this case, the situation is even more extreme, because the pollen that collects on the bees' legs as they move from plant to plant is only as healthful and as diverse as those plants. In addition, the processing of honey often removes many of the phytonutrients found in raw honey as it exists in the hive. Raw honey, for example, contains small amounts of the same resins found in propolis. Propolis, sometimes called "bee glue," is actually a complex mixture of resins and other substances that honeybees use to seal the hive and make it safe from bacteria and other micro-organisms. Honeybees make propolis by combining plant resins with their own secretions. However, substances like road tar have also been found in propolis. Bee keepers sometimes use special screens around the inside of the hive boxes to trap propolis, since bees will spread this substance around the honeycomb and seal cracks with the anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal resins. The resins found in propolis only represent a small part of the phytonutrients found in propolis and honey, however. Other phytonutrients found both in honey and propolis have been shown to posssess cancer-preventing and anti-tumor properties. These substances include caffeic acid methyl caffeate, phenylethyl caffeate, and phenylethyl dimethylcaffeate. Researchers have discovered that these substances prevent colon cancer in animals by shutting down activity of two enzymes, phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C and lipoxygenase. When raw honey is extensively processed and heated, the benefits of these phytonutrients are largely eliminated.


    don't refrigerate it, not necessary since it's an antibacterial substance.
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    Thanks, that's a pretty good link, even though it doesn't talk much about unpasteurized honey, it looks like raw is better.
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    Yes raw is a LOT better for your body than pasteurized honey. When you heat the honey, it automatically takes out the nutrients. Though I don't particularly enjoy the taste of raw honey, but that's just me. -.-
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    Thanks I agree pasteurized is bad. But unpasteurized isn't so bad I think? Not sure, but I will try raw to see if it's any better in taste and other stuff.
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