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    All-natural, raw honey has been aptly named a super food: "Bee products are considered to be one of the most spiritual and magical foods on the planet, as well as one of the top superfoods and sources of concentrated nutrition." Wolfe, David, Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future (2010). Unfiltered and unpasteurized honey is a rich and highly nutritious blend of bioactive compounds, including simple sugars, enzymes, antibiotics, probiotics, vitamins and minerals. Raw honey is a powerful antioxidant, and helps to fight the buildup of "bad" cholesterol in your arteries. It has antimicrobial properties that are effective against many bacterial pathogens and fungi. At the same time, honey promotes the growth and activity of "friendly" bacteria (bifidobacteria) which are found in your gut and which help with good digestion. Raw honey is a natural immune enhancer and anti-inflammatory agent. For some people, raw honey helps to reduce seasonal allergy symptoms, especially when local raw honey is used. Raw honey is great for athletes, providing easily absorbed carbs from glucose and fructose, which increases performance and accelerates post-exercise recovery. For skin care, raw honey contains strong anti-bacterial properties and has been used for centuries to treat burns and cuts. Both research and long experience confirm that raw honey is indeed a "functional food" with important nutritional and physiological health benefits.

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    NOTE: The information provided on this website is provided for information only, and should not be used as personal medical advice. The FDA has not evaluated any of these statements. None of the information or products discussed on this site are intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate or cure any disease. Always consult your doctor or licensed health professional for specific questions regarding your health.

    Raw honey should never be given to children under 1 year old. In rare cases, raw honey may contain botulism spores. The immune systems of infants are not sufficiently developed to handle botulism, and this can lead to severe illness and even death.