Raw Southern Wildflower Honey is in season
Unfiltered raw southern wildflower honey is a favorite due to its diverse and rich poly-floral origin. Created by bees pollinating many flowers from local sources, Wildflower honey provides the benefits needed for those with allergies. The process is similar to taking a flu shot. By eating a teaspoon a day of the Wildflower honey, you consume many floral sources that you may be allergic to, and, in the process, build up an immunity towards these floral sources.
A Poly-Floral Honey
A poly-floral honey means the bees pollinate many flowers to gather the nectar to make the honey. They first gather the nectar from the flowers and later return to the hive and make the honey. The diversity of the floral sources may be wildflower honey’s greatest strength. It’s also an important part of why wildflower honey is most popular for persons with allergies. The rich, diverse taste is notably different than the taste profile of mono-floral honeys, and makes it a very popular honey.
Built by Bees’ raw wildflower honey is a great way to treat your body and start your day.
Built by Bees Bottling Process
At Built by Bees, our bottling process may gently heat the honey to speed pouring. Gently heat typically means 100 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. We also strain the honey at 600 microns. This keeps the bee parts and other stuff out. The 600 micron density strainer is perfect – as it is large enough to allow bee pollen and other natural nutrients to pass through.
What If the Honey Crystallizes?
Please gently warm at home in a 1/2′ heated water pan if crystallization occurs. You will want to place the jar of crystallized honey in warm water, versus hot water and especially not boiling water.
Do not microwave honey to ensure nutrients and vitamins are preserved.
To learn more about raw honey and Built by Bees, please see this short blog article.