Honey contains very little Phosphorus, and that's a good thing, because we are often already oversupplied with phosphates from other sources. Nevertheless, this substance is important for the construction of cell membranes, bones and teeth as well as for brain and nerve functions. It performs many tasks in conjunction with calcium, including an indispensable control element in cell metabolism. Honey contains both in a balanced ratio. Calcium in turn is an important synergist of vitamin C, which is also present in our honey. Both together have a major influence on your immune system. Stay Healthy and Fight Infections!