Frequently Asked QuestionsCategory: HoneyHoney at a high temperature
Ganoderma Staff asked 2 weeks ago

Should honey be used at high temperatures?

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Ganoderma Staff answered 2 weeks ago

This is a question that everyone wonders? Our answer is “NO” because: Honey at high temperatures will break down the structures in the honey and cause honey to lose substance, possibly causing harmful toxins. human body. Using pure honey to drink is very good for the body, but if you use it in the wrong way, it is also dangerous.
Inherently honey contains many nutrients, minerals and vitamins that are very beneficial for the body, if you mix honey with boiling water at high temperature, it will lose the nutrients as well as the delicious taste of honey. Denatured bile is not working as well as you would expect. As a minor caveat, honey should not be used at high temperatures. The best water temperature to mix with honey is 35 degrees Celsius.

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