Honey contains bits and pieces of pollen and honey, and it

is quite powerful and as an immune system booster.

 

Allergies arise from continuous over-exposure to the same

allergens in  every lifestyle. For example, if you live in an area

where there is a over abundance of red clover growing, and

if in addition to this, much of the red clover hay is feed to

your own horses, cattle, and livestock,  then it's likely you

are over exposed to the pollen from this same red clover.

 

Now red clover pollen is not especially allergenic, but over

mass amounts of time, a serious allergy can easily arise.

Within any area of the United States, depending of the different

growing techniques in that unique area, a resident can be

potently very allergic to the things that are around them naturally.

 

 

All plants in general are both pollinated by insects and also by wind. Honeybees will collect pollen from each of these divisions,

and it will be present in small amounts in honey that was gathered by the same bees that were working those unique and

special areas where these plants were growing. When we as people, as the general residents living in these same areas,

consume and eat honey that was produced in that same environment, the honey will often act as an immune booster.

 

The best effects of this local honey are when the general residents

in that unique area is taking just a little bit (a teaspoon-full) a day for

several months prior to the pollen season, and for the most part "Year Round".

 

The honey that is best for your allergy prevention, is the

honey that was raised closest to where you actually live.

The closer the honey, the better since it will have more

of exact natural health benefit that you will need.