We all know that honey is one of the most healthy natural foods around, right? Have you tried green tea with honey and a little squeeze of lemon? If I feel cold in the fall or winter I love to sit and watch my dog and sip a cup of tea. It’s relaxing and I know it’s a very healthy drink. I’m doing a giveaway today with my favorite honey company that’s located in Shelley, Idaho. It’s called Cox’s . Now, I’ve never been to the store but I keep in contact with Rochelle, her family started the company. I also love to keep in touch with Dustin whom I met through the same company. Here’s the reason I only buy from their company. This is not a sponsored post, I am purchasing the giveaway to share with my readers. I thought I better make that clear up front. These are my opinions on this raw, natural honey.
This is a statement from their website and I quote “Cox’s Honey packages a pure honey. Our gathering, extraction, and packaging process is meticulous because we feel that our customers deserve the best. We are one of a few that produce and package our own. That way we have a hands-on approach to assuring we do indeed offer a pure honey. We are thorough in our analysis of the quality of honey we provide for our customers. We do not overheat, pasteurize, or filter our honey. Pure honey is healthy in its natural form and a great alternative to any kind of refined sugar. Everyone should benefit from the work that the bees put into such a fantastic product”. End of quote.
Not all honey in jars and plastic containers are the real deal, so please do your research on the brands you buy before you store them. Please note, I cringe when I hear this statement, “I bought four 5-gallon containers of honey.” Here’s the deal, if you use a LOT of it each month, and I mean a lot of it, then that would work. It will not work for long-term storage. Now it will store indefinitely, but you will need a chisel to get the crystallized honey out of the bucket. Now if you live where the temperatures are REALLY hot, the honey may, remember the term may soften it outside so you can scoop some out.
I only store mine in quart jars so I can let it soften in a warm pan or outside on the picnic table if it does crystallize. And it will crystallize over time. But the honey is still good, I remember once I was in a hurry and I could see chunks in the honey, dang, those chunks stayed as chunks in my homemade wheat bread. Oh, we still ate it but I wouldn’t dare take a loaf to a neighbor. Please remember, never heat it up in your microwave, well you could but you will lose almost all the nutrients. Let’s keep our honey in its natural raw form.
Local honey provides allergy benefits because it has local pollens, it promotes an immunity to the pollen in your community.
Medicinal purposes, it can be used as a salve on cuts and abrasions and will speed the healing process.
It helps with stomach aches, gas and actually helps you sleep at night. Try a spoonful before you go to bed.
It helps increases your metabolic rate and may even help with your liver function, you can even maybe lose a few pounds.
Natural sweetener compared to white sugar that is processed. Your body will break down honey a lot faster than refined sugar.
It can help prevent cancer and heart disease.
Reduces a cough and sore throat pain.
It has a natural antibacterial and anti-fungal which also helps with healing our bodies.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with any social media or Cox’s. This giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 Contiguous States. This giveaway starts on Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 at 5:00 AM (MST/MDT) and ends on Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 at 5:00 PM (MST/MDT). The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders. Good luck to everyone! Let’s be prepared for the unexpected! GIveaway has ended.
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