If you find your honey has solidified and taken on a granulated texture, your honey has crystallized! (This is a good thing!) This is a natural process that occurs to raw, unpasteurized honey over time. It is safe to eat when the honey is in this state but if you prefer your honey liquid, you can put your jar in a pan of water on the stove top on low heat. This will allow the honey to slowly liquify.
No! All of our honey is 100% raw, unfiltered and unpasteurized! Our different honey varieties refer to the plant that the honeybees have collected the nectar from. For example, our Orange Blossom honey comes from honeybees that have collected nectar from the orange groves in Southern CA! In order to determine the nectar source of the honey, the beehives have to be located in an area where the specified plant source is dominant for at least 5 miles around the beehives since honeybees will fly up to 5 miles to forage for nectar.
Creamed honey is finely crystallized honey that is easily spreadable on toast, bagels, etc! We do not add "cream" or any other additive. It is simply very finely crystallized honey! Store our creamed honey at room temperature. If it becomes a little to soft for your liking, you can put the container in the refrigerator and it will harden back up!
Yes! Our Sacramento Local Wildflower honey and our local pollen come from beehives located across the Sacramento Valley so they will indeed help with your seasonal allergies! You can either take 2-3 teaspoons of Sacramento Local Wildflower honey or begin taking a couple granules of local pollen each day and you should notice your allergy symptoms begin to alleviate in 2-3 weeks. It is important to start small with the pollen granules and slowly work up to about 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per day as to not trigger your allergy symptoms!