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Natural Wild Honey

Why would the honey crystallise?

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This phenomenon occurs in most unheated and unprocessed honey. Some consumers may think that the honey crystallised due to additional sugars added or because the bees were fed with sugar.

However, it is actually a natural phenomenon. Factors that lead to Crystallisation: (a) low storage temperature (below 13℃) or/and (b) the content of natural glucose in the honey at 60% or above.

How can I consume my Honey?

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- You can drink it by preparing the honey with warm water (<70℃), and then drinking it either warm or cold.

- You can eat it directly from the spoon, especially if you are having a sore throat or mouth ulcer.

- You can add warm water and prepare it in a more saturated /syrup form and eat it with fruits, pancakes, wafers or bread.

- You can use honey as a substitute for sugar in food or drinks, eg coffee or tea.

What is the white layer above the honey? Can we eat it?

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This is a common occurrence known as the fermentation of natural wild honey as it does not go through an artificial heating process. The white layer is due to the presence of enzymes, which form when air bubbles from the enzymes float to the surface. Along the way, these bubbles trap pollen and create foam. This layer is also known as a pollen ring.

How old before a child can start drinking honey?

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The digestive system of a baby is still not very developed under the age of 1 year old, so we suggest introducing honey to your baby only after 1 year old.

This is also because honey may contain spores of bacteria that can cause Botulism. This does not mean that our honey supply is contaminated - these bacteria are harmless to adults and children over the age of 1.

Why are there so many different types of honey?

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- Honey is categorised according to the environment which the honeycomb is collected from. They are monofloral, polyfloral and honey dewhoney (wild jungle).

a) Monofloral: bees collect nectar from an environment consisting of only one type of flower.

b) Polyfloral: bees collect nectar from an environment consisting of multiple types of flowers.

c) Wild jungle: bees collect honey from nectar and tree sap.

Will my back pain recover after drinking your honey?

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Natural wild honey is considered a natural food and not medicine. When taken daily, it can help to relieve and improve the condition. The effects and the recovery duration depend on each individual. If the condition is serious, please consult a medical doctor.

Can we drink your wild honey when coughing?

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You can drink honey when you are coughing. The antibacterial function of honey has a certain antitussive (stop coughing) effect and it can effectively kill the bacteria and viruses that cause sore throat.

For more serious cases, they may cough slightly more on the first day of drinking. On the second day, the more phlegm will be discharged and they will probably feel much better on the third day. *Please remember to drink honey (a natural superfood) long term to boost immunity.

Where does your company collect its wild honey from?

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Our honey is collected from South America, Africa and Southeast Asia. These honey are packaged in Indonesia and exported to Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

What is Natural Wild Honey and what makes it so special?

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Wild honey is natural honey that is produced by nature. The activity of bees is not controlled by humans. Hence, the honey produced is top quality. Our values are:

a) Source: Wild honey is generally obtained from large forests or from other unpolluted forests, mainly in South America, Africa, Egypt and Indonesia.

b) Quality: The concentration of wild honey is thicker because the bees use their wings to evaporate the water contained in the honey (less than 21%). Therefore, the nutritional value of natural wild honey is very high.

c) Original: Wild honey is only filtered, without any addition of artificial sweeteners or artificial colouring and preservatives.

d) Taste: Due to the difference in environment and nectar, the honey obtained contains different tastes, nutrients and colours. Natural wild honey tastes sweet, sour, acerbic and bitter.

After drinking wild honey, I need to use the toilet more frequently. Why?

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Yes, some people will use the toilet more frequently after drinking honey. This is because honey has natural enzymes, which are very good for bowel movements and detoxification.

Why does the same type of honey have different concentration levels?

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Natural wild honey is collected from different environments (different climates, forests, flowers etc.) and by different species of bees. Therefore the concentration, taste, nutrients and colour will be different. In addition, the honey is filtered after collection without any chemical processing, so the concentration of honey will be different.

Why does your honey not have an expiry date? How long can it be stored?

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Real honey which does not undergo any kind of processing and without added preservatives will never expire because honey has natural anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral effects.

Honey has been used extensively by the ancient Egyptians in their daily lives. They even painted it on mummies to function as a natural preservative.

When is the best time to drink your honey?

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We recommend consuming honey on an empty stomach in the morning and before going to bed at night. Drinking on an empty stomach in the morning allows our intestine to absorb the nutrients in the honey and to replenish energy. Drinking at night before going to bed can help with detoxification and improve sleeping quality.

Imperial Bird's Nest

How to choose a piece of quality bird’s nest?

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The most important criteria for choosing a piece of good bird’s nest are the raw material and the cleaning process of the bird’s nest. A perfect bird’s nest has to maintain up to 90% of its original form and substance. This will make sure that the texture is optimum and rich in nutrients. It also contains less impurities. Therefore, the cleaning process takes less work to clean up. A top-grade bird’s nest requires an expert to pick it by using the dry handpick method. This method uses the least water and requires faster speed in order to maintain the shape, texture and nutrients of the bird’s nest.

Why are there different prices of bird’s nest in the market?

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Different types of bird’s nest have different prices because the price comes from their value. In general, there are three different types of bird’s nest in the market. The first type is the unqualified bird’s nest. It contains excessive dirt that cannot be cleaned nor consumed.

Second type is a clean bird’s nest that contains 50% bird’s nest and 50% impurities. This type of bird’s nest needs to be cleaned by soaking it in the water and waiting for it to expand before picking out the impurities. The change of water throughout this whole process results in a loss of nutrients and is very time-consuming.

Third type is a perfect bird’s nest. It contains 90% bird’s nest and is easy to clean, without needing to soak in water, a professional will be using the traditional dry hand pick method to retain optimum nutrients and the firm shape of the bird’s nest.

Is bird's nest the more expensive the better?

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Not necessarily. In the past, there have been unscrupulous merchants that used fraudulent methods or techniques to process bird's nests and sell them at overly expensive prices to make huge profits.

The price of bird's nest should mainly be determined by its quality.

How long does the bird's nest need to be cooked?

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30 minutes will do for steaming bird’s nest. Bird’s nest itself melts easily when heated as it is made from swiftlets’ saliva. Over-steaming or heating may cause bird’s nest to melt and may affect its taste and texture.

How long does the bird's nest need to be soaked?

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For at least 4 to 6 hours to allow enough time for the nest to absorb water and expand.

Do I need to drain the water that is used to soak the bird's nest?

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We suggest keeping the water together with the bird’s nest as the nutrients of the bird’s nest has permeated into the water.

What is the best way to cook bird's nest?

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Steaming is the best way to cook bird’s nest. It helps to retain its natural eggy smell, dense material and delicate taste of the bird’s nest.

How long can steamed bird's nest be stored?

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Steamed bird’s nest can be stored in the fridge and is best consumed within one week.

When is the best time to consume bird's nest?

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We suggest consuming it in the morning or before going to bed. This is because morning is the best time for the human body to absorb all the nutrients. Consumption before going to bed can help relieve stress and improve sleep quality.

How old before a child can start consuming bird’s nest?

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The digestive system of a baby is still not well developed under the age of 1, so we suggest introducing bird's nest to your baby only after 1 year old.

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