Wildflower Honey has a medium honey color and an aroma reminiscent of green leaves with a touch of lemon and a moderate fruity flavor with a delicate aftertaste. To best experience the taste, let the honey sit in your mouth for a short time. Many people can experience the actual taste of Blueberries in the honey. Use it for breakfast on blueberry pancakes, French toast or waffles. Use it in an otherwise unflavored tea to enjoy the fruity sweetness, or simply as a spread on toast or biscuits.
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100% American Made! This honey is produced in the state of Connecticut.
Note: This is raw honey, no pollen has been filtered out of the honey. It has only been screen for bee parts or wax.
Honey has been and may always be a staple food and medicine. Honey is a delicious food that is one of the only foods that can sustain human life all by itself. In any survival situation honey could be an important part of you food preps and even you medicinal preps.
Here are a few of the great uses and traits of honey:
1: Storage – Honey is one of the only foods that when properly stored can last forever. With honey there is no need to worry about rotating your supplies. In Egypt they actually found edible honey in a pharaoh’s tomb. Has your honey Crystallized? Simply heat the honey and it will return to normal.
2: Healthy Sugar Replacement – Honey is a great replacement for sugar. It does not contain any fats or cholesterol.
3: Skin Care – Honey is great for reducing wrinkles and nourishing the skin.
4: Antibacterial – Honey was long ago the go to antiseptic treatment, during the first world war is was the most popular treatment for wounds. Click Here for a paper on the antiseptic properties of honey
5: Wounds – Honey has been known to reduce the odor, swelling and scarring when used to treat wounds.
6: Upset Stomach – Mix one teaspoon of honey with a hot glass of water, add a half a lemons worth of juice and your stomach ache should go away.
7: Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) – There has been testing done in rats the show honey to speed recovery from conjunctivitis.
8: Allergies – Old folk medicine says the consuming locally produced honey will help to reduce the allergy symptoms by helping your body to gain a tolerance to the pollen. *Please Note - This only applies to honey grown locally to you*
9: Cough Suppressant – Simply taking 1 teaspoon of honey and allowing it to slowly trickle down your throat. The honey will coat and soothe your throat.
10: Burns – Honey is a great burn cure. It will help to remove the pain and aid in the healing process.
11: Insomnia – There have been some studies that suggest that honey helps with some nervous disorders such as insomnia. If you are finding it hard to fall asleep simply mix 1 teaspoon of your favorite flavor of honey into a warm glass of water and enjoy a great night’s sleep.
12: Energy – The glucose in honey is a natural sugar that will give you an immediate energy boost and the fructose will keep you going.