Who would ever believe that something so sweet and delicious, could be so therapeutic? Not only Grandma’s remedy for a sore throat but this all natural, wholesome treat* will compliment any cup of tea, slice of toast, pancake or scone too!
Over time, honey may crystallize; you can eat it crystallized or, if you prefer to have it in liquid form, you can put it in a pan of hot water and the crystals will dissolve. Either way, honey is the only food that NEVER spoils!
*Do not give honey to children under 12 months.
Try some by itself too!
Wildflower Honey 1 lb. Jar 16 oz. Net Weight
All natural; no preservatives.
The Many Benefits of Honey
Though highly regarded in ancient civilizations, honey is not appreciated enough in today’s modern societies. Critics quiz, “How can anything that tastes so good be of any good? Isn’t honey just fancy sugar?” The liquid is so sweet and comforting that many people do not give its healing abilities a second thought. Conventional nutritional authorities claim that sugar is sugar, irregardless of its source or state. They however, do not realize that the bee has added an extra goodness of their own. Honey possesses unique life-supporting qualities not found in other sugars and delivers much more than what many medical doctors could comprehend. Know that not all sugars are made equal and don’t be too quick to dismiss honey as just another sugar. There is more than meets the eye!
Today researchers are turning up more and more new evidence of honey’s medical benefits in all directions. The benefits of honey don’t just stop at satisfying the palate; honey also offers incredible antiseptic, antioxidant and cleansing properties for our body and health, valuable beauty and skin care tips for ladies, and amazing healing properties from head-to-toe.
(Source: Benefits of Honey.com)
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