Pennsylvania Fall Wildflower is local the West Grove Region of PA.
This Fall Wildflower Is ideal for fall allergy sufferers containing nectar from Asters, Goldenrod and Japanese Knotweed. This fall honey that has notes of wheat and wildflowers, ideal for colds and post nasal drip September through March. Beez' recommends this honey to those who get the sniffles in the fall. Darker honey is also higher in antioxidant content.
Pennsylvania Fall Wildflower
Raw honey will not expire. Storing in a warm space will delay crystalization. When raw honey crystalizes, this is a sign of real honey and happens at different rates for different honey varietals. Read more about how honey is extracted and why it crystalizes in "Beez' Blog"- link pasted below. To decrystalize honey, place glass jar in a few inches of hot water for 30 min-1 hour on low-medium, stirring occasionally to melt the crystals. Do not overheat or your honey will lose its nutritional value. If adding to coffee or tea it is reccomened that you let your drink cool to below 95 degrees to gain the most nutritional value and not cook the honey.
**Do not feed honey to children 1 years old and under.