Flower Infused Honey
2 oz wide mouth jar
What to do with flower infused honey? Here are my favorite ways to use flower infused honey.
+ Put into tea, on pancakes, in oatmeal and in smoothies or use in baking.
+ Use as a moisturizing and purifying face mask. Honey acts as a humuctant which means it draws moisture from the air to your skin. Honey is also a good antibacterial agent to help keep skin clean of acne causing bacteria.
• Lilac | one of our earliest blooms in spring. From our ancient ancestors all the way to us modern folk, Lilac has enchanted us. She is known as a protective bloom, keeping and dicipating negative energy. It is said that the Greek nymph Syringa, being pursued by Pan turned herself into a Lilac bush to hide herself. Pan found the lilac and having hollow reeds he made a flute known as a pan flute out of it. Indeed, Lilac's Latin binomial name is Syringa vulgaris.
• Wild Rose | who doesn't love the ephemeral wild rose? She prepresents love and adoration and will calm an anxious heart. Intimately associated with Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty. She is helpful for grief stricken hearts.
• Honeysuckle | pure pleasure and joy. As I was enjoying a walk on the land I live on under the light of the full strawberry moon, a light breeze was blowing and the sweet sweet scent of our honeysuckle bushes filled my lungs. I relish those kinds of sweet and fleeting moments. They fill my heart to full in the span of a few seconds. I hope this honey infused with those same blooms bring you as much joy.