Some interesting information about honey and bees:
There are around 25,000 species of bees, many of which are threatening to end unfortunately.
About 80 percent of the food items in the supermarket are the result of the pollination of bees.
The first evidence of collecting honey by humans is found in 6000 BC. It is depicted in a cave paintings of the spider cave in Valenciana, Spain.
To make 500 grams of honey, bees have to wander 1 million times in search of pollen, which is equal to 1.5 times of the whole earth.
Honey is such a substance, whose chemical structure is very similar to that of a person's blood.
The effect of honey on the body is quite dependent on its method of use. That is, if you eat honey directly, its effect will be different, with hot water or cold water, it will be affected differently.
In yoga, we want you to take it with lukewarm water, because with lukewarm water it opens up our system.
One thing to keep in mind is that never put honey in boiling water, and never cook it, because after reaching a certain temperature some part of honey becomes poisonous. Therefore, the water in which you put honey should be boiling and not lukewarm.