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Lazy Drone honey is now available. Don't wait, we sell out quickly.
Visit our road side stand on Farnham Road.
Lazy Drone sells only pure, natural, raw, unfiltered honey.

There is ongoing debate about the safety of giving raw honey to infants. As long as there is any question, Lazy Drone does not recommend giving raw honey to children under the age of one year.

 Sorry, we are not shipping at this time so do not accept online orders.

1 lb jar of honey
1 lb. jar of Honey
The consistency, fragrance and taste of honey depend on the type of flowers from which the bees collected nectar. All honey eventually crystallizes. Honey may crystallize more rapidly depending on the proportion of the simple sugars, glucose and fructose, in the honey. To re-liquefy your honey: boil some water and remove from heat, place opened jar of honey in the hot water until it becomes liquid again.
Apitherapy is the term used to describe the medicinal uses of honey.
Apitherapy has been used for more than 5000 years. Bee products such as honey, pollen, beeswax, propolis and even bee venom are used to treat illness and injury.
The Buzz on Bee Therapy

Dr. Greene

Allergies - natural, unfiltered, local honey contains grains of pollen from local plants. Over time it may have a desensitizing effect, thus relieving some allergies.

Stomach Ailments - Honey has been used to treat upset stomach. It has been proven to prevent the growth of the organism believed to be responsible for stomach ulcers.

Wounds - The FDA has approved honey for wound care from burns to minor cuts and abrasions. Honey contains inhibine which fights germs. Good to know the FDA finally approved something that has been used successfully for 5000 years!

Hangover - Honey has been used to reduce the gastritis caused by alcohol consumption.

Bee Venom - Used for a multitude of conditions including: arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Lyme disease, ligament and tendon injuries, etc.
Propolis - is a powerful local anesthetic and can relieve the discomfort of a bee sting! Isn't it considerate of honey bees to make such a product?

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