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100% pure honey from our local hives here in Burnaby, BC.
Raw honey has many nutritional benefits besides tasting great. The many antioxidants and phytonutrients make raw honey a very special sugar substitute. Honey is also an amazing skincare ingredient due to its incredibly moisturizing properties. Unpasteurized raw honey also has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Our Local Wildflower Honey was collected in Burnaby, BC in an urban non-agricultural area within 3km of our house. Our bees love our local wild blackberry flowers and bring in various nectar from neighbour's gardens and native plants. Local honey will provide tiny particles of pollen that was collected along with nectar which is said to be helpful for seasonal allergies. Taste the citrusy note of blackberries along with all the flowers in this truly unique honey.
Organic Fireweed & Wildflower Honey (Chamerion angustifolium) grows on the Pacific West Coast and Northern Canada. It is the first seed that sprouts after a forest fire; quickly takes hold of the soil preventing erosion and in a few years gives way to a new forest.
Fireweed is amazing at helping the forest re-establish itself and provides copious, delicious nectar that honeybees absolutely love. Unpasteurized fireweed honey is one of the world’s best honey. It has very high antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and is rich in antioxidants. In fact, it can be used even for wound care. Fireweed honey has a smooth, fruity taste with a delightful buttery finish that makes it an award winning honey.
This year our bees collected wildflowers growing along fireweed in the pristine mountains near Harrison Hot Springs. This honey is mainly fireweed with a small amount of coastal wildflowers. It offers a wonderful tasting local honey.
If you would like larger quantities, please contact us at email@example.com for local pick-up.
Caution: Raw honey should not be consumed by infants less than 1 year old unless it has been cooked.