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Truefood Pure Raw Multifloral Honey

Truefood Pure Raw Multifloral Honey

Regular price R 205.00
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Truefood's Pure Raw Honey is a 100% natural, strained but unfiltered honey harvested from local bee colonies. The honey is seasonal, and the sustainable natural nectar sources vary depending on the time of the year.

This honey is produced in partnership with  Honey Bee Heroes, where each bottle of honey sold contributes to helping build safe bee apiaries for our vulnerable bees, and facilitate beekeeping training for those in low income areas - helping the bees and the local community!

Size: 500g.

  • Promotes skin regeneration and smoothness
  • Can be used as an alternative to simple and complex sugars
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Soothes bleeding gums, mouth ulcers and stomach upsets
  • Aids digestion
  • Heals cuts, burns and rashes
  • Sustainably produced
  • Non-irradiated
  • Hand harvested
  • Contains natural antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and minerals
  • Gluten Free
  • Wheat Free
  • Soy Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Suitable For Vegetarians
  • Alcohol Free
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • South African product

There are five key nectar sources that the bees feed on. The honey season starts in June in the area around Pretoria-Rustenberg, where the bees thrive on indigenous aloes. Aloe daviana is the richest source of natural pollen in the world and this gives a huge boost to the bee populations and, as a result, honey production.

Then, in the Spring, the hives journey to the Lowveld for the bees to feast on fragrant orange blossom and the gorgeous pink and white flowering racemes of macadamia. Timing is especially crucial when it comes to orange blossom - the trees flower for only three weeks. Orange and macadamia honeys are aromatically more fragrant than aloe, and are also slow granulating.

In October/November, the hives are on the move again, this time to the nearby eucalyptus (bluegum) trees.

Then it's on to the Free State's endless sunflower fields. By March, the bees have moved on to bluegum plantations in Northern Kwazulu Natal. And then the cycle starts again!

    Pure, raw 'seasonal' honey; strained, not filtered.

  • Always store away from sunlight. Do not heat.
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