Hello, can I still drink honey with ginseng if I put it in foam for a few days?And once I washed the spoon and forgot to dry the water, and then put it directly into the honey to scoop it, will it have any effect?
It is normal for white foam to appear on top of the honey, it is not honey that has deteriorated, it is pure natural honey that has not undergone any artificial treatment.The bubbles from the heat are because the active substances inside the honey move more vigorously by the heat will produce a mask, which means that the honey is very active.These bubbles will gradually gather on the surface of the honey and form a layer of white foam.It is not bad, but a normal phenomenon for unprocessed honey.
There are many reasons that cause honey to foam, and you need to judge whether or not it can be used based on the cause of its foam. Honey contains a large amount of conversion, and for timely removal after the conversion enzyme will also continue to occur now, so honey will produce some foam, which is a characteristic of honey.If heavy deterioration causes honey to foam, there will be varying degrees of sourness and alcoholic smell, and the foam is relatively large, and it is generally not recommended. If you accidentally use severely deteriorated honey, you are likely to experience abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and some other adverse symptoms.
For honey and ginseng soaked after you do not take at will, not all people are suitable for the regular use of ginseng infusion of medicinal wine or other blending supplies, must for their own disease first to the hospital for examination to confirm the diagnosis before giving treatment.