Our honey is produced locally by our South Florida honey bees. The honey is packed full of natural vitamins, minerals and enzymes straight from the bees. The benefits of raw honey have been studied and debated over the years. Its use for healing dates back thousands of years in human history. It is said to help allergies, arthritis and act as the healing agent for many other ailments.It is unfiltered and non-pasteurized to preserve its natural enzymes. Our honey is 100 % pure and is never mixed with lower quality honey or corn syrup. ** Do not give honey to infants under the age of 1 because they do not have fully developed immune systems.
Tropical Wild Flower (Avocado & Lychee ): Wildflower honey is often used to describe honey from miscellaneous and undefined flower sources. This tropical wildflower is particularly from Avocado & Lychee down in the far south area in south Florida. This honey is a well-rounded honey with a rich buttery flavor and a flowery aftertaste.
Orange Blossom: Orange Blossom honey, often from a combination of citrus sources, is usually light in color and sweet in flavor with a fresh scent and light citrus taste. Orange blossom honey is produced in Florida, Southern California and parts of Texas.
Mangrove from the Florida Keys: Mangrove Honey has a delightfully different honey taste! It is not to strong nor is it too sweet. Once a Florida favorite, this honey is now almost impossible to obtain due to the ever decreasing Mangrove habitats.
Jamaican Dogwood from the Florida Keys: The bark of flowering dogwoods is dark reddish-brown. It is rough with many square-like plates. Flowers are not very big. Flowering Dogwood fruits are long berry-like drupes. The fruits are eaten by many animals, and last from September-December. These trees depend on bees and other insects to help pollinate it. The honey from these flowering is not to strong but does have a smoky taste.
Orange Blossom with Comb: Orange Blossom honey, often from a combination of citrus sources, is usually light in color and sweet in flavor with a fresh scent and light citrus taste. This particular honey item comes with a delicious piece of honey comb inside.
Bear Sampler Set: This bear set is a perfect gift to give to anyone that is a honey lover. This set contains four table grade “A” honey.
- Store it at room temperature. No need to refrigerate!
- Honey never spoils!! Bacterial growth is inhibited because of the low moisture level in honey. It only crystalizes over time or in colder temperatures and may be re-liquefied as explained below.
- In colder climates, honey may crystalize in the winter months. If your honey has crystallized, place the container in a warm water bath to return it to the liquid form. **It is not recommended to microwave the honey because the intense heat kills natural enzymes and increases HMF levels.
Bee Pollen: Bee Pollen*, also known as Bee Bread is the pollen that bees collect from the flowers. The Bee pollen differs one from others since there are all sorts of flowers each containing different types of Pollen. Pollen is considered to provide everything you need to live. It is one of the richest, most complete foods in nature and contains incredible array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, co-enzymes, and hormones. It is especially rich in B vitamins and antioxidants, including lycopene, selenium, beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and several flavonoids. It is composed of 55% carbohydrates, 35% protein, 3% vitamins and minerals, 2% fatty acids, and 5% other substances. Overall, it’s one of the most nutritionally complete natural substances found on earth. *Bee Pollen is not a medication, it is a nutritional supplement
Bee Propolis: - often referred to as “bee glue” is a popular health product in Europe and it’s climbing the supplemental charts in North America as it is becoming better known. Considered one of nature’s miracles, propolis is the resinous substance that bees gather from the leaf buds and bark of trees, especially poplar and conifer trees. Bee propolis uses serve various purposes, primarily as cure and other medicinal concern. This is because of its antimicrobial propertiesand various therapeutic effects. Bee colonies have successfully lived through million years and they know how to utilize bee propolis in an optimum way. Right now, we just partially find out what kind of benefits that it can give to us. In this present time, there are already many evidences from various clinical studies and researches, showing that this ‘resinous substance’ has numerous therapeutic effects.
Therapeutic effect can be explained as an outcome of all kinds of medical therapy that are evaluated to be favorable and advantageous. This is correct regardless the result was predicted, unpredicted, or perhaps accidental. In simple words, therapeutic effects mean health benefits.
Royal Jelly: Royal jelly is collected and sold as a dietary supplement for humans, claiming various health benefits because of components such as B-complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine). The overall composition of royal jelly is 67% water, 12.5% crude protein, including small amounts of many different amino acids, and 11% simple sugars (monosaccharides), also including a relatively high amount (5%) of fatty acids. It also contains many trace minerals, some enzymes, antibacterial and antibiotic components, and trace amounts of vitamin C, but none of the fat-soluble vitamins, A, D, E and K
These are only some of the royal jelly benefits that are scientifically proven:
- Thanks to the amino acids it contains it slows the effect of aging and helps to produce collagen in the skin.
- The amino acids also help to boost the immune system and therefore protect against infections, and autoimmune diseases such as arthritis.
- Royal jelly benefits from hormone content which are effective in balancing and regulating the female hormone system, thus reducing the effects of PMS and improving fertility.
- It has proved very effective in treating Graves Disease, a serious thyroid condition.
- It has been shown to have the ability to stimulate the growth of glial cells and neural stem cells in the brain, thus helping to prevent conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.