Honeycomb is a real delicacy
Honeycomb: a natural form of honey! It was consumed in this form until the 20th century. Honey enclosed in beeswax cells built by bees and covered with white beeswax: this is honeycomb. This is a completely natural honey, free of any intervention. It is mainly made from acacia honey (by beekeepers) because it keeps the honey liquid for a long time and the acacia blossom scent is also long-lasting.
Honeycomb can be bought stored in honey or packaged as natural honey slices.
To consume: cut off a small piece of the honeycomb and put it in your mouth, squeezing the honey out of the spleen cells. You can chew the beeswax for as long as you like. if it no longer tastes good, you can throw it away, but you can also swallow it in small pieces or whole.
You can't eat too much of it, 40-50 g at most, because (like honey in general) it fills you up quickly! Soak up some spleen honey on autumn-winter evenings! Its beneficial effects are enhanced by the pollen and propolis residues in the beeswax.
In the treatment of respiratory diseases (nasal congestion, sinusitis, hay fever, etc.), spleen honey is an excellent remedy, as it opens the sinuses of the skull, which are blocked by the hurts.