The Importance of Choosing Raw Honey Over Cooked Honey

Special announcement –
Healthy Living Event Series
SkyIsland Organics and Zebra Organics present this series at our combined
facilities in Palm Springs, California, which includes the wellness &
teaching center, manufacturing kitchens, packaging facility, distribution
warehouse, and product showroom. The events are free and everyone is welcome.
take place at:
Zebra Organics / Sky Island Organics
870 E Research Drive, Units 5 & 6
Palm Springs, CA 92262
off Ferrell Drive)
Friday, November 14th, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Raw Lifestyle Food Preparation

Special guest Joan Jackson, raw lifestyle consultant & chef, will join us
this Friday. Joan will teach us how to make healthier eating simple,
demonstrate how to make delicious health food and we’ll get to taste her
amazing food at the event. Joan will also sign her book, which is describes an
effective system for making the raw food lifestyle simple, satisfying and

We hope to see you there.

Raw Honey is Medicine, Cooked Honey is Poison
We’re all familiar with honey and its
sweet taste. You may have used it as a substitute for sugar in tea or recipes.
But apart from considering it a healthier alternative to sugar, you may be unaware of just how nutritional this natural resource is.
Containing an enzyme that prevents the
growth of certain bacteria, honey has a long history as a antibacterial
treatment for wounds and illnesses. Ancient Chinese medicine uses honey to
neutralize toxins in the body, relieve pain and assist in treating stomach
According to the
traditional medicine of Ayurveda that is native to India, honey is the nectar of
life. Ayurvedic medicine suggests that raw honey is medicine and cooked honey is
poison. Rich in minerals, vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and carbohydrates,
honey in its natural form is full of nutritional value. 

Once honey is processed it creates cellular toxicity in the body and is stripped of its
nutritional value. It becomes a mucous-like texture and
can clogs subtle energy channels and arteries.
Uses for Honey in Natural Remedies
  • Improves digestion, as it does not ferment in the stomach
  • Relieves nausea 
  • Helps fight of acne – you can try warming half a teaspoon of honey in your hands and spreading it lightly on your face and leaving it for ten minutes before washing it off.
  • Helps restore sleep – try adding a tablespoon of raw honey to warm milk to increase melatonin production, which helps regulate sleep.
“Raw” or “unpasteurized”
honey is what you should be looking for in stores. Since it’s not processed, it
may appear a little cloudy due to its pollen and nutritional content. Raw honey contains bee pollen that is rich in antioxidants and antimicrobial agents.
Zebra Organics offers several types of raw honey:
A special rare product:
White Himalayan Raw Honey
Heavenly Organics originates from
the isolated valleys high in the Himalayan Mountains near the source of the
Ganges River. Most of this pristine region, famous for its wild-crafted
health-promoting plants and flowers, is well beyond the reach of pollution and
modern agricultural chemicals.
Great for use in cooking or as a
beauty mask for your skin:

Avocado Honey
is a rare gourmet 100% pure raw honey. Made in the avocado
groves of Ventura County, California, Bloom’s Avocado honey has a rich, nutty
flavor with hints of avocado. Nectar from the superfood California Avocado is
high in antioxidants and vitamins & minerals.
Mesquite Honey
has an ivory white color and distinctive sweet taste. This
rugged desert honey from the Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona has long been
used for its medicinal properties. It is 100% pure and raw – a healthy gourmet
treat for honey lovers.
Fun fact: honeybees
had to fly over 55,000 miles to make just one jar of Bloom Honey.
Some great ways to incorporate honey into raw food is in yogurt, tea or spread on bread or toast.