What is a honeycomb?
Honeycombs are natural products made by bees, used to store honey and pollen or contain their larvae. It consists of a series of hexagonal cells made of beeswax, which usually contain raw honey. Raw honey is different from commercially available honey because it is not pasteurized or filtered.
The honeycomb may also contain some bee pollen, propolis and royal jelly, and these bee products themselves also have potential health benefits. However, these may only be found in small amounts.
You can eat the entire honeycomb, including the surrounding honey and waxy cells.
Raw honey has more texture and consistency than filtered honey. In addition, waxy cells can be chewed into a jelly.
Honeycomb is a natural product made by bees and used to store their larvae, honey and pollen. All honeycombs can be eaten-including waxy cells and the raw honey they contain.