Post by HarryVanderpool on Apr 14, 2007 8:52:38 GMT -7
Honey bees gather lots of pollen from plants that are wind pollinated. Corn is a good example. We meet people all of the time that sware by local raw honey for relief from allergy & symptoms. I know of no studies on the subject. The trick would be to find local honey that was gathered at the same time as the offending pollen.
So now I need to try to find someone selling raw honey gathered last spring/summer in the Willamette Valley or I have to wait a few months. Is it possible to find raw honey that old or would it be bad at that point?