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Honey quest golden sweet nector of the GODS!!!
09-23-2015, 04:58 AM #1
SpiritMasonChazz Member
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What area and type of pollination producess the best nector of the GODS? I am on a quest to find the supreme honey of pollen altitude & climate. My California cherry blossom connection has failed me maybe from our fires. So I shall jouney the globe via air mail to find nector quality of the GODS!!!. I shall try morroco carob blossom organic honey next in my jouney quest.
09-23-2015, 05:25 AM #2
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Honey is a food that will never spoil, however, it will crystallize. There is a simple fix to this, place the honey bottle in hot water (not boiling) until it liquifies.
Like other products produced by the honey bee, honey is antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-fungal and antibacterial.
If you enjoy honey and its health benefits, buy it directly from a beekeeper that keeps their bees organically . Why would you buy it from the store, not knowing where the honey really came from and what is in the honey that shouldn't be there (high fructose corn syrup, chemical and antibiotic residues). Premium organic honey is clean from this adative crap.
09-23-2015, 07:46 AM #3
Octo Mother Superior
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I believe locally produced honey is best for you as it contains the pollen of plants in your immediate environment. Especially if you're the allergic type I'd recommend that.
09-23-2015, 08:23 AM #4
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Maybe that would help with pollen allergy using local honey. I still have some wild dessert pollen honey from my area. I ordered that carobe chocolate tree pollen honey think it's worth a check. They claim its one of the best rated and hard to get much of.
09-23-2015, 09:59 AM #5
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Great stuff as long as it's natural and not heat treated. Antibiotic and antimicrobial properties, plus a nice energy burst.

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09-23-2015, 01:53 PM #6
Kreeper Griobhtha
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The best honey I ever had was from the lower Florida Keys.

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09-23-2015, 05:10 PM #7
Octo Mother Superior
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I recently got some Greek pine honey that was most excellent

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pine_honey
09-23-2015, 05:26 PM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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The last jar I bought was from a nearby farmer, yes, organic, and the quality was superb. Hubby ate most of it. vic.gif
09-23-2015, 11:33 PM #9
Octo Mother Superior
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There's a Greek guy here in town that brings that good stuff over here. It's really good, but we also have some local beekeepers that produce some excellent honey as well.
09-23-2015, 11:50 PM #10
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(09-23-2015, 11:29 PM)Screaming Yellow Zonkers Wrote:  Greek honey is nice, and Greece is where the gods were. I occ buy imported Greek honey, or I get it from Amish country in Pennsylvania here. Most honey in supermarkets is shït. Stuff from China is all garbage
The GOD nector there is more to honey than they tell us. I hate how they cheat on store labels and give people high fructose corn syrup and claim its honey.
09-24-2015, 05:14 AM #11
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Good to hear from my Nor Ca seller that was MIA sent order today. Turns out they were on vacation and the fires were north of them. Glad because I use there cherry blossom honey every day but still will expand my honey quest search for another good back up.
09-24-2015, 05:37 AM #12
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. Short video on testing good from trash.
09-24-2015, 11:04 AM #13
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Well I just lost 10.00 in my search yesterday I bought some honey from my local farmers market. Glass jar said organic Himalayan raw acacia honey from India. Faild all the test and would not burn. Not only that it taste like piss. Fuck you India for your BS fake honey import to America. Pissing in American honey and acting like it the best in the world fucking dirty thieves and there dam low life piss crap.. California food suppliers are some of the most honest people so far in my new quest.
09-24-2015, 11:17 AM #14
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Dam now I have that re acuring piss taste in my system just from a spoon taste test dammit I feel violated by this crap. Also these Fucking dirty Italians from Italy cut there olive oil to crap and send it to America. I only buy California olive oil best in the world. I am done looking for a good foreign olive oil.
09-24-2015, 12:24 PM #15
Octo Mother Superior
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Manuka honey fraud – what else is fake in our food?

Extra virgin olive oil, haddock, organic eggs, vodka, saffron, tea and coffee. This is not a shopping list of products for a gourmet with expensive tastes, but a list of food that is most commonly doctored or fraudulently labelled, according to a recent European Parliamentary report into food safety.

And now further evidence has come to light about Manuka Honey being frequently mislabelled, with consumers paying well over the odds for common-or-garden honey when they think they are getting the rare stuff from New Zealand. Only one of the seven samples tested by a laboratory was found to have the requisite levels of the active ingredient. This study comes just a year after it was found that there was more honey labelled as Manuka on UK shelves than was produced in a single year.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/...-food.html



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