FAQS

 

Basic-Info-about-Raw-HoneyBelow are the frequently asked questions from our customers:

Below are the frequently asked questions from our customers:

Is it pure?

Yes, our honey is pure and raw. We ensure that our stocks are pure with no additives such as sugar cane/refined sugar. It underwent quality control and basic filtering, leaving some tiny pollens and enzymes.

Why your honey is a bit diluted/runny or not thick?

Our honey is still unprocessed, that’s why it’s a bit runny compared to honeys in supermarkets. Please note that honey is a reflection of a certain location. Most nectar sources in our areas are trees. Kindly scroll up and read the explanation about viscosity.

Why the color and taste of your pure raw honey differ?

Our honey is not from a bee farm, it came from wild bees, hence, the color and flavor of it vary in bees’ nectar source. Aside from that, storage conditions, age, and climate can also help change its color, taste and even texture.

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Why does foam form on honey?

A natural and harmless accumulation of air bubbles appears as white foam that rises to the top of the jar. It does not affect the taste or quality of the honey.

Why does honey granulate?

Honey has a tendency to granulate due to its natural properties. Granulation does not affect the taste or purity of honey. It can be restored to liquid form by placing the jar in a pan of very warm, but not boiling, water.

Do you have enough supplies?

Collecting honey is seasonal. Harvest season begins on March until October, so we tried our best to save for rainy days.

Can I give raw honey to my baby?

Honey should never be given to infants under the age of one. Honey, and other raw agricultural products, may contain a small number of spores called Clostridium botulinum. These are the same organisms that cause botulism. The spores do not thrive in the intestines of adults and older children. In the young stomachs of infants, the spores are able to grow, possibly causing a serious form of food poisoning known as infant botulism. For older children and adults, honey is unquestionably safe.

What to do with raw honey?

It can be used as a substitute for refined sugar. Raw honey is used by many as a treatment for allergies, coughs and wounds.

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Is it organic?

We can assume as it is from forests, but we’re not claiming it. We don’t have an organic bee farm yet.

Can you identify what came from Pisukan and Ligwan?

We don’t have the variety. We don’t put label whether the honey is Pisukan or Ligwan, but you can notice that the color and taste is slightly different from the other.

Again, we can’t offer raw honey with consistent taste and color as our source isn’t cultured.