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Darker Layer On Top

You might notice that your Nahana honey separates sometimes and gets a darker layer on top.  This is totally natural and can be stirred back in, similar to quality peanut butter with the oils settling to the top if left untouched for a while.  In fact, it´s a great sign, showing that the honey hasn´t been over processed by excessive stirring, filtering, or heating, all of which can damage the minerals, nutrients and enzymes present in raw honey.  

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