Our Northwest Pollen Honey Tonic is a delicious and unique formula, designed to support seasonal respiratory health! We have included organic stinging nettle leaf, and use bee pollen from the Pacific Northwest collected from beekeepers all over the Willamette valley, to ensure a wide range of plant pollens in every bottle. We then ferment the bee pollen mixture in a small amount of honey, following the honeybees’ own recipe for consuming bee pollen.
Mickelberry Gardens Northwest Pollen Honey Tonic is RAW – made with raw honey and raw apple cider vinegar, and never heated above 105 degrees Fahrenheit. Hippocrates promoted using vinegar mixed with honey as both an energizing tonic and a healing elixir. When honey is kept raw, it retains all of its healing virtues and preserves the delicate flavors from millions of wildflowers. Raw apple cider vinegar preserves all the nutritional goodness of organic apples from which it was made, and is rich with potassium and enzymes produced during fermentation.
Ingredients: Raw Pacific Northwest wildflower honey, organic raw apple cider vinegar, organic stinging nettle leaf (Urtica dioica), Pacific Northwest bee pollen.
We suggest taking a spoonful of Northwest Pollen Tonic once daily. Spoonful size can be anywhere from 1/2 teaspoon to a tablespoon, depending on your preference and sensitivity to pollens. For those who wish to decrease their sensitivity, we suggest taking the smallest 1/2 teaspoon dose to start.
Serving Size Recommendations:
Ages 12-adult: 1/2 teaspoon – 1 Tablespoon
Ages 7-11: 1/4 teaspoon – 1/2 teaspoon
Ages 1-6: 1/4 tsp
**Warning: Don’t give honey to children under 1 year of age.
There are 48 1/2 teaspoon-size servings, 24 teaspoon-size servings, or 8 tablespoon-sized in the 4 oz. bottle.
Our Northwest Pollen Honey Tonic is made by hand, in small batches, and uses the highest quality ingredients available. All our honey and apple cider vinegar is sourced from regional producers, and we only purchase the freshest, whole organic herbs. We raise our own honey at our organic apiary in Oregon, and also source honey directly from beekeepers in the Pacific Northwest. Our honey is tested for purity, and all of our herbs are screened carefully for quality and strength.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.