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How we make creamy honey

How we make creamy honey

Creamed Honey is simply honey that is intentionally crystallized. It’s made with raw runny honey and finely crystallized honey. When the seed honey is slowly stirred into the runny honey all the honey crystallizes.  When I first heard about creamed honey years ago - I assumed they took cream and whipped some honey into it. But that's not true, despite the name no dairy is involved - creamed honey is completely natural honey.  You still get all the health benefits of this superfood we're just speeding up a process that naturally happens with high quality natural honey.   It all starts with a secret...

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Becky Williams
Honey...more than a sweet treat

Honey...more than a sweet treat

Sure we all think of honey as being a sweet treat but it's also good for us. The honey we are talking about here is raw, unpasteurized honey. This is really important to ensuring you reap all the nutritional benefits honey has to offer. Did you know that honey has been used in medicine for more than 5000 years!  It's used to treat a wide array of illnesses, ailments, and injuries because of its anti viral, anti bacterial and anti fungal properties. It can be mixed with other remedies and consumed or rubbed onto the skin. Research shows that honey is effective in...

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It's Honey Harvest Time!

It's Honey Harvest Time!

Do you know how bees make honey?   It is a fascinating process. Here's how it works from field, to hive to jar.... The bees spend the summer eating nectar from flowers and collecting pollen. They carry the pollen back to the hive by sacs on their legs.  The pollen nourishes the bees and is an important part of their diet throughout the year.  The nectar carried in the bees’ abdomen is mixed with enzymes and is regurgitated into combs.  The combs (holes) are drawn (built) by the bees with wax on the frames inside of the hive.   The bees...

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Natural Remedy for Rehydration

Natural Remedy for Rehydration

I don’t know about you but ugggghhhh this heat is brutal! When it’s this hot, you sweat just existing…and if you're sweating it means you’re losing electrolytes.    Electrolytes are minerals in your blood that regulate osmotic balance as well as muscle function.   The electrolytes you lose the most through sweating are sodium and chloride and to a lesser degree; potassium, magnesium and calcium.   Water doesn’t contain electrolytes, but it’s easy to add them.    Give your body a boost replenishing those lost electrolytes with this natural, easy to make recipe. Fill 1 quart Mason Jar with water...

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