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We welcome you at the land of distinguished honey exporters Pakistan Bee Impex the blissful land of honey where we collect pure organic honey from our own-planted beehives. Being the largest bulk honey suppliers, it gives us immense delight to export our 100% pure honey all over the globe and thus giving every one the opportunity to taste the ever purest honey.
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About Honey

Honey is a sweet fluid made by honeybees using the nectar of flowering plants The story of honey is older than history itself. An 8,000-year-old cave painting1 in Spain depicts honey harvesting, and we know it's been used for food, medicine and more by cultures all over the world since.But honey isn't about humans. It's the natural product made by bees—one of our planet's most important animals. Honey bees visit millions of blossoms in their lifetimes, making pollination of plants possible and collecting nectar to bring back to the hive. Lucky for us, bees make more honey than their colony needs, and beekeepers remove the excess and bottle it. Just like they've been doing since the beginning of time.




Allah subhanahu wa ta’la ordered the bees to make honey which will be the healing for mankind. Let’s look upon the miracle of honey.

Benefits of using honey for health, face and skin

Honey is often described as the purest form of food. Bedsides from the taste, there is innumerable benefits for the human body.
  • Prevention of acid reflux

  • Fights acne and pimples.

  • Relief from cold and cough symptoms

  • Honey Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits Fighting Infections

  • May reduce the risk of cancer

  • Face and skin

how Honey is made

Why do bees made honey?

Honey bees collect nectar to create honey and store as food because it provides the energy for bees’ flight muscles and provides heating for the hive in the winter. Fortunately, honey bees will make more honey than the colony needs, so it is necessary for beekeepers to harvest the excess, which they bottle.

Made Naturally by Nature From Bee:

Honey starts as flower nectar collected by bees, which gets broken down into simple sugars stored inside the honeycomb. The design of the honeycomb and constant fanning of the bees’ wings causes evaporation, creating sweet liquid honey. Honey’s color and flavor vary based on the nectar collected by the bees. For example, honey made from orange blossom nectar might be light in color, whereas honey from avocado or wildflowers might have a dark amber color.

To Hive:

On average, a hive will produce about 55 pounds of surplus honey each year. Beekeepers harvest it by collecting the honeycomb frames and scraping off the wax cap that bees make to seal off honey in each cell. Once the caps are removed, the frames are placed in an extractor, a centrifuge that spins the frames, forcing honey out of the comb.

To Home:

After the honey is extracted, it’s strained to remove any remaining wax and other particles. Some beekeepers and bottlers might heat the honey to make this process easier, but that doesn’t alter the liquid’s natural composition.

After straining, it’s time to bottle, label, and bring it to you. It doesn’t matter if the container is glass or plastic, or if the honey is purchased at the grocery store or farmers’ market. If the ingredient label says “pure honey,” nothing was added from bee to hive to bottle.

forms of Honey

Most of us know honey as a liquid in a bottle, but there are lots of other ways to enjoy this natural nectar. Comb, crystallized, liquid, whipped, and beyond—it just depends on what texture and usage you’re looking for. Between the vast array of varietals and diversity of forms, there’s a perfect kind of honey out there for every occasion.

Varities Of Honey

The color, flavor, and even aroma of honey differs, depending on the nectar of flowers visited by the bees that made it. There are more than 300 unique and different types of honey each originating from a different floral source.Their shades range from nearly colorless to dark brown, while flavors go from subtle to bold; even the aroma of honey may be reminiscent of the flower. As a general rule, the flavor of light-colored honey is milder, and the flavor of darker-colored honey is stronger.
Varietal honey may be best compared to wine in terms of climatic changes. Even the same flower blooming in the same location may produce slightly different nectar from year to year, depending on temperature and rainfall. Pakistan is one of the top 5 biodiversity rich countries and is a hot spot for floral diversity. Although there are many different types of honey but some of them are written Below.

 

Varities Of Honey

 Acacia (Phulai) Honey  

 Sidr (Beri) Honey  

Orange Honey

Black Seeds Honey  

Saffron Honey 

Multi Flower Honey 

 Manuka Honey

Robinia Honey

White Honey

Wild Flower Honey

Buckwheat Honey

Avacado Honey

Sage Honey

Pine Nut Homey

Chemical Composition of Honey

Component
Average (%)
Range (%)
Water
17.2
12.2–22.9
Fructose
38.4
30.9–44.3
Glucose
30.3
22.9–40.7
Sucrose
1.3
0.2–7.6
Other disaccharides
7.3
2.7–16.0
Higher sugars
1.4
0.1–3.8
Gluconic acid
0.57
0.17–1.17
Acids (not including gluconic
0.43
0.13–0.92
Lactones
0.14
0.0–0.37
Minerals
0.17
0.02–1.03
Nitrogen
0.04
0.0–0.13

Nutrition Facts

One Table spoon of honey contain:

  • Calories: 64.
  • Protein: 0 grams.
  • Fat: 0 grams.
  • Carbohydrates: 17 grams.
  • Fiber: 0 grams.
  • Sugar: 17 grams.