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Huge Benefits of Tupelo Honey

Tupelo honey is distinct for being a seasonal kind of honey. The flowers of the tupelo gum tree bloom for only three weeks every year. Also called Queen Honey, this honey is found in river basin areas of Florida – Apalachicola and Chipola. This article will provide insight into the many benefits of tupelo honey.    What is Tupelo Honey? Tupelo honey is farmed in the Florida panhandle, on the tupelo gum tree. The flowers of this tree, especially the white and green blossoms which the bees feed on, often require very good weather. They bloom within three weeks and harvest lasts for a brief period. In a year, harvest may occur just once or twice, leaving farmers with only one...

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7 Surprising Benefits of Orange Blossom Raw Honey

All You Need to Know About Orange Blossom Raw Honey Orange blossom raw honey, also known as citrus honey, is the honey derived from beehives in the citrus groves. When bees collect pollen from these citric flowers, this honey is produced. This is one beneficial and mouth-watering substance. Its color is mainly golden brown and is often used in perfumes, desserts, brownies, teas, and liquor. The orange blossom raw honey is one tasty and healthy alternative for people with sweet tooth. It is highly beneficial for the body. Its benefits are as follows: Germicidal-this honey possesses major antimicrobial qualities which can be utilized in many ways. It can be applied to rashes, acne, and pimples. It is also used to cure...

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Meet Stefanie

Since I was a little girl, I have had a passion for honey bees. I remember spending long Sunday afternoons with my Great uncle and his bees, My science projects in elementary school about bee colonies, lifecycle of the bees and so on. I have since traveled the world and have lived abroad for the past 13 years. While away, I lived with my husband's grandmother who sourced all her food from her garden and animals she raised. She never used or uses processed sugar or food. In place of sugar, she uses local raw honey. She uses honey not only to sweeten her teas but for medicinal purposes as well. She will be 93 years old this year. My...

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