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#3194263 - 03/16/13 09:01 AM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Beekeeper]
Bottom Hunter
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I take local honey, but also work out six days a week too.....I have never had allergy issues anyway, but if I like honey, and I do, and it may or may not do me more good, then why not?

Every person is different in their degree of allergies and health....some things may work for some and not for others.

that's why we have choices...good luck!
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#3194279 - 03/16/13 09:29 AM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Stalkhunter]
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You HAVE to use local honey and you HAVE to eat it everyday without fail. You can't just "try" it a few days, it's not going to work. It does not mater how you eat it, on toast, biscuits, in oatmeal, in milk, in coffee, or just a spoonfull straight in your mouth.

Next time your in the store like Wal-Mart or Krogers take a look at all the different brands of honey and where they are from. Some are from Mexico, some from California, some from Idaho, Kanasas, etc, etc. The "store" brand is almost always a "mix" of honey from the "cheapest" place they can get it.

None of that will do you or me any good unless we live in those places.

Ask yourself this, what is a flu shot??? it's a dead flu virus, right? They put it in you so your body can start working against it. Same thing for the pollen in honey. If it's local then it's the very same pollen that you breath in everyday.

Does it work?? Somme people say yes while others say no.
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#3194368 - 03/16/13 12:10 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Bowdacious]
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 Originally Posted By: Bowdacious
It has made mine better than they used to be. If you normally sweeten coffee with sugar, use honey instead.


My sister swears by this. And she inherited our moms allergies. I don't drink coffee so never tried it myself.
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#3194374 - 03/16/13 12:17 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Big Ben]
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How "local" does it need to be?
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#3194385 - 03/16/13 12:50 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: fourwheeler431]
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After reading all the responses I believe it sure isn't gonna hurt to at least try the honey but I believe the real problem is my fitness level. After my company switched to swing shifts last May it has left very little time for any excerise and I'm in nowhere near the shape I was in and pretty much feel like crap all the time. Not much I can do about that "for now" but I'm working on it. Thanks guys.
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#3194390 - 03/16/13 01:05 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: fourwheeler431]
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 Originally Posted By: fourwheeler431
How "local" does it need to be?
It depends on how much the plant life changes in the areas. In E. Tenn most areas have the same type of plants until you get high up in the mountains.
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#3194395 - 03/16/13 01:12 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Beekeeper]
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The honey I get comes from hives less than 5 miles from my house.Been eating it for years, still no help.
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#3194396 - 03/16/13 01:14 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Beekeeper]
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Any of you middle TN beekeepers have honey for sale? I would like to buy a jug.
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#3194400 - 03/16/13 01:18 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Wildcat]
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 Originally Posted By: Wildcat
You HAVE to use local honey and you HAVE to eat it everyday without fail. You can't just "try" it a few days, it's not going to work. It does not mater how you eat it, on toast, biscuits, in oatmeal, in milk, in coffee, or just a spoonfull straight in your mouth.

Next time your in the store like Wal-Mart or Krogers take a look at all the different brands of honey and where they are from. Some are from Mexico, some from California, some from Idaho, Kanasas, etc, etc. The "store" brand is almost always a "mix" of honey from the "cheapest" place they can get it.

None of that will do you or me any good unless we live in those places.

Ask yourself this, what is a flu shot??? it's a dead flu virus, right? They put it in you so your body can start working against it. Same thing for the pollen in honey. If it's local then it's the very same pollen that you breath in everyday.

Does it work?? Somme people say yes while others say no.
how long before it starts to work cause I'm suffering right now!
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#3194404 - 03/16/13 01:34 PM Re: Honey vs allergies? [Re: Beekeeper]
fourwheeler431
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 Originally Posted By: Beekeeper
 Originally Posted By: fourwheeler431
How "local" does it need to be?
It depends on how much the plant life changes in the areas. In E. Tenn most areas have the same type of plants until you get high up in the mountains.


Thanks Beekeeper! I'm going to look for some around here and see what I can find
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