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Pure Raw Honey 10 oz - $15.00
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RAW = unpasteurized, unprocessed, un-separated unadulterated, straight from the hive, delicious HONEY!

Our Honey is packed by weight. 1-1/2 pint = 10 Ounces
1 Pint = 20 Ounces
1 quart = 40 ounces

RAW Honey is good for so many things...It's good for your skin! A Honey mask is exotic, Honey is naturally antibacterial and it adds moisture therapy as it helps to gently exfoliate the dead and dry surface cells. The results are delightful not to mention the taste!

Our RAW Honey is also extremely beneficial for helping build your immune system. Building your immune system helps your body to fight illness, allergies and disease.

Our Pure RAW honey is the healthiest choice amongst the various forms of honey as RAW honey retains all of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and antioxidants from the hive so you derive the full health benefits! This is not your normal processed honey as you would find in the grocery store, this honey is thicker, richer and adds sweetness without the strong waxy flavor that processed honey has. Scientists have discovered that pasteurization and processing destroys almost 100% of the natural antibiotics and live enzymes in honey. That is why we supply our honey in its natural RAW state to preserve all the original nutrients and exceptional flavor. You will find that our honey contains delicious bits and pieces of honeycomb, propolis, and pollen. All of these nutritional items and the fact that our honey is not separated or pasteurized which allows a natural state of crystallization. Given time, the bee pollen and some of the propolis will rise to the top forming a layer of wholesome goodness. There are 22 amino acids in bee pollen and it is recognized as an immune system enhancer for its ability to strengthen the body against viral infections. Propolis is the strongest antibiotic found in nature and has no side effects. The color, flavor, texture and crystallization of our honey will differ depending on the source of nectar the bees have gathered.


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