Sweet Relief THC/CBD Honey: Oregon Spring Wildflower
Brought forth by the lively spring season of Southern Oregon, our Spring Wildflower Honey is a delightful surprise that fluctuates in character from year to year. The nectar gathered to produce this unique honey might include an array of blooms such as clover, dandelion, vetch, and wild mustard. Additionally, the ceaseless wildflower blossoms from the Agate desert, thriving around the area’s distinctive vernal pools, add their unique notes to this annual sweet symphony.
Contributing to this seasonal honey are the early-blooming trees native to the region, namely the Madrone and Black Locust, their rich nectars augmenting the honey’s complexity. Some years, these nectars are plentifully collected by industrious bees, while in others, spring rains might sweep the blossoms away, making this honey truly a product of the year’s weather patterns.
Our Spring Wildflower Honey stands out as the lightest among our offerings, boasting a luminous hue that mirrors its delicately sweet flavor profile. Upon tasting, it offers a light and sweeter caress to the tongue, embodying the ephemeral joy of Oregon’s spring in every drop.
Our Beekeeping Colleagues
We are thrilled to associate with local beekeepers who practice ethical and caring methods for honey collection.
Here is how they describe the process:
“As a smaller commercial bee operation, we follow a strict set of guidelines with regards to how we handle our honey. For starters, we pull the honey from our hives by hand, using escape boards overnight, gently allowing bees to return to the Queen and Babies below.
Once honey is placed in our processing room, it is extracted that day by the beekeeper utilizing no heat and no filtration systems common in commercial operations. The honey is allowed to settle overnight.
From here, the honey is either bottled or sealed thus limiting degradation of honey constituents which include enzyme activity, vitamins and antioxidants present in this precious whole food.
Be prepared to savor this delectable gold provided by our hardworking girls!”
Southern Oregon Spring Wildflower Honey, Cannabinoids derived from Fern Valley Farms hemp (THC, CBD)
We offer 5-ounce and 16-ounce jars of honey. The wide mouths of these jars make spooning out honey by the teaspoonful easy!
Here are how many teaspoons (servings) are in each jar:
- 5-ounce jar = 30 teaspoons
- 16-ounce jar = 96 teaspoons
Here is a short list of potential wellness properties offered by honey:
- Fat-free – this pure sugar contains no fat with small amounts of vitamins and minerals
- Rich in antioxidants – along with valuable bioactive plant compounds, honey offers key antioxidants like flavonoids and phenolic acids
- Blood sugar management – clinically proven to be better for the human body than regular sugar
- Heart health – honey appears to lower blood pressure, boost blood fat levels, keep cells healthy, and regulate your heartbeat
- Supports skin health – since ancient Egypt, honey was applied to wounds and burns; it can also treat diabetes-related foot ulcers
- Cough suppressant – many parents swear by honey as the best way to suppress coughs and shorten their duration
- Healthier dishes – perfect for sweetening yogurts and other treats instead of sugar
Honey is also versatile. You can put it in hot beverages, cook with it, add it to cold foods, or just enjoy it raw.
Honey is a wonderful natural sweetener but certain people may not be able to consume it. Below are the most common reasons or situations where consuming honey should be avoided:
Honey is unsuitable for infants under the age of 1 year. THC Honey is illegal for individuals under the age of 21 to consume.
Honey may affect sugar levels, so those suffering from diabetes should consult with their primary healthcare consultant prior to consuming honey.
The following signs may indicate an allergic reaction to honey (or compounds in it like bee pollen):
- Asthmatic reactions (shortness of breath, wheezing, etc.)
- Excess perspiration
- Irregular heart rhythms
- Stinging (when applied topically)
About Delta 9 THC
This product contains 0.3% Delta 9 THC (2.07mg/g). This makes it fully legal under the 2018 Farm Bill (which defines hemp as containing 0.3% or less Delta 9 THC)
THIRD-PARTY LAB TESTED
This THC CBD CBN Honey has been third-party lab tested for potency. These comprehensive tests also ensure that no unwanted materials, including microbial contaminations, mycotoxins, heavy metals and pesticides, or foreign matter, are contained in these premium CBD products.
DISCLAIMERS AND DISCLOSURES
Fern Valley Farms makes NO guarantee that any individual will be able to pass a drug test after consuming this product.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All products contain less than 0.3% Δ9THC.
All customer reviews represent the opinion of the reviewer, are not evaluated by the FDA, nor do they represent the viewpoint of Fern Valley Farms.
Due to the constantly shifting and widely varying legal landscape in the United States, Fern Valley Farms does not monitor state laws concerning cannabinoid possession and consumption. It is the responsibility of individual consumers to ascertain the legality of acquiring, possessing, and consuming various cannabinoids in the state in which they reside.
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