Created some years ago by a naturopath this remedy is highly sought after by hay fever, sinus and pollen asthma sufferers across Melbourne. More concentrated than local honey for hay fever, the remedy is a popular alternative to expensive anti-histamines, nasal sprays, and eye drops. Its not scientifically proven, but please check out out the below testimonials….
Jars contain raw local honey, pollen, beeswax and propolis from different hives across Melbourne suburbs. The amount of positive feedback (see testimonials below) we continue to receive is overwhelming, and on occasion we simply run out! Only available at St Andrews market, Latrobe market, University of Melbourne and a couple of farmers markets. Text us with your home/work location and we can let you know where and when to find us closest to you. Sorry, we prefer to stay small and keep it at the bee level – raw and real! Therefore we don’t sell online, via post, or in shops. 补救花粉症，窦，花粉相关的哮喘. Also check out Melbourne’s daily pollen count forecast: http://www.melbournepollen.com.au/index.php/forecast.
After 10 years of chronic sinusitis and asthma I’m finally getting some relief from Frankie’s local raw honey. I’ve gone from continual use of steroid / cortisone injections, antihistamines, antibiotics and sprays etc to the occasion spray and antihistamine. It’s been 14 weeks of happily eating what I term ‘medicated’ honey. A rice grain size in the morning and evening. Both my young children join me too and it’s become an enjoyable family ritual. No more asthma symptoms for my 5 year old either. Heidi honey is a miracle in a jar! Melissa Cardamone, Melbourne
Recently I brought some honey specially designed for allergen sufferers like myself. I would have to endorse the product and say it is the first time ever that I have not had severe hay fever this time of year, it has become manageable and and tolerable. well done guys! Phil Wallis, Melbourne
I bought some of the amazing honey for hayfever and sinusitis… I did not get a sinus infection the whole time i was using this incredible honey!! Absolutely wonderful! ? Tracee Abela, Melbourne
I just wanted to write in and let you know that after having bought your hayfever honey at the unimelb farmer’s markets a couple of weeks back, I’m very impressed. I do suffer from hayfever on occasion but my main issue is chronic sinusitis which is exacerbated heavily by dairy consumption. At a point where I was relying on several vitamins, nasal sprays and often sinusitis relief pain killers I figured this was worth a try. I can happily say the honey has definitely made a difference. I may not be 100% congestion free, but I haven’t had to take any additional medication since taking the raw local honey – in fact many days it’s the only treatment I use. I was even able to enjoy a small glass of milk the other day without it causing me a headache which is a massive achievement! With the time and money I have put into researching and trialing different sinusitis treatments, I can confidently say that this has been a worthy investment and one which I believe will save my wallet – and sinuses – in the future. The gentleman I spoke to at the markets was also very patient and generous with his time and knowledge. Thanking you, Cass McGufficke, Melbourne.
The hay fever remedy worked beautifully! I’ve had almost total relief this last spring. Can’t recommend highly enough! James Williams, Melbourne
Friendly, honest service. I tried their honey to help reduce hay fever and it works! My daughter is usually a mess over Spring and misses lots of school but after taking their special hay fever honey, she is healthy, happy and not missing out on school. Highly recommend this product and business. Anne Billing, Melbourne
Want to give a huge shout out to “Heidi Honey out Hurstbridge”. I suffered with really bad hay-fever. Sneezing all the time vampire eyes, and all sorts of hay-fever symptoms. I went out to the farmers market and found your Awsome stand I was actually really wanting to purchase honey to cook with and was drawn to this jar. When I found it it could assist with hay fever symptoms I had to get it. I’ve been using it now for three months super cool that it’s lasted this long and I still have some left. In that time I did have a week off I always find the best way to test a product is to not use it for a week and see how your body reacts. Yep you guessed it that week was horrible. So pleased with the results and will continue use for sure. Thank you so much for having the product available, educating me and serving with a smile. Adriana De Angelis, Melbourne
I bought a natural bee product from Heidi Honey called Propolis as I suffer with Hayfever and Asthma. It’s a wonderful natural way to reduce symptoms and clear the chest without synthetic anti-histamines.WONDERFUL ! Thank you Heidi Liz Spinner, Melbourne
Always get his honey from the markets. Best ever! And I think that it has helped with my allergies, having local honey from local flora has desensitised me to the allergens. Naomi Gehan, Melbourne
My husband has only taken anti-histimines a couple of days in the past 2 weeks.Used to take them every day while the wattles were out. Kerryn Pilkington, Melbourne
Fantstic remedy for my hayfever. Have been taking this for the last few years and loving the results! Katarina Marijan, Melbourne
Hayfever remedy works a charm! Go bees! Oliver Hill, Melbourne
I particularly appreciate the ‘medicinal’ honey with its layers of beeswax, pollen, and propolis – when a family member is unwell, I stir it into a paste with ground cinnamon for a very palatable home remedy that works well for sore throats, URIs, and upset tummies. My next experiment will be to use it as a facial beauty mask! Natalie Simpson, Melbourne
I was bitten by a white tail spider. Doctor suggested manuka honey. As it had rendered me immobile i said i had Hurstbridge honey. It proved fantastic at drawing out the infection from the bite and i felt it made it less painful. I am an acknowledged wimp where pain is concerned. I am more than glad i had this honey in my kitchen. Many many thanks. Wendy Lea, Melbourne