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Hi Maryann,

Do a google search for Connecticut beekeepers. That's how I found Crocket's Honey in Tempe, and then discovered their honey in some local shops. When you find a beekeeper, contact them to find out where their honey is sold (unless they have a store of their own). Also check the honey at your local Farmers' Markets, talk to the vendor to find out where the bees pollinate and if local to you, buy the honey.

I can also tell you that honey is excellent to put on a burn. My mother grabbed a hot iron by the face plate (she didn't realize it was on) and while writhing in agony remembered honey on burns from her childhood in the UK. She slathered her hand in honey and left it on for about 15 minutes or so. It took the pain away and the hand never blistered and there is no evidence of any burn on her hand. Just another little anecdote I thought I'd share.

Happy Honey hunting! LOL

October 23, 2012 - 7:35pm


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