i got stomach upset that lingered afterward till the next wake, till substantially subsided after some food.
i had some broth that claimed "all naturaL",but it had honey ingredient and also thyme and bay but i 'm not suspecting them though.
i heard honey regarded as high risk cuz no one monitors bee activity in a gmo crop world and heard one case where bees were harvesting from some factory that was leaking hfcs and the honey was reddish.
The allergic reaction could sometimes be due to the preservatives added to honey. It is usually well tolerated in the recommended dose and for daily consumption. However, there are reported cases of honey intoxication documented in the literature as an adverse effect of consuming toxic honey also known as 'mad honey,' which is produced from the nectar of certain flowering plants such as those of the genus Rhododendron. So, avoid the use of honey that is produced from the nectar of flowering plants of the genus Rhododendron.
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