Organic Hunter Honey

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  • Crystallization is a natural process, if you want to liquefy the honey, put it in a hot water bath
  • Organic honey is also strained and not heated beyond pasteurization
  • Organic honey naturally are thick and opaque

Our organic hunter honey is 100% pure organic honey. Organic hunter honey is produced from the honey bee that has grown in a natural environment. There is no use of “genetically modified organisms” OR pesticides during the farming of honey. And the flowers are not sprayed with chemicals and the bees are not fed sugar solution or are given antibiotics. It’s free of chemicals and artificial sweetness.

We bottle this honey without pasteurization because this heating process usually is considered to reduce the nutrition and vitamins from the honey. In since of this! We obtaining honey by extraction, settling and straining. That’s why our honey is 100% pure organic and natural. And organic certified.

Organic hunter honey benefits are included:-   

Its natural antibiotic, its natural antibacterial properties can prove to be useful for bed sores, skin sores, inflammation, burns, and even ulcers.

It helps, by stimulating the secretion of liquids and remove toxins from the body. It is also helpful in cases of anxiety, nervous disorders, and acute stress.

it is good for poor blood circulation, jaundice, ulcers, and urinary tract infections. It gives fantastic results in the treatment of seasonal allergies. it is ideal to use for acute asthma.

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  • 1 out of 5

    If you are selling your products here in the USA, why won’t you put the price of your products in both currencies, your country (£) and in the USA ($)? I would love to get some really good ‘honey,’ but I have never heard of anything you offer in ‘honey.’
    I have heard about the different types of ‘Oates’ and I love oats of all kinds! (The only thing I didn’t know about was putting ‘oats’ in with your soups and stews for added fiber and to thicken the soup or stews.)
    I also love ‘Tea!’ The only problem here is the tea you carry in the box of 48 tea bags, I don’t know what kind of tea that is! I have heard about the Matcha Tea, but I have never tried it. If it was to come in a smaller container, or some how in a teabag then I might be tempted to try it.
    I don’t drink much ‘Coffee’ so that wouldn’t even tempt me.
    As far as your snacks, the ‘Granola’ you had a picture of and then told about it, didn’t really appeal to me.

    My main concern is: Do you sell your products in the USA?
    If so, where are your prices for the United States of America?

    Thank you for your website.
    Norma Collins

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