Raw Wildflower Honey
Our Honey is gathered from the Deserts, Valleys and Alfalfa Fields of the American Southwest more commonly called the Great Basin Desert. Once taken from the hive the honey is strained to remove any foreign matter then poured into the jars and containers, sealed and offered to you as Raw Desert Honey. Our Honey is never boiled, nothing is added, nothing taken out. The Bee Pollens, Propolis, some Bee's wax are clearly visible at the top of the container as the Bee products raise to the top of the jar. Honey that does not contain this mix at the top of the jar is more than likely imported altered honey that syrups or sugars have been added to make it look clean, or Pure (steam cleaned), not Raw.
Bee Pollen collected by the foraging lady Bees is loaded with B Vitamin complex (the energy vitamins) but also contains Vitamins C and E plus anti-oxidants and anti-histamines. While Bees use it as their protein source, humans get a little more creative using it to treat allergies, boost energy levels, treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol and obesity. Bee Pollen is a powerful supplemental food source. Be aware though that the Bee Pollen should be obtained from the area in which you live if you intend to use it to alleviate airborn allergy symptoms.
Propolis is created by the Bees from sap or resinous materials found on buds or wounded areas of conifer, Mesquite and Cottonwood trees.The Bees then mix it with beeswax and other secretions to seal cracks, repair comb and smooth rough spots in the hive. Ancient cultures used Propolis to heal wounds and to treat for anything from the common cold and gum disease to high blood pressure and burns. Propolis is known for its ability to build resistance to infections and toxins. Instead of chewing raw Propolis, as the ancients did, it is now available in tinctures of 10%, 20% or 50%. This dark brown, nearly black, liquid is very pungent and is usually eaten with another food source like on a cracker or a piece of toast.
Royal Jelly is pure energy produced by Nurse Bees to be fed exclusivly to the Queen Bee throughout her long life of three to five years. During this time she will produce over 1 million eggs, nearly five times her body weight every day. Royal Jelly is produced by the young Nurse bees getting oil from the pharagenal glands on their foreheads and mixing it with Pollen, Propolis and Bee's Wax. They chew the three substances mixing in the oil to produce this rich creamy substance that is in fact the basis of life in the hive, containing nearly every element needed to build and sustain life and enrich cell regeneration. Royal Jelly is rich in proteins, all B vitamins, C, E, Niacin, Biotin, Inositol, Amino acids, Pantothenic Acid. Royal Jelly has not been duplicated in any laboratory because of its unique propietary properties.
All our Bee Hive products come to you in various sizes, bottles and containers.
BOTTLED HONEY, BEE POLLEN, PROPOLOS AND ROYAL JELLY can be purchased at the farm at 5731 South Malibou Ave. in Pahrump. Look for the 15 foot American Flag painted on the front of the store. Please call first 775 513-0458 as we could be at another sales event or working in the green houses where we can't see the gate.
WHERE TO FIND US:
Farmer's Markets with Don.
Saturday: Tivoli shopping center (indoor farmers market) at the corner of Rampart drive and Alta from 8am to 2pm.
Sunday: 8am to 1PM in the parking lot at the Sansome shopping center on Eastern Ave two blocks south of the 215 hgy.
Pahrump Honey Co. with Dave
Wednesday: Las Vegas Farmers Market
Bruce Trent Park
1600 N. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas NV
Rampart & Vegas Drive) 4:00pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday: Country Fresh Farmers Market
Water Street, Henderson NV
(in front of the City Hall) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: Country Fresh Farmers Market
200 S. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson NV
(near the Library) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pahrump Honey Co. with Connie
Thursday: The Farmers Market of the District at Green Valley
Village Walk Dr., Henderson NV
(near Rachel's Kitchen) 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday: Downtown3rd Market
Corner of Casino Center & Stewart, Las Vegas NV
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
1st & 3rd Saturday of each month: Las Vegas Farmers Market
Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
9100 Tule Springs Rd, Las Vegas NV
10:00 am - 2:00 pm