Pure Honey Choice Grade

Code
00200103055426
Size:500g
R97.95
-+

Overview

  • Choice grade
  • Healthy sweetener
  • Contains all the natural beneficial properties

Description

Honeywood is a working honey farm which produces fynbos honey. Honey contains moisture, minerals, proteins and amino acids. Enzymes also appear in honey and are generally thought to be added by the bees as few plant enzymes have been found in honey. The sweet nectar is loaded with antioxidants that may help prevent cellular damage and loss within the brain. Honey's ability to help the body absorb calcium helps aid brain health.

Ingredients

Fynbos honey.

Directions

?Use it in your cereals, tea or smoothies, spread it over bread or eat it straight from the jar.

Dietary Summary

  • No Artificial Flavouring
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Preservative Free
 

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