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Pure Honey Direct from Nature

Meet
Robert MOONSPEED Godfrey
the "Bee Keeper"

Natural Health Specialist
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Piece of Honeycomb
Honeycombs

Honey is a sweet, viscous food substance made by honey bees and some related insects. Bees produce honey from the sugary secretions of plants or from secretions of other insects, by regurgitation, enzymatic activity, and water evaporation. Bees store honey in wax structures called honeycombs. The variety of honey produced by honey bees is the best-known, due to its worldwide commercial production and human consumption. Honey is collected from wild bee colonies, or from hives of domesticated bees, a practice known as beekeeping or apiculture.

Nutritional Guideline per 1 tablespoon (21 g)
 

Calories64

%Daily Value*

Total Fat0 g0%

Saturated fat0 g0%

Polyunsaturated fat0 g

Monounsaturated fat0 g

Cholesterol0 mg0%

Sodium1 mg0%

Potassium11 mg0%

Total Carbohydrate 17 g6%
Dietary fiber0 g0%

 

Sugar17 g

Protein0.1 g0%

Vitamin A0%

Calcium0%

Vitamin D0%

Vitamin B-120%

Vitamin C0%

Iron1%

Vitamin B-60%

Magnesium

 

Why Natural Honey?

It can help with

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A Good Source of Antioxidants
Antibacterial & Antifungal Properties

Research has shown that raw honey can kill unwanted bacteria and fungus. It naturally contains hydrogen peroxide, an antiseptic. Its effectiveness as an antibacterial or antifungal varies depending on the honey, but it’s clearly more than a folk remedy for these kinds of infections.

Help for Digestive Issues

Honey is sometimes used to treat digestive issues such as diarrhea, though there isn’t much research to show that it works. It’s proven to be effective as a treatment for Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria, though, a common cause of stomach ulcers.

It’s also a potent prebiotic, meaning it nourishes the good bacteria that live in the intestines, which are crucial not only for digestion but overall health.

Soothe a Sore Throat

Have a cold? Try a spoonful of honey. Honey is an old sore throat remedy. Add it to hot tea with lemon when a cold virus hits you.

It also works as a cough suppressant. Research has suggested that honey is as effective as dextromethorphan, a common ingredient in over-the-counter cough medication. Just take one or two teaspoonfuls, straight.

Raw honey contains an array of plant chemicals that act as antioxidants. Some types of honey have as many antioxidants as fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants help to protect your body from cell damage due to free radicals.

Free radicals contribute to the aging process and may also contribute to the development of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Research shows that antioxidant compounds in honey called polyphenols may play a role in preventing heart disease.

Detoxification

Honey is used in medical settings to treat wounds because it’s been found to be an effective germ killer and also aids in tissue regeneration.

Studies show that honey can boost healing time and reduce infection. Keep in mind that the honey used in hospital settings is medical grade, meaning it’s inspected and sterile. It’s not a good idea to treat cuts with honey you buy from a store.

Athletic Performance

Three studies done at the sport nutrition lab at the University of Memphis found that honey was just as good or better than glucose, or sugar, water in boosting the staying power of endurance athletes. However, the studies were funded by the National Honey Board, an "industry-funded agriculture promotion group," so more research by impartial scientists is needed.

Testimonials

“I have never tasted such a good taste of honey and to look at the consistency, very clear without residue.  Such a smooth and great tasting honey.  I'm a huge fan.”

— Minister Moses Crawford

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