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Celebrate National Honey Month

September is National Honey Month, and we at Georgia Honey Farm want to help you celebrate with…well, honey! Join our celebration by using honey in an innovative way this month with one of our suggestions below or one of your own. As many honey-lovers already know, honey is a natural, versatile sweetener with qualities that […]

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Using Honey to Enhance Athletic Competition

Many people know that honey is a natural, tasty food with numerous health benefits, but few may recognize honey as a lasting energy source for sports and physical activity. While athletes have traditionally turned to energy gels, sports drinks, and post-workout protein shakes for replenishing energy or nutrients, many are now taking a closer look […]

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Honey’s Superfood Properties

Often called a superfood, honey is credited with being one of the best products you can put in—and on—your body. From foods and beverages to remedies and balms, honey has been used for centuries to boost immunity and provide energy because of its antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, and antioxidant properties. Internally, honey can help with ulcers, […]

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Use Honey for Sweeter, Healthier Eating

You don’t have to give up sweets to make healthier eating choices. Instead, you can use honey as a natural, unprocessed substitute for sugar in all of your favorite recipes. Like sugar, honey is composed of two simple sugars—glucose and fructose—but it is absorbed into the body differently than sugar and aids in digestion whereas […]

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Don’t Limit Your Use of Raw Honey to Just Adding to Food Recipes

While adding a touch of honey to your morning coffee or using it in your dinner recipe can add an unmistakable flavor, you don’t have to limit your use of raw honey for eating. For hundreds of years, people have been using honey for purposes like medicinal, restorative, and enhancing beauty. Consider raw honey for […]

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National Honey Bee Day Reminds Us How Important Bees are for Ecosystems

National Honey Bee Day was August 16th and is a day set aside each year to honor the important honey bee population. This day is an educational opportunity for everyone to learn more about how bees keep our ecosystem thriving.  Each year, the special day has a theme and this year the theme focused on […]

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Help Give Honey Bees a Chance

Honey Bees Have Been Getting a Lot of Buzz Lately Have you noticed that bees have been in the news lately? The week of June 21 marked the beginning of National Pollinators Week and organizations working to protect bees have been actively promoting their cause. In addition, the USDA provides $8 million to boost the […]

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DIY Hair Treatments Using Honey

Honey is not simply for nourishment – it’s also used as a therapeutic and cosmetic supplement. Resourceful entrepreneurs have also discovered that honey is a valuable ingredient in modern beauty treatment processes. As a humectant, honey prevents things from drying out by absorbing moisture. Coupled with its soothing properties, this makes honey the perfect moisturizer […]

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Raw and Natural Honey

Georgia Honey Farm takes pride in its selection of high-quality raw and natural honey. The honey we sell is not pasteurized nor micro-filtered, which means you only get the optimum nutritional benefits present in honey that nature offers. These two processes eliminate yeast and pollen residue from the honey to delay the onset of crystallization […]

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Sourwood Honey is Sweet!

Sourwood honey is highly regarded by honeymakers and connoisseurs alike. That’s because sourwood rarely grows nowadays, and is indigenous to the Southern Appalachians that run across the regions of Northern Georgia and Northwestern Carolina. Sourwood trees grow from 40 to 60 feet from the months of June to July. Its flowers are white and bell-shaped, […]

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