Honey is a sweet, viscous and natural substance produced by bees from flower nectar. Bees collect nectar from flowers, add enzymes to it, and store it in honeycombs to create honey. Honey comes in different colors and flavors depending on the type of flower nectar it is made from. It has been used as a natural sweetener and medicine for thousands of years due to its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. Honey is rich in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and enzymes, and is also a source of natural sugars. It is used in various forms such as raw honey, pasteurized honey, creamed honey, and honeycomb, and is used in cooking, baking, and as a natural sweetener in beverages.