Build up your immune system! Try our Sweet Sting Garlic Serum fermented garlic honey with red pepper. When you feel something coming on take a teaspoon of this goodness. Also, good to take to keep up your immune system and fight common colds. Four varieties and 2 sizes.
porcelain group fermented garlic cloves, pure honey and red pepper flakes.
Did you know?
This concoction fights cancer and high blood pressure too!
Shipping of this item begins October 23rd, 2023
Benefits of Pure Fermented Garlic Honey
Fermented garlic honey is known to be a great immune system booster. Garlic has antibacterial and antiviral properties that can help ward off infections and diseases. Honey, on the other hand, is rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals and prevent cell damage. Together, fermented garlic honey can help boost your immune system and keep you healthy.
Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
Garlic has been shown to be beneficial towards heart health by lowering blood pressure, cholesterol, and preventing clotting in blood vessels. Honey, too, has been shown to have cardioprotective effects. When combined, fermented garlic honey can help promote heart health and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Fermented garlic honey is known to be a great immune system booster. Garlic has antibacterial and antiviral properties that can help ward off infections and diseases. Honey, on the other hand, is rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals and prevent cell damage.
It is critical that you use “Pure” honey. Many times you see this on the market made with pasteurized honey so beware. We collect ours from a well known bee keeper in our area (Queen Right Colonies of Spencer, OH)
Why Raw Honey?
Pasteurized honey has been treated to kill off wild yeast and bacteria, which is necessary for fermentation. Raw honey also contains beneficial enzymes and other microorganisms that can help create a balanced flavor in the end product.
Fermented Honey Garlic
Honey will not spoil. When you incorporate garlic into the honey, it will then have a shelf life (possibly 2 years). However, provided you don’t see visible signs of mold or discolored garlic, honey fermented garlic is safe and healthy to eat.
Pure, raw honey will naturally crystalize over time. Cooling honey makes this crystallization happen quicker. So honey fermented garlic that has been stored in the fridge for more than a few weeks, will become thick and cloudy from the crystallization of the sugars.
This is natural and should be expected. However, we recommend using up your honey fermented garlic within two months for the best flavor and consistency.
Now try it with Red Pepper and Siberian Hardneck Garlic!
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