Local Honey for Goose Creek surrounding areas

Dave29461

Active Member
Dec 23, 2009
1,862
M. C., S.C.
#1
I hope this is close enough to the subject of the area to not upset anyone.
New source of local Honey in the Goose Creek for those who like to use it to decrease their allergies/hayfever or just make their lives a little sweeter. [email protected]. I've tried it and it is delicious. I make no money from this product. I just know the folks who make it.
 

Schultz

New Member
Jan 12, 2010
1,580
Upstate, SC
#4
Yes. Bees collect the pollen from the area around you so it's similar to what your allergies are. I never thought it worked till i tried it and it does curb my allergies quite a bit, Aside from putting it on my toast and such i take a spoonful every morning.
 

Schultz

New Member
Jan 12, 2010
1,580
Upstate, SC
#6
Make sure she gets virgin local honey from a keeper or maybe the flea market from a local not processed. The store stuff that says local isn't It's usually processed locally and won't work It has to be virgin local honey.
 

fordnut

Active Member
Oct 4, 2009
2,152
Hanahan, SC
#12
Do you know where we can buy the local honey??? I sent an email to the address you listed last night, but, thought you might know where they have it for sale.

My wife and I are going to try the spoonful a day stuff and see if it works...It can't hurt...

Steve
 

Schultz

New Member
Jan 12, 2010
1,580
Upstate, SC
#13
Fordnut do you have a flea market around you? Sometimes you can find it with the guys selling veggies and fruit, That's how one of the guys i deal with sells his.

Also give it some time to work cause it has to get into your system.
 

Dave29461

Active Member
Dec 23, 2009
1,862
M. C., S.C.
#14
The address for the honey is
917 Oakley Rd.
Moncks Corner, SC
PM me and I'll give you his number. I'm not one for putting someone's number on the net without their permission
 

Red_SC

New Member
Aug 3, 2010
8
#16
There are a lot more people around with bees than you think, do a search for a local beekeeping association to find them.

I'm a first year beekeeper, but don't have enough to share yet. Next year it should be running out of my ears.