What are the different types of honey?
It depends on the type of honey you have; different types of honey have different amounts of potassium. 100 grams of honey contain an average of 228.67 mg of potassium. A famous low potassium diet recommends, "Encourage the use of boiled lollies, soft drink, cordial, jam and honey to help increase energy intake."
Information from the National Honey Board: There are more than 300 unique types of honey. Each type of honey originates from a different type of flower or plant. Honey color ranges from almost clear, like water, to dark brown, like mollassas. Generally, lighter honey has a milder taste than darker honey. Some common examples of honey types are: alfalfa, avocado, Clover, sage, tupelo, and wildflower. Honey is divided into four general categories: Comb Honey…
Honey is slightly acidic, not neutral. Different types of honey have different pH levels. Honey acidity can range from 3.4pH to 6.1pH. The average for honey is around 3.9pH. To put that in perspective, lemons are 2.2pH-2.4pH, while Corn is 6.0pH to 6.5pH. Neutral pH is around 7. 1pH is the most acidic, while 14pH is the most basic.
The noun 'honey' is an uncountable noun as a word for a substance. Units of honey are expressed as amounts or measures, for example a little honey, a pound of honey, a cup of honey, etc. The plural form of some uncountable nouns for food substances is used for 'kinds of' or 'types of', for example, 'The honeys on the menu are orange blossom, clover, and wildflower.'
Honey is not an primary element. It does not have consistent properties, such as the exact number of atoms or specific molecule form. Different types of honey have unique composition. Even the amount of water absorbed into the honey would significantly vary the number of hydrogen atoms in each honey sample. See related links for specific details about honey Composition and properties.