Cream & Raw Honey

Raw honey is the product of a bee’s hard work. This natural honey is full of all the nutrition and enzymes present before any processing, straining or heat preparation that is commonly used for commercial honey. Even some of the commercial raw honey is still slightly processed, making our honey the closest you get to the hive! Our Creamy and Raw Honey comes with some tiny particles of pollen, bees wax, and propolis, an indicator of quality that the honey is 100% raw.

 Quality, unpasteurized honey

Compared to pasteurized honey which has been heated to 100 degrees Celsius or unpasteurized honey which has been heated to the hive temperature of about 40C, raw honey has not been treated or strained for consistency.

 Health Benefits of Raw Honey

Cream and Raw Honey is a rich source of flavonoids and other phenolic compounds with anti-oxidant properties. Daily consumption of honey has been shown to improve: 

  • anti-oxidant levels in blood
  • lipid peroxidation by free radicals
  • cholesterol damage 

To soften the raw honey 1KG, apply mild warmth and it will break apart like a cream. This locally sourced raw honey can reduce sensitivity to allergies during the spring and fall season. Raw honey is always preferred to experience the full health benefits as pasteurization can destroy the valuable compounds in honey.

A best seller for therapeutic benefits, our Cream and Raw honey is an affective natural remedy against sickness during allergy and flu season.

Raw honey is great for improving:

Energy: Raw honey offers up a great supply of carbohydrates in an easily digestible format to boost strength and endurance.

Allergies: Allergists say that raw honey can effectively treat 90 percent of all allergies because it contains most of the pollen that cause those allergies. Consuming raw honey helps the patient build up an immunity to the problem and alleviate the allergy symptoms.

Nausea: Honey is often recommended by obstetricians and nurse midwifes for morning sickness. Some moms-to-be say it’s more effective than saltine crackers.

Sore throat relief: Honey can soothe a sore throat, even laryngitis, and its thick consistency keeps it coated.

Arthritis: A combination of raw honey and cinnamon can ease the pain of arthritis over time. The combination is also used to treat bladder infections and stomach problems.

Diabetic Ulcers: Diabetics often have trouble healing, and raw honey salve has been proven as an effective treatment when antibiotic creams are not effective or well-tolerated. It can be used to improve canker sores, bleeding gums, and even eczema.

Constipation: Apple cider vinegar and honey combinations are used to treat constipation and stomach aches, and even migraine headaches.

Regular bodily functions: Combine raw honey with lemon to shift fat stores and create lots of usable energy to power your body and encourage fat loss. It also is purported to help cholesterol levels stay low.

Natural preservative: Because it is a poor environment for bad bacteria and has low water content, raw honey is a good natural preservative.

Skin Care: Use raw honey combined with ground almonds and a little lemon juice as a facial cleanser, or mix it with finely ground oatmeal to make a facial mask that you leave on for a half hour. Your skin will glow!

Shiny Hair: A mixture of one teaspoon of raw honey, ¼ teaspoon of lemon juice, and four cups of water poured on your hair after shampooing will give it a beautiful shine.

Scalp treatment: Mix raw honey and olive oil and apply to scalp and hair. Leave on for 30 minutes before shampooing. It helps with dandruff, eczema, and psoriasis on the scalp and makes your hair beautiful, silky, and shiny.

(Pasteurized honey usually has been heated to 100C for fast straining and long shelf life, but the honey lost most nutrition and enzymes. Another purpose for pasteurizing honey is to remove extra moisture of the honey. Unpasteurized honey usually has been heated to the hive temperature—about 40C. Hive temperature will not damage the honey. Unpasteurized honey is easier to crystallize, but it can be melted back to liquid with low temperature.)

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