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Medicinal Herbal Honey - Various

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Medicinal Herbal Honey - Various

from 10.00

Floral jam, herbal infused honey, medicinal honey... all refer to the nurturing nature of this sweet medicine, a medicine that is meant to uplift the spirit and calm the mind and and body. Each unique herbal-honey infusion has its own amazing energetics and actions, and please note that not all medicinal honeys offered are 100% strained. The result is sometimes a thick, raw honey that has "candied" the herbs within, making for a wonderful, medicinal treat. Despite tasting so good, they truly are of medicinal grade!

Suggested use: add any of these honeys to tea, on top of yogurt, ice cream, bread, cookies, fruit or just as a spoonful in of itself!

  • Available as eight ounces or four.
  • Available in a variety of herbal combinations.

Fall/Winter:

  • Rosehip & Sage: raw and local (WA) honey, Rosa spp. (wildcrafted rosehips), Salvia officinalis (organic sage)
  • Cacao & Chaga Mushroom: raw and local (WA) honey, Theobroma cacao (organic, roasted cacao), Inonotus obliquus (wildcrafted chaga)
  • Fir & Orange: raw and local (WA) honey, Abies grandis (wildcrafted grand fir), Pseudotsuga douglasii (wildcrafted Douglas fir), Citrus sinensis (organic orange)
  • Black Seed & Ginger Honey: raw and local (WA) honey, Nigella sativa (organic black seed), Zingiber officinale (organic ginger)

Spring/Summer

  • Hibiscus & Lemon Balm Honey: raw and local (WA) honey, Hibiscus sabdariffa (hibiscus flowers*), Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)  *contraindications - hibiscus
  • Elderflower & Elderberry: raw and local (WA) honey, Sambucus nigra (wildcrafted elderberry), Sambucus cerulea (wildcrafted elderflower)

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

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Floral jam, herbal infused honey, medicinal honey... all refer to the nurturing nature of this sweet medicine, a medicine that is meant to uplift the spirit and calm the mind and and body. Each unique herbal-honey infusion has its own amazing energetics and actions, and please note that not all medicinal honeys offered are 100% strained. The result is sometimes a thick, raw honey that has "candied" the herbs within, making for a wonderful, medicinal treat. Despite tasting so good, they truly are of medicinal grade!

Suggested use: add any of these honeys to tea, on top of yogurt, ice cream, bread, cookies, fruit or just as a spoonful in of itself!

  • Available as eight ounces or four.
  • Available in a variety of herbal combinations.

Fall/Winter:

  • Rosehip & Sage: raw and local (WA) honey, Rosa spp. (wildcrafted rosehips), Salvia officinalis (organic sage)
  • Cacao & Chaga Mushroom: raw and local (WA) honey, Theobroma cacao (organic, roasted cacao), Inonotus obliquus (wildcrafted chaga)
  • Fir & Orange: raw and local (WA) honey, Abies grandis (wildcrafted grand fir), Pseudotsuga douglasii (wildcrafted Douglas fir), Citrus sinensis (organic orange)
  • Black Seed & Ginger Honey: raw and local (WA) honey, Nigella sativa (organic black seed), Zingiber officinale (organic ginger)

Spring/Summer

  • Hibiscus & Lemon Balm Honey: raw and local (WA) honey, Hibiscus sabdariffa (hibiscus flowers*), Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)  *contraindications - hibiscus
  • Elderflower & Elderberry: raw and local (WA) honey, Sambucus nigra (wildcrafted elderberry), Sambucus cerulea (wildcrafted elderflower)

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

Black seed: is an ancient and highly revered remedy, used to cure a variety of dis-ease over the course of history. These seeds have long been cultivated in Egypt, needing the perfect growing conditions found only in Egypt's oasis where they are hand watered until the seed pods form. These seeds were found entombed with Tutankhamen to keep him in health while traveling into the afterlife. Black seed is also mentioned in the old testament of the bible in reference to curing and healing disease, and have been noted in modern times as healing just about everything but death. They can be used as medicine internally to treat asthma, headache, toothache, blood pressure imbalance, as an antibacterial, to treat diabetes, epilepsy, opiate addiction and so much more. Externally, black seed is effective at healing psoriasis and eczema, relieving joint pain, and greatly reducing skin blemishes and wrinkles. About 40 years ago, many scientific studies began being conducted (over 200 so far) and have supported what people had already known about the health benefits of Egypt's black seed.

Ginger: this root is antimicrobial, antioxidant, and carminative, making it useful in treating painful gas, digestive issues, colic, nausea and in improving circulation.

Douglas-fir: needles are delicious and nutritious, are anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, immune stimulating, and high in iron, antioxidants, flavonoids, and vitamins C, B and A. Douglas-fir is not a true fir, nor is it a pine or spruce, but is most closely related to hemlock.

Grand fir: needles (and some stems for an extra resinous flavor) have four times more vitamin C than an orange, and the oils found in their bark, sap, resin and needles are immune-boosting, promote circulation to cold, stiff bones and muscles, balance hormones, decongest the lungs, and are supportive to the respiratory system in general. The aroma of fir needles bring about confidence and courage while also relieving anxiousness and stress. Fir and other conifers were revered and celebrated during Yule festivities, as they embody the goddess that never dies, or the Tree of Life. During the winter solstice, these trees of life were ornamented with candles to symbolize everlasting light of the stars, moon and sun. 

Orange peel: the peel is actually more nutrient rich than the fruit, due to the peel's higher concentration of enzymes, flavonoids and phyto-nutrients. The peel also contains large amounts of  vitamin C, vitamin B1, folic acid, and numerous other vitamins and minerals.

Cacao: this is chocolate in its most nutritious form, containing many more flavonoid antioxidants than most fruits and vegetables, with four times the concentrated antioxidants as green tea. It's bitter properties mades it great for digestion.

Chaga: this fungus is a powerful immuno-stimulant that naturally grows on birch trees. It is immune-boosting, anti-cancer and supports the body in fighting off both viral and bacterial infection. 

Rosehip: is very high in vitamin C, immune boosting, anti-inflammatory, supportive of healthy joints, protective against cold and flu, and is used to improve skin conditions.

Sage: is used to treat skin infection or general skin disorders such as dermatitis and psoriasis. It is also known to prevent signs of aging including wrinkles and sagging skin, and is used to protect from cracking, scarring and age spots. Additionally it is used as a hair conditioner which treats both dandruff and oily hair, and is antibacterial and antifungal. This common herb is well known as a strong germ and flu fighter, an aromatic antidepressant, and is said to increase one's artistic abilities by stimulating the throat Chakra. 

Lemon balm: Melissa is beneficial in calming nerve tissue, is a mild antidepressant, carminative, sedative, and is used to treat colds, migraines, eczema, and insomnia. A clinical study focused on dementia showed that the essential oil reduced patient agitation by 35%. This herb has been used in combination with St. John’s wort to reduce symptoms of irritable bowl syndrome and colitis. It has also found to be helpful in reducing bad dreams or night terrors. Melissa has been cultivated for thousands of years and was a favorite herb of the Islamic alchemists, and the well known Muslim herbalist Avicenna used lemon balm to treat heart problems. Lemon balm is medically approved in supporting calm and healthy sleep, supporting the gastrointestinal tract, and has been shown to increase memory and cognitive function. 

*Hibiscus: is a tart and refreshing flower when used in teas. It is also very high in antioxidants. Contraindication: hibiscus flowers are sometimes grown and harvested with peanut crops. It is always possible that peanut shells are minimally present with hibiscus.

Raw, local honey: is medicine in of itself and is considered the oldest known food to mankind, being regularly gathered even before the first cultivations of land. Honey is synonymous with happiness and fulfillment, and is added to food and drink to emphasize a good mood. It is often used to treat indigestion, headache, to sooth sore throats, boost the immune system, inhibit violent coughing, and suppressing the onset of cold and flu. This nectar is sacred to many gods, especially earth goddess Demeter and the Egyptian sun god Ra.

Disclosure: None of the products here are intended as prescriptions for the treatment of health problems. Herbs must be used with knowledge and discretion, and we cannot be responsible for individual responses to their use. As always, please consult a health practitioner before use. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease - it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements or products in general. Health decisions are to be made by the advice of your health care professional. As with any dietary or herbal supplement seek the advise of your physician. Nursing , pregnant , or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before taking any of these products.