Totally Raw Honey
ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS : Totally Raw Honey

Un-heated, un-filtered honey, with all of the enzymes intact; this honey is a medical marvel as well as a culinary delight. Swarmbustin’ Honey’s Totally Raw Honey has been carefully extracted from the honeycomb; simply spun out using centrifugal force and allowed to crystallize naturally. We use no heat, filters or strainers while bottling our Totally Raw Honey. The honey is allowed to fall freely from the extractor directly into the bottle. There may bee pieces of bee pollen, propolis and honeycomb on the top of the jar. All of this is nutritious. In the event that there is not much visible on the top, there are still pieces of pollen, propolis and honeycomb suspended in the honey, so you get truly "Totally Raw Honey" in every spoonful.

In it's fresh liquid form, Swarmbustin' Totally Raw Honey is a rare and temporary delight, usually available for a short span each year beeginning late spring, and ending with the beeginning of the crystallization process in late fall. You can enjoy it as it is or let it rest in a cool place to speed its inevitable crystallization.

May bee used for all honey needs or as a sugar substitute.

Thoughts About Raw Honey

Raw honey has been used for centuries for its healing properties and can address multiple issues:

  • Taking raw honey is a healthy way to get an energy boost. Its carbohydrates supply us with energy and strength. Raw honey can boost your endurance and reduce muscle fatigue. Raw honey has also been used as a home remedy for centuries to help alleviate some of the symptoms associated with the common cold.
  • If you have allergies, raw honey can bee beneficial. If you eat honey that is local to your area, it may help prevent your seasonal allergies. Bees use the pollen from local plants and eventually it ends up in your honey.
  • Raw honey is also a natural antiseptic. Raw honey contains antimicrobial agents, which prevents infections by killing the bacteria in and around your wounds. Many types of bacteria can't survive in honey, so wounds heal, swelling eases, and tissue can grow back.

 

 

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