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Neem honey to the rescue (with help from coconut oil and ginger)

Posted on February 12, 2014 by Hilary Bromberg

Neem honey is incredible. Not only does it taste like gingerbread and toffee, but it’s incredibly medicinal, with a long history in Ayurvedic medicine. It’s known as “nature’s pharmacy” (not only by grandmothers who had you put it in your tea when sick!)
This delicious Neem honey is made by Heavenly Organics who are obsessive about fair-trade, sustainability, purity and animal welfare. This honey is not made by domesticated honeybees, instead, indigenous wild rock bees.
I put in Neem honey, coconut oil and plenty of minced ginger root in a mug with hot water to make a wonderful ginger tea.  They are all naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory! And it tastes amazing.I know it’s so snowy and cold in so many places right now, so this stuff is perfect for preventing a cold, or nipping one in the bud if you start to feel one coming on.
Our site has some other tasty ideas for this stuff, such as drizzled on bleu cheese (if you eat dairy.)
Enjoy and let me know if you have any favorite ways to use this incredible stuff! 

Neem honey is incredible. Not only does it taste like gingerbread and toffee, but it’s incredibly medicinal, with a long history in Ayurvedic medicine. It’s known as “nature’s pharmacy” (not only by grandmothers who had you put it in your tea when sick!)

This delicious Neem honey is made by Heavenly Organics, who are obsessive about fair trade, sustainability, purity and animal welfare. This honey is not made by domesticated honeybees, instead, indigenous wild rock bees. It's one of the few honeys that's actually bee-friendly in its harvesting methods!

I put Neem honeycoconut oil and plenty of minced ginger root in a mug with hot water to make a wonderful ginger tea.  They are all naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory! And it tastes amazing.

We're still in the depths of winter, so this stuff is perfect for preventing a cold, or nipping one in the bud if you start to feel one coming on.

Our site has some other tasty ideas for neem honey, such as drizzled on bleu cheese (if you eat dairy).

Enjoy, and let me know if you have any favorite ways to use this incredible stuff! 

Posted in beefriendlyhoney, coconutoil, flufighter, ginger, heavenlyorganics, naturalremedy, neem, neemhoney, nutiva, tea, veganhoney


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