The raw truth on local honey for allergies. Does it have to be raw, are certain types better than others, how far is local, and a allergy popsicle recipe!

The raw truth on local honey for allergies. Does it have to be raw, are certain types better than others, how far is local, and a allergy popsicle recipe!

Honey is a wonderful healer - but you need the right kind of honey - read to find out more!

Honey is a wonderful healer - but you need the right kind of honey - read to find out more!

Treat your Allergies with raw honey by exposing the body to micro amounts of pollen. This article explains the hows and whys of using honey to treat allergies.

Treat your Allergies with raw honey by exposing the body to micro amounts of pollen. This article explains the hows and whys of using honey to treat allergies.

I've been doing this on/off for a year and it really works. Helps with water retention, appetite, immune system, skin and hair, and keeping your GI regulated. 1 tablespoon local honey 1 tablespoon raw organic apple cider vinegar warm water to fill the glass Drink twice a day.

I've been doing this on/off for a year and it really works. Helps with water retention, appetite, immune system, skin and hair, and keeping your GI regulated. 1 tablespoon local honey 1 tablespoon raw organic apple cider vinegar warm water to fill the glass Drink twice a day.

Using Local Honey for Allergies As one who makes his living by writing about allergies and asthma I am often asked about the potential health benefits of using local honey. Honey contains bits and pieces of pollen and honey, and as an immune system booster, it is quite powerful. I have often in talks and articles, and in my books, advocated using local honey. Frequently I’ll get emails from readers who want to know exactly what I mean by local honey, and how “local” should it be.

Using Local Honey for Allergies As one who makes his living by writing about allergies and asthma I am often asked about the potential health benefits of using local honey. Honey contains bits and pieces of pollen and honey, and as an immune system booster, it is quite powerful. I have often in talks and articles, and in my books, advocated using local honey. Frequently I’ll get emails from readers who want to know exactly what I mean by local honey, and how “local” should it be.

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