Elderflower Infused Honey
Our farm fresh Elderflower Infused Honey will come in 12oz jars with 7 grams of infused Elderflower per jar.
Our buzzy little bee friends did all of the hard work on this special treat! The taste of raw, unfiltered honey has never been better with our premium slow infusion of elderflower!
Our honey retains all of the natural enzymes, pollen, propolis, and various vitamins and minerals that are essential to today’s diet.
Alleviates Allergies: Local honey can help sufferers of seasonal allergies by helping your body be less sensitive to the local pollen and produce less histamine. The Bees know what’s best!
Superfood: Raw honey is a powerhouse of healthy phytonutrients. The phytonutrients in honey are responsible for its antioxidant properties, as well as its antibacterial and antifungal power. Honey contains more than 180 different substances that have been isolated from various honey varietals. These include 5 enzymes, 6 different vitamins, 8 distinctive lipids, 12 minerals, 17 trace elements, 18 different acids, 18 amino acids, 18 bioflavonoids, and 26 aroma compounds. Our raw, unfiltered honey contains all of the natural components of the hive such as propolis, beeswax, pollen, and is rich in all of the natural enzymes, and various vitamins and minerals that are essential to today’s diet.
Prebiotic: Honey is a potent prebiotic that helps nourish healthy bacteria within your body. Has been shown to help with stomach ulcers as an antimicrobial agent against H. Pylori.
Sore Throat: Honey is a great all natural cough suppressant. Take 2 tablespoons of raw unfiltered honey to help soothe the pains of a sore throat.
All Natural Energy: Honey is an incredible source of all-natural energy at just 17 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. This natural unprocessed sugar directly enters the bloodstream and can help deliver the short term energy you need for your workout or day.
Sleep Aid: Honey can be a health aid for the nights you can’t sleep. Similar to sugar, honey can cause a very slight rise in insulin and release serotonin — neurotransmitters responsible for mood and happiness.