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It's best to buy local raw honey whenever you can. Locally grown because it's produced by bees which are from the environment in which you live. Consume foods from the area in which you live, they contain immune stimulating properties needed for your body to adapt to its environment.

What is raw honey?
Raw honey is the concentrated nectar of flowers that comes straight from the extractor; it is unheated, pure, un–pasteurized, unprocessed honey. When honey is heated, its delicate aromas, yeast and enzymes which are responsible for activating vitamins and minerals in the body are partially destroyed. Heat treated honey is not as nutritious as raw honey. Raw honey will usually granulate and crystallize to a margarine-like consistency after a month or two. This crystallized honey is easy to put back into it's liquefied state with gentle slow heating.

Naturally Crystallized Honey - Naturally crystallized honey is honey in which part of the glucose content has spontaneously crystallized. It is safe to eat and use as it is or you can re–liquefy it by placing it on a bowl of warm water until it melts back to it's liquid state.

How to avoid crystallization

Store honey at room temperature in tightly closed containers. The optimum temperature for storing honey is 70-80 F.

Avoid storing honey at temperatures of 52- 64F, which is ideal for crystal formation. Don't store honey in the refrigerator. Refrigerator temperatures accelerate the process of crystallization.

Honey stored in the freezer will remain in the liquid state for many months.

Raw Honey VitaminsBees wax is used in many products the best bees wax comes from the cappings of honey comb.

  • Vitamin A
  • Beta-Carotene
  • All of the B-Complex Vitamins
  • Vitamins C, D, E and K
  • Minerals magnesium, sulfur, phosphorus, iron, calcium,
    chlorine, potassium, iodine, sodium, copper and manganese

Enzymes and Other Health Promoting Substances

  • Proteins
  • Carbohydrates
  • Organic Acids
  • Hormones
  • Antimicrobrial factors
  • Antibiotic factors
  • Raw honey contains live enzymes (these help your body break down foods and undigested particles)
  • Extracting honey raw honey

Facts About Bees and Honey

  • An average honey bee makes around 1/12 teaspoon of honey in it's lifetime.
  • An average honey bee lives around 4-5 weeks.
  • Honey bees fly over 55,000 miles to make one pound of honey.
  • Honey bees visit two million nectar producing flowers to make one pound of honey.
  • A strong healthy hive will have a population of approximately 70,000 – 100,000 bees.
  • Our honey is strained but never heated.
  • Honey bees make flakes of wax no larger than a pin head from wax glands under their abdomen. It takes 500,000 flakes of wax to make one pound of bees wax.
  • Honey bees have to consume almost 20 lbs. of honey to make 1 pound of wax.
  • Honey Bees do not sleep, they take mini cat naps. They work all day long in the hive or in the field depending on their age and the hives need. During the day they may be collecting nectar, pollen, water, propolis, etc. and at night they work in the hive building new comb, repairing old comb,
    moving nectar from one area to another. Nurse bees care for their brood through out all this activity.
  • The USA per capita consumption of honey per-person a year is only 1.1 pounds, the average for white sugar is 130 pounds per person per year, or about 1/3 pound daily. This is a sad fact since honey contains vitamins and antioxidants and is fat free, cholesterol free and sodium free. EAT MORE HONEY FOR YOUR HEALTH

FOR HONEY SALES CALL Karen Thurlow 1506-508-0174 New Brunswick, CA Email at