Honey Slideshow 

Honeybees Just Know

Honeybees know things.  Like when it’s going to rain.  Or when the weather will begin to change to cooler temperatures long before it begins to change.  They know which plants to visit and how often.   How do we know these things about honeybees and why does it matter? Take a look at these things and think about how YOU get your information. Rain While we watch weather radars, honeybees do not.  Or at least, not the way we do.  Honeybees rely on pollen so when it’s going to rain, they…

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Honey News Slideshow 

Why is Local Honey Different (and Better) Than Store Bought Honey?

Many times the honey that you see on the store shelf is labeled “pure honey” when in fact, it is not. Pure honey is more than a label.  Pure honey, 100% pure honey, is the only honey to get the true benefits that honey has to offer.  Sure, you can purchase whatever the store sells and it will taste sweet but it will never taste the same as a pure, true 100% nature made honey, like we sell at Atlanta’s Home Town Honey.   What Makes Ours Different? First, most…

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The Buzz 

The Buzz: Quick Bites About Honeybees

Did you know that: Honeybees produce over 860 different kinds of honey in the 50 states. The color, taste and smell come from the different flowers where the bees collect their nectar. 1 out of every 3 bites of food we eat is directly from honey bees. The main job of a honeybee is to pollinate the flowers.  In turn the flower creates the seeds, or more importantly, the fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and cotton that we need.  The trees and plants provide oxygen, wood, and medicines for us to…

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Honey Slideshow The Buzz 

The Bee’s Buzz: Did You Know?

With Spring comes warm weather and with that comes beautiful flowers.  Naturally, that brings about bees.  So, before  you swat those bees as you are out and about this season, here are some things to know about the Honeybee. Did you know that: More than 100 agricultural crops in the U.S. are pollinated by honeybees? That’s right! The honeybee is critical to agriculture. So important, in fact, that one out of every three bites of food that people eat is thanks to honeybees. Honeybees make up about 80% of ALL…

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Honey News Slideshow 

Consider Bee Pollen as a Supplement

Over the past few years, it’s not just honey that we all realize has wonderful health benefits; it seems that bee pollen itself has become all the buzz.  So, what is it?  Well, we all know it’s the actually pollen – but it’s more than that. What is Bee Pollen? Bee pollen is a supplement.  A darned good one as it turns out and here’s why you should consider bee pollen as a supplement for yourself, especially if you have allergies.  Bee pollen is really a food.  It’s high in…

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Honey Slideshow Thanksgiving 

How To Beat The Cough

There’s nothing worse than a cough.  When you are not feeling well, is when you need sleep the most to fight off your cold, flu or other related illness.  A cough keeps you awake night after night and it wears your body down.  It causes every muscle in your body to hurt.  It makes you so exhausted that you just want to sleep but every time you get just about comfortable, the cough wakes you.  We’ve all been there. There is no cure for the common cold.  However, there are some…

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News Slideshow 

What’s in a Honey Bee Colony?

You may not think about it when you put the honey in your tea or use it for your baking or any one of the other hundreds of fantastic uses for honey, but a honey bee hive is made up of very efficient working system.  Let’s take a look at each role. The Colony Honey bees living in a colony within a hive.  Think of it like this:  The hive is their physical home.  The colony is the structure that allows each bee a part in the system to do…

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News The Buzz 

What do honeybees do in the winter?

You may wonder why you never see honey bees in the winter time.  Do they hibernate? Do they die, only to be active again when the young emerge from the hive as the weather warms?  Most bees and wasps do hibernate during winter months, but the honey bee does not.  They actually remain active all winter long and this is how they survive the harsh weather and lack of flowers. The honey bee’s ability to survive the winter depends upon the hive and the food storage within the hive.  Keeping…

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Honey News 

It’s Cold Season – Are you Prepared?

There are few things that can make you miserable like a common cold.  It can come out of nowhere, over a few hours and attack your ability to focus because of the coughing, sneezing, headache, chills and more.  The cough will keep you awake at night, robbing you of valuable rest needed to fight the cold. The problem with OTC medicines is that they each have their own set of problems ranging from drowsiness, upset stomach, dry mouth and more.  But a cold can be effectively combated by using natural…

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