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'''Honey''' is a product produced by [[bee]]s (as food storage) from the nectar of flowers. Next to water, it is the main ingredient in [[mead]]. It is also an excellent sugar substitute for medieval [[recipes]].
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'''Honey''' is a product produced by [[bee]]s (as stored food) from the nectar of flowers. Next to water, it is the main ingredient in [[mead]]. It is also an excellent sugar substitute for medieval [[recipes]].  
  
It also has many [[medicine|medicinal]] properties which modern doctors are now rediscovering. A classic throat soothing drink is lemon and honey, but it is also used for healing wounds and for treating excema.
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It also has many [[medicine|medicinal]] properties which modern doctors are now rediscovering. A classic throat soothing drink is lemon and honey, but it is also used for healing wounds and for treating eczema.
  
 
Honey is also a documentable [[SCA name]]. One such person with this name is Lady [[Honey of the Forest]], past [[seneschal]] of the [[Canton of Krae Glas]].
 
Honey is also a documentable [[SCA name]]. One such person with this name is Lady [[Honey of the Forest]], past [[seneschal]] of the [[Canton of Krae Glas]].

Revision as of 04:26, 31 July 2003

Honey is a product produced by bees (as stored food) from the nectar of flowers. Next to water, it is the main ingredient in mead. It is also an excellent sugar substitute for medieval recipes.

It also has many medicinal properties which modern doctors are now rediscovering. A classic throat soothing drink is lemon and honey, but it is also used for healing wounds and for treating eczema.

Honey is also a documentable SCA name. One such person with this name is Lady Honey of the Forest, past seneschal of the Canton of Krae Glas.