MED: Honey for Allergies?

(Laura) Olympia, WA(Zone 8a)

Ok, so I got local, raw, wildflower honey. Now what do I do with it? How much do I take? Can I put it in tea or do I need to take it straight?

Charlevoix, MI(Zone 4b)

I've read a teaspoon a day and that it could be mixed into tea or taken straight, but I can't locate my information right now.

(Laura) Olympia, WA(Zone 8a)

Good enough for right now, if someone has sourced information I'd still be interested, but that gives me somewhere to start. I'm glad it can be taken in tea, the idea of eating straight honey does not appeal to me.

Charlevoix, MI(Zone 4b)

I can't stand the taste of honey, but my son would bathe in it if he could. :) I'm at work for a few more hours, but I'll try to find the article later.

Lumberton, TX(Zone 8b)

I used to dose my kids with equal parts honey and apple cider vinegar in hot water. They loved it. Very tart, very good for you. Kind of a liquid, nutritious SweetTart.

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