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boost your immunity with medicinal grade Jarrah honey

Our Immune system is consistently working to protect us from infections and diseases. In a healthy individual, the organs, cells and proteins of the immune system are constantly on the lookout for invading pathogens, bacterias, viruses and potentially harmful environmental substances. when it discovers a bacteria,virus or pathogen it doesnt recognise it sends an army of killer cells to fight the invader. We need to help support this vital bodily function, especially as the winter flu season approaches and the very real threat of contracting COVID19. HOW DOSE JARRAH HONEY HELP THE YOUR IMMUNITY: Jarrah honey is an active honey. All active healing honey is given a Total Activity, or TA, rating. The higher the rating, the higher the natural antimicrobial activity (bacteria killing)...

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Ethical Beekeeping

Ethical beekeeping:   A happy queen and colony of bees won't leave their hive until they run out of room to expand/ they get the urge to "swarm" (split the colony into 2 groups) mostly in spring time, and make a new hive elsewhere. An easy way to solve this (Not what we do) is to clip the wings of the queen bee to force the queen to stay in the hive, and hence the bees can't swarm out of the hive. This can make the bees grumpy and attack more often as they cant fulfill their most basic instinct. how would you like to be stuck in your house forever?   So if we don't clip the wings of...

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Honey & Blueberry Overnight Oats

If you are short on time in the mornings, but looking for a delicious, healthy breakfast option, here is one of our favorites; Honey & Blueberry Overnight Oats.  Ensure you use RAW locally sourced honey to ensure you obtain all the healthy benefits.   Honey and Blueberry Overnight Oats Serves: 1 Time to prepare: 5 minutes (leave to soak overnight) Ingredients 1/2 Cup rolled oats 1/2 Cup water or milk 2 TBSP chia seeds 1 TBSP RAW honey 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1/2 Cup blue berries Method In a jar combine rolled oats, water (or milk), chia seeds, raw honey and cinnamon. Seal and refrigerate overnight Remove from fridge in the morning, top with blue berries and enjoy! All our honey is...

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How to substitute honey for sugar in cooking

Did you know that honey can be used as a replacement for sugar in cooking? It can replace sugars such as white sugar, brown sugar, maple syrup or corn syrup. Be sure to follow our handy tips to ensure you reap all the benefits of your raw honey. Cooking with honey tip #1 For every 1 cup of sugar, substitute 1/2 to 2/3 cup of honey. Honey being mainly fructose is much sweeter than refined sugar.  Depending on the honey variety you use it can be 2 to 3 times sweeter.  Therefor we suggest follow our handy chart below for getting the conversion right.  Cooking with honey tip # 2 Add a little baking soda honey is naturally acidic and...

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Lemon, Honey & Ginger Tea

Lemon, Ginger and Honey Tea, really gets us buzzing with excitement.  The healing properties of all 3 ingredients combines for the perfect remedy for common colds and sore throats Serves: 1 Ingredients: 1 Small Lemon 1 Inch piece of Ginger Your favorite Honey to taste.  (About 1 tsp) Hot water Method: Add chopped lemon and ginger to the bottom of your favorite mug. Pour over your boiling water and stir.  IMPORTANT NOTE: Don't add your honey until the water reaches a comfortable sipping temperature.  Heating honey, de-natures its amazing healing properties.  Once the water has reached a comfortable drinking temperature add your desire amount of honey and stir through. Enjoy PS. All our honey varieties are raw, meaning that they...

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