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Honibe Honey Lozenges Nature's Cough Drop 10 Honey Lozenges
  • Honibe Honey Lozenges Nature's Cough Drop 10 Honey Lozenges

Honibe Honey Lozenges Nature’s Cough Drop 10 Honey Lozenges

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Honibe¬ honey lozenges are the worldÍs first lozenges made from pure dried honey. Honey lozenges contain menthol and eucalyptus, perfect to sooth a sore throat.

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The Honibe Story honibeŚ¬ was born out of a camping trip äóěhoney accidentäóť in the mountains of British Columbia. Founders John & Susan Rowe were hiking in bear country when they opened up thei back pack to pull out a glass jar of honey they were carrying, and found it had shattered leaving a sticky mess! Why were we carrying a jar of honey in the first place? Good question! Honey is one of natureäó»s best kept healing secrets AND an excellent source of energy. Not only did this experience give us a good scare, but it also served as a äóěEureka!äóť momentäó_there had to be an easier way to travel with honey. Ideally in a format that was less likely to attract bears! ŚćAfter many years of research and experiments, they created honibeŚ¬ äóń the only pure dried honey in the world scientifically proven to retain all of honeyäó»s naturally occurring health benefits. Today, their companyäó»s mantra is to deliver honey to you in innovative and convenient products that contribute to your health and wellness in a way that only honey can: purely, naturally, effectively and with the fewest ingredients possible. They care about the health of humans AND bees. And they hope you will join them on their daily quest of choosing health. Whatäó»s in a name? Whatäó»s in a name? honibeŚ¬ (pronounced honey-bee) pays homage to the hard working honey bees that make their product possible. They are passionate about precarious future of these amazing creatures. Honey for health Honey is a natural sugar produced by Honey Bees using nectar from flowers. Many people swarm to honey for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Holistic practitioners consider it one of natureäó»s best all-around remedies and athletes around the world prefer honey as a pure energy source. Honey is a sweet flavourful liquid food of high nutritional value and immense health benefits. Honey is pure energy honibeŚ¬ products are created using a patented technology designed to maintain all of the natural health properties of raw honey. ŚćProviding families affordable products with real health benefits, honibe is the worldäó»s first line of 100% pure natural solid honey and honey gummy products. honibeŚ¬ lozenges are great for sore throats as they target the swelling that makes swallowing, drinking, and eating painful. Honey has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and has been used for thousands of years to treat wounds and infections. Many ancient cultures from around the world used honey for its medicinal properties as well as its sweet taste. honibeŚ¬ honey lozenges are at least 97% honey äóń making them a great source of honey and its germ-busting powers. Phytonutrients ( phyŚ‡toŚ‡nuŚ‡triŚ‡ent ) in raw honey have antibacterial and antiviral properties that can help boost your immune system and fight sickness. Bee the change At honibeŚ¬ , they care about the health of people. They also care about the health of bees. What many donäó»t realize is how closely linked the health potential of the population is to the health of the declining bee population. One third of the most delicious and nutritious foods on Earth simply wouldnäó»t exist without bees and pollination. Scientists call bees an indicator species because they are so instrumental to the biodiversity of the planet. When there is something wrong with our bee population it is a warning that the health of the planetäó»s ecosystem is also at risk. The bad news is that Bees are in trouble. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is a phenomenon where worker bees evacuate their hives and die. This decline in bee population is at a staggering rate of over 30% since 2006.



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