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Ariel’s Honey Infusions
By Vitamin Manager • Monday, December 31st, 2012
New to our Wellness Department, an exciting local company called Ariel’s Honey Infusions.
A few of their infusions include:
-Bee Sleepy with Lavender, Chamomile, Hops and Valerian
-Lavender and Rose
-Cinnamon, Anise, Nutmeg and Clove
-Mint, Orange, Lemon
-Immune Buzzer with Garlic, Ginger and Lemon
from their website http://arielshoney.com :
“Ariel’s Honey Infusions believes strongly in making all honey infusions with local sustainably harvested, raw honey & organic herbs.
Ariel’s Honey Infusions are made with raw, local honey from Vermont. Raw honey has not been heated, preserving all the naturally occurring vitamins, enzymes and nutritional elements. Our local honey supplier only practices bee keeping without using any pesticides or chemicals, to insure the utmost, pure and healthiest honey and bees around. Only organic herbs are used for the infusions, and we strive to use as many local herb suppliers as possible.”
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