Sourwood Honey

What Is Up with Sourwood Honey

We often describe Bee Wild’ honey as raw, wildcrafted, natural, and unfiltered. We don’t claim being “organic,” as this status is meaningless in the United States, as there is no recognized certifying body for organic honey. Here’s the URL for our article describing what the terminology we use and how we gather honey:  http://beewild.buzz/varietal-artisan-honey/ What…

Cinnamon Sticks

Cinnamon and Honey

Wellness Benefits of Cinnamon and Honey   Bee Wild has a booth at eight of Atlanta’s Farmer’s Markets as well as a strong presence at various local events, and we find that our regular customers are well-informed about the latest trends in holistic wellness. So, they’ve requested that we put together and share a post…

Green Healing Smoothie in a Glass

Healing Smoothie

Be Good to Your Body with a Healing Smoothie Our QueenBee is very fussy about what she eats. Aren’t we all? Don’t we have a lot of cultural and familial conditioning about what tastes good, what works for busy families, what products to buy, and so on? On top of that, there are commercials, ads,…

Pollen Covered Bee

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…

Sourwood Honey

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…