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How To Check If Your Honey Is Pure Or Adulterated

Most of us often use Honey as a healthy alternative to refined sugar. Honey is fat-free, cholesterol-free, sodium-free and this liquid is rightly termed as nature's sweet nectar.The sweet, sticky thick liquid is no less than an elixir for us. But if you are planning to invest in honey in order to switch to a healthier lifestyle, you must first check its purity before buying. Yes, you read that right. Now that major brands including Dabur, Patanjali, and Emami have failed the purity test and traces of adulteration has been found in honey sold by these brands, you must know how to distinguish between pure or adulterated honey.Here are a few tips to test the purity of honey at home. Read on!

-The Thumb test:

Apply a small amount of honey on your thumb, check if it is spilling like any other liquid, if it does then your honey is not authentic. Honey is supposed to be thick and it doesn't drip.

-Water Test:

In a glass of water, put a spoon of honey, if your honey is dissolving in water then it's fake. Pure honey has a thick texture that will settle at the bottom of a cup or a glass.

-Vinegar Test:

Mix a few drops of honey into vinegar water, if the mixture starts to foam, then your honey is fake.

-The Heat Test:

Honey remains unburned. To try the heat test, dip a matchstick in honey and light it. If it burns, then your honey is adulterated.

You can, in fact, spot the difference with the naked eye too. Pure honey has a distinct sweet aroma to it, and raw honey when consumed leaves a tingling feeling in your throat.

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