The ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, and Romans used to mix honey with some herbs for wound healing and diseases related to intestinal problems. In ancient Greece, Aristotle confirmed that honey could be applied to the skin as a balm for would healing and eye pain. Over time, honey has been considered not only as a food but also as natural medicine (Ulloa et al., 2010). Likewise, some Peruvian chroniclers said that honey was considered an exquisite and natural food during the Inca empire. This Peruvian honey, with a slight taste to carob or mesquite, comes from the town of Chulucana at Morropon, Piura. The appearance of this honey is transparent. Honey is obtained as a product from bees after they gather nectar from flowers. It has therapeutic, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties. Additionally, natural honey might control blood sugar.
Keep in a cool and dry place.
It doesn’t require refrigeration.
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