Sourwood Honey Is Coming

Update from the Home Apiary: Sourwood Honey is Coming As you may know, last year there was no sourwood honey crop. We had a plethora of thunderstorms and rain in Northern Georgia. Because of the bad weather, the blossoms on the sourwood fell to the ground. Therefore, there were no flowers for the bees to…

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Stressed?

Need Help Because You Are Stressed? Use Our Honey Body Glow! If you are anything like me, you are sensitive to other people’s moods and energy. You’re the person everyone comes to because you are so sympathetic. They tell you all their problems and ask you for advice, never realizing that this just adds to…

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Grow Your Own Food

Key to Eating Seasonal, Local, Organic: Grow Your Own Food   Grow Your Own Food! Fostering a healthy relationship with food is key to creating lasting wellness. I learn so much about this when my QiGong instructor, Jeff Primack, taught us Food Healing. See http://qigong.com/food-healing/. Of course, there are other systems of thought, and certainly…

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Bee and Honey Update

The World of Raw, Wild-Crafted Honey: Bee and Honey Update As beekeepers who believe in our raw, wild-crafted honey products, we live and work with Nature as our guide. Some seasons, there is an abundance of Wildflower Honey, for example. But, last year because of the weather conditions, we didn’t have Wildflower Honey because the…

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