Questions and Answers about Your Honey

We get several questions and here are the most common questions we receive. 

No. You may see it crystalize but that is completely normal.

You can still use it as is. It tastes great spread on toast or a bagel, etc. If you would prefer it to be smooth again, you can put it in a pot of warm water on the stove and warm it up. DO NOT BOIL IT! You want lukewarm water no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

No. Doing so kills all of the beneficial enzymes from the high quality, raw and unpasteurized honey that you purchased from us.

We take 1 tsp minimum, each day, straight from the bottle. It is also delicious when added to smoothies, ice tea or drizzled on desserts.

While there is no guarantee, some people believe they notice improvement with their allergies.

Yes. Since our honey is raw and unpasteurized, it has medicinal qualities, when it is placed on an injury. There is a chemical reaction that takes places making it like hydrogen peroxide. It’s just sticky.

Our main honey flow, here in northwest Missouri, ranges from May through mid-July.  This is the only time we will pull excess honey from the bees.

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    The phytonutrients in honey are responsible for its antioxidant properties, as well as its antibacterial and antifungal power. They're also thought to be the reason raw honey has shown immune-boosting and anticancer benefits. Heavy processing destroys these valuable nutrients. - healthline.com

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