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“Raw honey means you have more of the antibacterial, antioxidant and resins available to enjoy. It also contains a small amount of the same resins that you find in propolis ...”

Honey resides in most pantries across the globe and maintains cult status as a home remedy for sore throats, colds, flu and topical skin complaints. There are few culinary items that can boast such an impressive range of uses across food, medicine, nutrition, cosmetic, religion and traditional purposes. It’s loved by all cultures, all religions

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