If you are not used to working with honey, or even if you enjoy its benefits on a daily basis, sometimes you might have questions or doubts about how to get the most out of the delicious treat. Here’s a short and sweet guide to get you started.
Honey is usually considered as nothing but a healthier type of sweetener, but there are many other benefits that raw honey provides that don’t involve using it as an ingredient to cooking or mixing with beverages. It’s equally as great to eat as it is to apply to your skin.
Honey is a delicious treat with an indefinite shelf life, but sometimes you might notice crystals when moisture gets into the container. Is the honey ruined when this happens? Not at all!
Jean, the beekeeper, with a swarm This month and for the next few, Amaral will be visiting Winter Park Honey from Haiti. We are helping him learn to be the best beekeeper and take those skill back to Haiti. There has been progress made in that country since the earthquake of 2010, but there is still much […]
If you are getting ready for a special date with your honey on Valentine’s Day or anytime you want a refreshing natural facial, just reach for the honey jar.. Honey was prized for its healing properties in ancient civilizations. It was used medicinally for a variety of reasons. One aspect of honey’s healing properties is […]
I Recently came down with the flu and this really helped my fever. If you don’t prefer the strong taste of Buckwheat Honey you can use another milder honey, although the dark honeys like Buckwheat contain the most antioxidants. A fever is an elevated body temperature that most often occurs as a sign of illness. […]
This is an image of a honeybee walking on a frame on female drone brood. Just above her leg, there is a varoa mite. This mite is causing a lot of trouble for honeybees. They are responsible for infecting bees with numerous viruses. How to eliminate the varoa mite from beehives is the main topic […]