The very best that bees have to offer are now found in 1 handy container. This is raw honey, so be sure to not feed to infants 1 year and younger. Pregnant women should also stay clear of raw honey. Because it is unpasteurized, the flavor is far more intense than pasteurized honey. However, there is more risk of contamination from C. botulinum spores which causes botulism and can be fatal to infants.
With every raw product, there are risks when consuming. However, the benefits, many claim, far outweigh the cons. The flavor profile of raw honey is far more pleasurable and intense than pasteurized honey. Flower profiles are far more noticeable and enjoyable. There are also myriad health benefits that come from eating raw honey. It can act as a potential sugar alternative for those with diabetes; it has, in some studies, seen improved liver function and regeneration; it has shown to be a good natural cough suppressant in children suffering from upper respiratory tract infections; promotes heart health; and helps boost the immune system.
The honeycomb is just as important as the honey itself. Honeycomb is edible and is what contains the honey. It is sweet and has all the benefits honey has. It is also a great chew, offering a great alternative to the processed sugars we all enjoy for dessert. Simply enjoy the honeycomb by itself, or use it as part of a yogurt bowl. Find a nice bowl of Greek yogurt. Spoon some raw honey (or layer some honeycomb on top), and sprinkle with pistachios. This is a great way to end a meal and will indeed send vibes of a real-life horn of plenty, but in the form of a bowl.
Store in a cool dry place. Refrigerate upon opening.