Honey bees fly out to collect nectar, after they return to the hive and begin the process in which nectar is made into honey. The nectar is thickened inside the hive by the natural body enzymes of the bees, after it is encased into combs in which the process of maturation starts. When the honey is mature, beekeepers harvest it by a careful procedure of centrifugation. There is no input of heat during the process, which makes the valuable substances inside the honey remain untouched. Honey, also known as the ‘Golden Juice’, has become a great substitute of sugar. It can be used for refining desserts, muesli, beverages, pastries, among other food accompaniments. It is also used as an alternative medicine or remedy, such as the fennel honey.