Is your raw honey complete or "whole" honey?

by Heather
(Colorado Springs, CO)


Do you sell a product that is not filtered in any way - in other words it contains the honey, the bee pollen, the propolis, the royal jelly (and even perhaps bits of the honey comb itself?

Also, I read the bee bread recipe - would that be the same thing as the honey that you sell that is mixed with bee pollen? Or has that product aged and "warmed" to the point that the nutrients have diminished beyond true bee bread levels.

I am sure these are repetitive questions asked by your previous consumers. I do apologize and am looking for some clarity as a new customer. I just received your royal jelly and love it.

Thank you,
Heather in Colorado

P.S. - I am about to order you skin care cream but am curious where/how you source your lanolin?

Angela's Comments:

Hi Heather,
Great questions. Our Raw Honey is not filtered or re-heated in any way. The only thing we do is gently filter out any bee parts from it. The propolis, bee pollen, beeswax and royal jelly are all in the raw honey.

I will have to look into our source of lanolin. I will get back to you and post here.


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Apr 12, 2011
Source of lanolin
by: Angela

I can tell you is that the Lanolin is 1st Category (there are 3 and 1 is the best). Usually lanolin is coming from Australia but our distributor did not know where it is processed. Otherwise I don't think he would tell me
where he buys his lanolin which is understandable I suppose.

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