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 Is honey suitable for infants?

Answer Only for babies above 12 months old. The reason for this is that honey has been identified as a risk factor for botulism. The bacteria produce toxins that can be dangerous, even fatal to infants. I... Read More »
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Signs of a Reaction to Honey in Infants?

Infants under a year old should never be given honey. Parents sometimes assume this recommendation is to prevent an allergic reaction, but the real danger in honey comes from the highly toxic spore... Read More »
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What are the health benefits of MANUKA HONEY It's so much more expensive than ordinary honey?

Manuka Honey has natural antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. Most honey has enzymes that create hydrogen paroxide. Howev... Read More »
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What is "good honey" I just tasted honey and it was straight up nasty?

a couple things:first, honey is basically sugar (fructose) and it will have a taste and aroma akin to the nectar of the flowers the bees use to make it. so clover honey will have a distinct taste ... Read More »
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The Difference in the Flavor of Fireweed Honey & Wildflower Honey?

Honey is one of the oldest foods known to man. Its golden sweet taste is known for its nuanced flavors. Honey is made from the nectar of many flowers, including wildflowers and fireweed. ... Read More »
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