Buckwheat – San Diego Raw Honey

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Organic, San Diego Raw Honey. Pictured: Buckwheat Honey.

FAQs:

Is the honey certified organic? No, but the sources are small local organic orchards or wild flora.

How far do the bees fly to collect nectar? A radius of up to 2 miles from their hive.

What is honey? Flower nectar dehydrated by the bees. They use their wings to do this. Honey is their food storage.

What is bee pollen? Flower pollen from the area surrounding the hive. One granule is one bees flight collecting food for the hive.

Why do people eat pollen? Mostly to combat allergies. The concept is like a natural, safe vaccine. I little of the stuff that is causing the problem.

Why eat raw, local honey? Raw honey has live enzymes that work in synergy with the digestion of the honey. Similar to pollen, local will help alleviate allergies. It is also a powerful immune support.

Where’s the honey from?

Wildflower. Origin: Rainbow, CA about 25 miles north of Escondido. Up in the hills atop Rainbow Heights Rd. Source: The bees collect honey from whatever wild plants are in bloom.

Avocado Blossom. Origin: Rainbow, CA about 25 miles north of Escondido. Up in the hills atop Rainbow Heights Rd. (same spot as the wildflower) Source: In bloom organic avocado orchards. Late Spring and Early Summer.

Buckwheat Blossom. Origin: Lake Elsinore, CA about 45 miles north of Escondido. Source: Wild buckwheat fields. In bloom during the summer.

Apple Blossom. Origin: San Bernardino mountains, about 75 miles north of Escondido. Source: Organic apple orchards in bloom during summer.

Sage Blossom. Origin: Rainbow, CA about 25 miles north of Escondido. Up in the hills atop Rainbow Heights Rd. Source: Wild black button sage in bloom in the spring.

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