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Where are our hives located?

Our hives are located in areas surrounding Los Angeles, the wonderful Santa Monica that border the Pacific Ocean and majestic San Gabriel Mountains.

Both of these locations are far from modern intensive agriculture and all of the pollution and pesticides that come with that.

Our hives are based next to thousands of acres of National Park and National Forest. And although you cannot guarantee the honey is organic (bees travel up to 5 miles from their hives) most of the surrounding area is free from any kinds of harmful chemicals and pesticides.

Pure Local Raw

The honey in our jars is exactly the same as the honey that is in the hive. It’s pure, meaning that we have not diluted or added anything to it.

It’s raw because we haven’t filtered any of the goodness such as pollen grains out of it nor have we heated our honey which destroys the enzymes that are so good for you.*

Our honey is local to the Malibu/Los Angeles area so you know what kind of flowers the bees are visiting for their nectar and pollen.

*Much of the honey that you see on the shelves of supermarkets is filtered and heated inorder to maintain a clear liquid consistency. This honey has none of the important ingredients that make honey good for you.

What are the health benefits for honey that is pure, local, and raw?

There have been many studies that contribute a varied amount of health benefits to eating raw honey like ours. Raw honey is essentially pure sugar, with no fat, and a high potency of antioxidants. This means that honey is a healthier option than refined sugar and other heavily processed sweeteners.

It has antimicrobial properties and has been used since ancient egypt in medicine as a treatment to wounds and burns.

Research has also shown that raw honey can also help with seasonal pollen allergies as well as soothing sore throats and coughs. There is some evidence that suggests the powerful antioxidants can help prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease and cancer.

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