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Untreated HONEY For Sale In Tampa . Update 8/13/2020

NOTHING IS ADDED TO OUR HONEY


WE ONLY  SELL RAW HONEY
 NEVER FEED OUR BEES, HONEY IS LEFT IN THE HIVE FOR THEM TO SURVIVE. 

FEEDING SUGAR IS NOT A REAL SOURCE, LIKE THE NECTAR THEY BRING IN FROM FLOWERS 

NOTHING IS ADDED TO THE HONEY
 Raw Honey sold In Tampa 

Hongkongwillie address is 

12212 Morris Bridge Rd Tampa, FL 3363      

WHY Untreated  HONEY
 Because pasteurization exposes the honey to high temperatures, it may destroy or remove honey's natural properties. This means that raw honey may offer more powerful health benefits, in terms of healing wounds and fighting infections, than regular honey. Many studies have found that raw honey has health benefits

Untreated Honey Sold in Tampa . Honey for sale in Tampa Florida
Untreated honey is only strained before it's bottled, which means it retains most of the beneficial nutrients and antioxidants that it naturally contains. Conversely, regular honey may undergo a variety of processing, which may remove beneficial nutrients like pollen and reduce its level of antioxidants


Untreated honey is best described as honey “as it exists in the beehive”
It is made by extracting honey from the honeycombs of the hive and pouring it over a mesh or nylon cloth to separate the honey from impurities like beeswax and dead bees
Once strained, Untreated honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed.
On the other hand, the production of regular honey involves several more steps before it is bottled — such as pasteurization and filtration .
Pasteurization is a process that destroys the yeast found in honey by applying high heat. This helps extend the shelf life and makes it smoother .
Also, filtration further removes impurities like debris and air bubbles so that the honey stays as a clear liquid for longer. This is aesthetically appealing to many consumers .
Some commercial honeys are additionally processed by undergoing ultra filtration. This process further refines it to make it more transparent and smooth, but it can also remove beneficial nutrients like pollen, enzymes and antioxidants .
Moreover, some manufacturers may add sugar or sweeteners to honey to reduce costs.
Summary
Untreated honey is best described as honey “as it exists in the beehive.” It is extracted from the beehive, strained and poured straight into the bottle, bypassing commercial processing methods.
 WE ONLY  SELL RAW HONEY
WE NEVER FEED OUR BEES, HONEY IS LEFT IN THE HIVE FOR THEM TO SURVIVE. 
FEEDING SUGAR IS NOT A REAL SOURCE, LIKE THE NECTAR THEY BRING IN FROM FLOWERS 

NOTHING IS ADDED TO THE HONEY

Pint Mason Jars of Untreated  HONEY  is $14.00
Quart Mason Jars of Untreated  HONEY is $25.00
1/2 Gallon Mason Jars of Untreated  HONEY is $38.50
1 Gallon of Untreated  HONEY is $68.00
                CALL 813 770 4794                                                                                                                                   Local Untreated  HONEY, Bee Hives Are with in 3 miles of Our Store in Tampa. Wild flower honey is made by bees that have collected nectar from a local source of wildflowers. The taste and composition of wildflower honey can vary depending upon the variety of flowers in bloom at the time the honey is made. The potential health benefits of Untreated  HONEY are many due to its nutrient rich content and anti-microbial properties. 
Wildflower Honey Basics
Bees collect nectar, which contains carbohydrates, from flowers and take it back to their hive. The nectar is partially digested into more simple sugars and stored in the honeycomb inside the hive. Eventually it loses moisture and condenses into thick, sweet honey. The type of flowers the nectar came from influences the color and flavor of the resulting honey.If the bees use a variety of flowers found in nature, the honey is simply referred to as wildflower honey. Some naturalists feel that honey made from the nectar of local wildflowers can relieve you of seasonal allergies. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine reports that local honey is often eaten by allergy sufferers -- with the belief that it boosts the immune system and acts much like an immunization by building up your body’s antibodies to allergens and pollen. Wild Flower Honey is not one plant specific.                                                                                                      Our  Our Untreated  HONEY. It is more popular choice than PROCESSED HONEY . In general, REAL HONEY,have higher mineral contents (e.g. potassium, manganese, iron, sodium, etc.) than PROCESSED HONEY . Also, REAL HONEY, HAVE the higher the phenolic and flavonoid contents and the antioxidant levels, which are critical in counteracting free radicals responsible for triggering the aging process and diseases such as cancer, hypertension and high blood cholesterol and diabetes (General Medicine, 2014; Food Chem. 2007).Well-known for their strong medicinal properties, these honeys are highly prized and sought after as natural alternative remedies for synthetic drugs in treating a myriad of health conditions and ailments such as cough, flu, infections, skin problems, and poor immunity.                                                                                    Sold By Hongkongwillie. Our Family roots have been in the business for over 3 generations. 12212 Morris Bridge Rd Tampa, FL 33637                                                                                                                                                 Hours
Mon Closed
Tue 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wed 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thu 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sun Closed                                                                           CALL 813 770 4794


A little about Hongkongwillie

   
The Views of Writers & Journalist About Hongkongwillie

BY SOHINI LAHIRI
Growing up in Tampa, I spent a period of time fascinated by a quirky, eye-catching landmark at Fletcher Avenue and Interstate 75. This was also the period of time I spent obsessed with making binoculars out of toilet paper rolls and necklaces out of pop tops. To me, this sight was the epitome of similar creative craziness, and I often found myself looking for it during car journeys, hoping it hadn’t disappeared overnight.
But time passes and so does the urge for pop-top necklaces, and observant eyes don’t notice the same sights. It wasn’t until recently that I once again took note of the scene, with its broken down orange helicopter, a tree made of what seems to be indestructible balloons and a blue-and-white house covered with trash remade into art.
It’s the home of Famous Artist Hong Kong Willie.
I finally paid a visit to this art gallery after many years of wondering about the story behind it. The pavement leading to the door is painted with handprints and splatters, the store edged with upside down Coke bottles. Streams of lobster buoys hang from the roof and also make up the “tree” I marveled at so often from my car window.
Various shoes, bottles, clocks and signs are glued to the side of the store, and there’s a tribute to Sept. 11 off to the side. No one seemed to be home, so I called the number on the “WE’RE OPEN” sign, which brought a middle-aged man in a bright Hawaiian shirt from behind the store.
After a few basic questions, Joe Brown begins to open up about the history surrounding his art.
Brown, better known as Hong Kong Willie, says he was an artist from the start. “Everyone is born an artist,” he said. “However some are granted the gift of being able to express that art.”
As a young boy, his mother decided to send him to art school, which he says changed the course of his life forever.
At the age of 8, Brown recalls being heavily influenced by the lessons, which included transforming a Gerber baby bottle, something with no real value, into a piece of art. His teacher had spent an enormous amount of time and effort in Hiroshima, Japan, helping those affected by the atomic bombs. Brown learned many lessons about recycling from this teacher, who had come from Hong Kong. Brown added an American name, Willie, to Hong Kong for his nickname Hong Kong Willie.
While Brown grew up to be an artist, he left the world of mainstream art to return to his background in technology.
“But on Nov. 13th, 1981 … on a Friday at 1:30 in the afternoon, I had an epiphany,” Brown says. “I was at a friend’s house right across the street,” pausing to point at a row of apartments across from his store, “and a series of events led me to rejoin the art world.”
With the help of two other artists, Brown set up his business in the Florida Keys in the early 1980s, then moved it to Tampa. Together, they believed that they were predestined for the Green Movement, and have been making art out of recyclables for close to 30 years.
How’s business? He smiles. “It’s pretty wild.”
Inside, Hong Kong Willie’s art includes glossy pieces of driftwood restored and painted with beautiful landscapes and kernels of truth, some of the gorgeous work priced in the six figures. But there’s also a wide collection of handmade bags, wooden sculptures and sassy bracelets for more moderate prices.
A portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Green Movement, Brown says.
With a laid-back swagger, Brown continues. “We live pretty minimally. And all the funds we get from donations and our art sales are delegated to green projects.”
I’m not sure what I was expecting when I decided to visit Hong Kong Willie. Certainly not the breathtaking art inside, and definitely not the history behind it. I’m feeling thick-headed for not visiting years ago, and say so.
Brown offers a last bit of insight:
“I’m a big believer in predestination and timing. If someone is not ready to view art, the door is closed. Every piece of art that is made, and every project we do is done for a reason. It doesn’t matter if that reason shows up the next day, or walks in six years later; every piece of art will find a home.”

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