Forest honey, which is a form of honey that instead of being made from blossom nectar of flowers is collected after plant sucking insects (like aphids) pour out what they collect in the wild. From flowers to trees that range from conifers to deciduous, to even thickets of grass and plants; this can be derived from a multitude of sources. Nowadays, people are bottling honey after infusing it with many options of herbs. Go for certified organic raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized honey as much as possible, so try forest honey varieties.
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