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Tupelo honey is a rare and unique honey variety with a devoted following. Each year, from mid-April to early May, the white tupelo tree produces delicate round blossoms. Greenish-white in color, these blossoms last no more than three weeks. With bad weather, the bloom time is even shorter. But when the temperatures are mild, the air is humid, and rainstorms stay away, then the bees get to work collecting tupelo nectar. And the bees seem to enjoy the nectar just as much as we love the honey it makes.

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The white tupelo tree (nyssa ogechee) is native to the south-eastern region of the United States. But two locations in particular - the Apalachicola River system in Florida and the Altamaha River system in Georgia - have the highest concentrations of tupelo trees. We source our tupelo honey from both areas.

Tupelo honey has a medium golden color and an amazing flavor profile. It is a bit hard to describe. It starts with a fruity-floral burst on your tongue and then spreads over your palate with a buttery soft finish. It has no bite or aftertaste. Once the flavor disappears, you crave another spoonful. When people taste tupelo honey for the first time, they smile broadly and exclaim something along the lines of "Wow! I never knew that honey could taste so good." Many years ago, a customer remarked that tupelo honey was the "food of the gods." We would have to agree.

Many types of raw honey will crystallize over time (also called 'sugaring'). But some honey varieties such as tupelo will resist sugaring. It all depends on the ratio of the two primary sugars in honey - fructose and glucose. This is called the F:G ratio. If there is more fructose than glucose, then it will be slow to sugar. Some bottles of tupelo honey will never sugar, even after many years. But it is important to note that 100% pure tupelo honey is impossible to find. There will be other plants in bloom at the same time as the tupelo trees, and we cannot prevent the bees from collecting nectar from these other sources. If some sugar does form at the bottom the bottle or jar, you can blame the bees for mixing other nectars in with the tupelo.

This shop is the best place for you if you are looking to buy mad honey online. We exclusively harvest Nepal Mad Honey from the Himalayan regions of Nepal from a unique breed of bee that can fly up to 4200 meters (13780 Ft). The collection of nectar from white rhododendron Ericaceae family from Aconitum app and Entada scanders which grows only at altitudes of around 2000 meters and more. This honey has an intoxicating and relaxing quality.

The experience of mad honey is very personal. It depends upon how clean your body is to intoxicants. Normally, we would recommend you to use one tablespoon to start off. We do not recommend exceeding more than two tablespoons.

Rare Harvest: Psychoactive (Grayanotoxin rich honey) harvested above 35000 meters (11483 ft) from sea level. This harvest is the rarest version of mad honey. We sell upto 200 jars of this version of this honey every year.

Rare Harvest Mad Honey vs Strong and Potent Mad Honey : Both honey contains Grayanotoxin (the psychoactive hallucinating effects) but Rare harvest is harvested above the altitude above 3500 meters. Almost two times higher than the tallest mountain in Australia. The rare harvest is extremely rare honey in the world.

Johnston M, McBride M, Dahiya D, Owusu-Apenten R, Nigam PS. Antibacterial activity of Manuka honey and its components: An overview. AIMS Microbiol. 2018;4(4):655-664. . doi:10.3934/microbiol.2018.4.655

The subscription highlights how each season is different and features fresh honey as it becomes available in June to October. You receive a selection of our best Single Source Honeys mailed out 3 times a year to take advantage of our ever changing floral sources of honey.

Our Italian bee packages are grown here in Georgia and each shipment will have a Georgia Department of Agriculture Health Certificate attached. Over 90% of beekeepers have Italian Bees in their hives. We highly recommend new beekeepers to start beekeeping with Italian bees because they are the most gentle of all honey bees. Our package bees include: a screen box, sugar water container or fondant blocks, approx. +/- 3 lbs. of bees which include nurse bees, forager bees, guard bees, and drone bees. The queen bee will be in a separate queen cage. To learn more about Italian honey bees click here.

Our Beekeeping Jacket &Tools Combo is a great deal for the new beekeeper or the experienced beekeeper who is just getting back into beekeeping. You will receive a jacket/veil combo which is offered in 5 different sizes. Upgrade to a mesh jacket for only $20. Beekeeping goat skin gloves are also in 5 different sizes. You will also receive a hive tool to assist you in opening the hive. A boardman feeder is also included to feed your new hive. A smoker is included to assist you in calming the honey bee colony while you work within the hive. A bee brush is included when you need to move bees of the frames. Lastly, we include a Beginning Beekeeping Handbook that goes over all the material we teach in our beginning beekeeper boot camp each year.

Our Carniolan bee packages are grown here in Georgia. We recommend that beekeepers with 3 years of beekeeping experience or more can purchase this product. Carniolan bees are better suited for cold winters due to the queen will continue to produce brood into the Fall months, which means the colony will be more robust going into Winter. Carniolan bees, overall, are more aggressive than Italian honey bees. Our Carniolan package bees include: a screen box, sugar water container or fondant block, approx. +/- 3 lbs. of bees, which includes nurse bees, forager bees, guard bees, and drone bees. The colony of bees will consist of one or more Italian, Carniolan, and Russian worker bees. The Carniolan queen bee will be in a separate queen cage. To learn more click here

Our Russian hybrid bee packages are grown here in Georgia. Because of the natural defensive traits of the Russian bees, we recommend Russian hybrid packages only to experienced beekeepers. Our Russian hybrid package bees include: a screen box, sugar water container or fondant block, approx. +/- 3 lbs. of bees which includes a queen, nurse bees, forager bees, guard bees, and drone bees. The colony of bees will consist of one or more Russian, Italian, and Carniolan worker bees. The Russian hybrid queen bee will be in a separate queen cage. We recommend beekeepers have 3 years of beekeeping experience prior to purchasing Russian bees. Learn more about the differences between Russian and Italian honey bees (Learn more click here).

The Caucasian honeybee has really great traits as they fly earlier in the day and later in the day. There are more traits that make them an excellent honeybee and that is able to fly in cooler conditions. These trait of the Caucasian honeybee excellent in nectar collection. Additionally, Caucasian queens are well know for raising strong colonies. Our 3 lbs Caucasian bee packages come with a queen, worker bees, and drones. The packaged colony can have a mix of Italian, Carniolan, or Russian Hybrid worker bees.

Caucasian honeybees are also know to be gentle and high in productivity. Caucasian honeybees are also significant gathers of propolis. Propolis is used to keep drafts out of the hive and to keep invaders out of the hive. Colonies do not reach full strength until mid-summer, which is an undesirable trait for areas with the highest nectar flow in the spring. This honeybee is better suited for northern beekeepers.

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Some dishonest companies have been caught either diluting their Manuka Honey with cheaper European honey outside of New Zealand, or artificially adding chemicals to make their Manuka appear stronger than it once was.

Parts of the Manuka bush were used for centuries by New Zealand's native Maoris as a herbal medicine to treat conditions like fevers and dandruff [3]. While honey has been used widely since ancient times to help wounds heal [1], it was not until European settlers introduced the European honey bee in the first half of the 19th century that both Maori and settlers started using the honey to help with wellbeing.

MONOFLORAL Manuka Honey is produced by bees who predominantly collected nectar from the Manuka bush itself. To be called Monofloral, the honey must meet a higher level of two of the four naturally occurring markers and meet the pollen test. Some batches of Monofloral Manuka Honey from the most remote regions of New Zealand can have an MGO rating of 840, making it extremely rare and special find.

Manuka honey is also produced by bees in Southeastern Australia. While the Leptospermum scoparium flower is used to produce Manuka honey in New Zealand, Australian Manuka honey is derived from a variety of Leptospermum plant species.

Bees collect nectar from Manuka plants and produce Manuka honey, which has unique properties. It contains an active ingredient called methylglyoxal (MGO), which a 2018 research review suggests has antibacterial effects.

Australian Manuka honey uses their own grading system, which can either be labeled AMHA (Australian Manuka Honey Association) Authentic or Authorised and labels must provide the levels of MGO on their products.

A humectant, Manuka honey may be used to help hydrate your skin. Cosmetics companies have included Manuka honey as an ingredient in products ranging from lip ointments and hydrating creams, to shampoos and conditioners.

Manuka honey used to be hard to find outside of New Zealand. But thanks to its growing popularity, today you can buy this honey at many natural and grocery stores as well as select club stores throughout the United States. You can also find it online. 041b061a72

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