Everglades Allergy Honey
Everglades Allergy Honey is THE honey to take during the allergy season and all year long. This honey, created with our patented process, is loaded with a huge variety of pollen. Our scientists took years to extract a honey that is as healthy as nature intended it to be. Our patented, delicious, Everglades Allergy Honey was designed specifically for you. View customer testimonials here. Click here to read article that explains why our honey infused with pollen is far superior to taking a random local honey for allergies. The article explains why simply taking local honey for allergies, without the wind pollen, is not the solution.
We harvest wildflower honey throughout the year. In addition, we collect pollen (both by hand and from the bees). Using our newly patented process, we infuse all of these pollens in a mixture of wildflower honey. As a result, we create this uniquely pollen-packed honey. Every bottle contains honey with a variety of infused seasonal pollen. This makes it THE ONLY honey you’ll ever need to take it through the allergy season. The taste and color of the honey will vary from the photo shown. Bottled by hand.
From Solid to Liquid
This honey will eventually granulate. Even though it may get solid, its expiration date isn’t for at least a million years! We could heat the honey, which will force it to stay in liquid form longer. However, this would reduce its medicinal benefits and its expiration date. We prefer to sell it raw and unfiltered. So, if it granulates, just dig the honey out with a knife, dip it into a warm beverage/food, stir and enjoy the wonderful healing results.
Where it is sold
Local Bee Honey is the best-selling brand of Winter Park Honey, which got its name from our first farmer’s market. In 2006, we sold honey at this market for fun. The honey turned out to be a huge hit and sales quickly grew nationwide, then worldwide. All of our honey is available for sale on our website and also select Farmers Markets, Whole Foods, Fresh Markets and health food stores. Click here for additional locations.