Desert Wild Flower honey is harvested from beehives located between Buckeye and Tonopah, Arizona. It is generally available all year long. Its consistency will range from very liquid in the summertime to a thick texture in the winter. If you are looking for a honey to help you with your allergies, then this is likely what we would recommend to you if you live in the Phoenix Area.
By far, this honey is our most popular choice for preventing seasonal allergies. We have had many customers tell us this honey has helped them during the allergy season. And it is a great honey. We often recommend our wild flower honey varietals to customers who are seeking a remedy for seasonal allergies to blossoming plant life.
Why is that? Well, the idea of taking honey for allergies is to boost your immune system to the pollen that is in the air. Now, you might not know exactly which plant that is in bloom is triggering your allergies. This is why a wild flower honey is a great choice. Since a wild flower honey provides a wide array of pollen as opposed to an orange blossom or alfalfa honey.
Desert wild flower honey has a medium-dark color with a rich flavor. However, during the winter and fall seasons especially, the desert wild flower may crystallize. This will cause it to have a lighter color and thicker texture. This is a naturally occurring process for raw honey, and it is a sign of quality. Crystallization is generally a good indication that honey has not been artificially altered.