- Dark amber honey
- Protects and heals the throat
- 3% healing propolis
- Intense aromatic flavor
- Family company, founded in 1915
- Size - 10.58 oz/300 g
This dark amber honey comes from the mountain forests near Valencia. Healing propolis is blended in, a natural ingredient that is said to boost the immune system and fight infection. The honey has a full, woodsy flavor, perfect for stirring into hot tea. A spoonful does wonders for sore throats and soothes coughs.
Propolis is a resin that bees collect from trees. Its health benefits have been celebrated since the time of the ancient Greeks. Propolis appears to fight bacteria, viruses and fungi. It is also purported to have anti-inflammatory effects and help skin heal. Propolis makes up 3% of this honey.
Some people take a spoonful every day for the health benefits alone. For us, the nutrients are just an added bonus, the flavor of this special honey is a joy in itself.
Family owned Primo Mendoza was founded in 1915 to share the offer the amazing honeys of Valencia. Family run for four generations, they pride themselves on premium quality, from offering small batch honeys to testing each one to make sure that the flavor and nutrients are preserved.
Note that while there is a long history of using honey in traditional healing, this product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Not recommended for children under 2 years of age.
97% forest blossom honey and 3% propolis.
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