Wild rainforest honey, or any type of honey, should NOT be fed to infants below 1 years of age. Our wild rainforest honeys possess strong medicinal properties and are recommended to be consumed in small amounts daily for health maintenance.
If the consumer should experience any form of ailments or uncomfortable symptoms, recommended dosage should be 2 teaspoons daily; 1 in the morning and 1 at night.
A dry non-metal teaspoon should be used to scoop our rainforest honeys. A metal teaspoon might affect the bio-active compounds & enzymes in the rainforest honey.
Do not add our rainforest honey to hot beverage as the heat might destroy its nutrients and active enzymes.
For the best tasting experience, consume our rainforest honey directly off the teaspoon. If you prefer to add our rainforest honey as a sweetener to your favorite beverage (e.g. tea, coffee etc), make sure the beverage is cooled down significantly before adding the rainforest honey.
For storage, close the lid of the jar tightly and store in cool, dry areas, away from direct sunlight. As long as no moisture is introduced to the honey, the honey will not spoil indefinitely.
Being tropical rainforest honeys, when our rainforest honeys are subjected to low temperature, it undergo a process called crystallization where the honey becomes rock solid. Rest assured this is a natural phenomenon that only raw and wild honey undergo. Pasteurized or adulterated honeys will not crystallize.
To turn the jar of solid honey into liquid honey which we all love, boil a pot of water just enough to submerge half the jar of honey in. Once the water begins to boil, turn off the heating source and put the jar of solid honey into the pot.
This is a safe method of de-crystallization as the glass jar acts as an insulator and protects the enzyme content of the honey from any direct heat denaturation. Simply incubate the jar for 5-10 minutes and the honey should return to its original state.
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