Unprocessed honey is honey that has not been altered or treated in any way after it has been harvested from the beehive. It is pure honey that has not been filtered, heated, or mixed with any other substances. Unprocessed honey contains all the natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are present in the original nectar collected by the bees.

The process of extracting honey from the comb typically involves spinning the comb in a centrifuge to separate the honey from the wax, and then straining the honey to remove debris such as bits of wax and propolis. Unprocessed honey is honey that has not been further processed beyond this initial extraction process.

Unprocessed honey may contain some small particles of wax, pollen, and propolis, but it is considered to be the purest form of honey, with the most nutritional value. It is often preferred by those who are looking for a natural and unrefined product.

It's important to note that the color, taste, and consistency of unprocessed honey can vary depending on the types of flowers visited by the bees. Also, unprocessed honey can crystalize over time, but it's not a sign of spoilage or adulteration, and it can be easily liquefied by gently heating the honey.