What's the hype about raw, local honey? Allow me to educate you!
Raw local honey boost immunity to local pathogens and boosts your immune system. Raw local honey Is incredible at treating all sorts of allergies, ESPECIALLY pollen allergies.
Raw honey is defined as honey that is not heated or changed in any way. It is straight from the beehive with no altering.
The difference between store-bought honey, and local raw honey, is the fact that most store-bought honey is heat-treated to "sanitize" honey. Honey is a natural antiseptic. Heating honey only breaks the bonds of enzymes that are good for you, removing the health benefits that people eat honey for. Heating honey basically turns it simply to sugar.
Made by happy bees for your consumption
The elixir of life, liquid gold, Mother Nature's miracle medicine. Whatever you want to call it, you can't deny the absurdity of raw honey's incredible healing and immune-boosting properties that don't come with conventional honey from the grocery store. Not mention, it tastes buzzing incredible! Sweet as honey! Wait...
It doesn't get more natural than honey still in the comb! Not only does honeycomb have the amazing properties of honey and a taste beyond compare, but honeycomb also keeps the intricate and fascinating hexagonal structure that honey bees build in the wild. Honeycomb also has a satisfying crunch when bitten into with a chewy gum-like substance we call bee's wax! Yes! It's edible!
Made with bee's wax harvested from our bees, our Bee's Balm is great at moisturizing your lips with the help of almond oil and Aloe Vera. Bee's wax is resilient and holds well to your lips. We've eaten whole meals and still, Bee's Balm remains and stands strong!
Starting your own colonies
Our Full Beehives are 8 frames and come with one deep box and one modified box containing thousands of worker bees, brood (baby bees), Honey and pollen for food, and one young, healthy queen bee already laying eggs. Full Bee Hives are great for individuals who dont fell like waiting for honey production and hive build up.
NUC Hives are starter hives. NUCs are made from strong existing colonies. they contain at least a thousand worker bees, 3 frames of brood (baby bees), 2 frames of honey and pollen as food, and one young, healthy queen bee stored in what's called a queen cage. It is important for the queen to be caged because some queens don't come from the same hive as the worker bees. the queen must be protected until she is accepted by the rest of the hive or risk being killed. Acceptance takes 3 to 5 days.