Your Source for All-Natural, Raw Honey and it's Many Benefits


All Our Natural, Raw Honey Contains: Bee Propolis & Pollen for Natural Energy, Hive Superfood Complex for Immunity, and Cognitive & Allergy Support. All of these products are Gluten Free and Kosher.

NUTRITION FACTS: Serving size 1 tsp (21G) Servings 30
AMOUNT PER SERVING: Calories: 60, Total Fat: 0% (0% DV),
Sugars; 17g, (34% DV) Protein; 0g (0% DV).
*Percentage Daily Values Based on a 2,000 Calorie Diet.

* The Reported Benefits of Raw Honey - Weeks Honey Farm recommends you confer with your doctor to maintain a healthy lifestyle. These benefits are not a guarantee, nor a replacement for professional medical care. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Alapaha Honey (Georgia, USA Beekeepers)


The Cicada are vibrating their wings against the sizzling summer heat, and the caramel brown water lazily moves a freshly dropped leaf down the sandy bank. Your feet cool off in the water as you run your hands in the soft, sandy shore thinking of days gone by and the people who graced this landscape hundreds of years ago. A gentle breeze whistles above the Tupelos and the fragrance of wildflowers is showered down all around you. You see a honeybee grace the trees and their flowers, then whisp down quickly over the slow dark water. This is where our honey comes from.

Blackberry Honey (Georgia, USA Beekeepers)


Our Delicious Weeks Raw Blackberry Honey was chosen BEST SPECIALTY FLAVOR OF 2019. Taste the essence of fresh berries in every spoonful and you will find yourself eating it by itself before you know it. Add it to cream cheese and crackers for a wonderful snack, or anything else you want to add blackberry sweetness to. This is a Very Rare harvested honey. While supplies last!

* Reported Health Benefits of Blackberry Honey​

  • Raw Blackberry Honey is a Superfood
  • Great source of Vitamin C
  • Important Minerals
  • Phenolic Flavonoid Phytochemicals - Antioxidants
  • Antibacterial, Hypotensive
  • Atherosclerosis, Varicose Veins
  • Anti-diarrhea
  • Helps Manage: Acne, Menstrual Disorders, Hemorrhoids and Anal Fissures (for local applications)

    Buckwheat Honey (North & South Dakota, or Michigan, USA Beekeepers)


    Our Strongest Honey, Buckwheat has a dark, distinctive color with a strong, full-bodied spicy-molasses flavor. This honey's flavor is too strong for a standard table honey. Great in BBQ sauces and baking. It contains more antioxidants than any other American honey.

    * Reported Health Benefits of Buckwheat Honey​

    • Raw Buckwheat Honey is a Superfood
    • Most Powerful Antioxidant Honey
    • Antiviral and Antibacterial Potential
    • Treats Coughs
    • Excellent Nutritional Value
    • Aids in Treating Common Colds
    • Reduces Cholesterol
    • Also Contains Amazing Catalase Enzymes


    Clover Honey (North & South Dakota, USA Beekeepers)


    Harvested from the open plains of the West, our Clover Honey has a delicate mild flavor fitting a table honey, used in cooking or when sweetening your hot tea. Adding the honey to hot tea or other warm liquids enhances it's health benefits. It is noticeable sweeter and smoother than most other honeys.

    • Reported Health Benefits of Clover Honey
    • Raw Clover Honey is a Superfood
    • Packed with Antioxidants
    • Antiviral and Antibacterial Potential
    • Anti-Inflamatory (flavanol and phenolic acid antioxidants)
    • Vitamins and Minerals, including Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, and Zinc
    • Topically Treats Ulcers


    Southern Gallberry Honey (Georgia, USA Beekeepers)


    Endangered Gallberry Honey, known for it's robust flavor, has a light amber tone. It is derived from the Gallberry bush. Gallberry Honey, also known as Holly Honey, or Inkberry Honey, is only harvested locally from the Flatwoods of South Georgia and North Florida. IT IS AN ENDANGERED HONEY. The ecosystem for this honey is being destroyed at a very fast pace and soon will be unavailable. Every purchase helps us support the local beekeepers who harvest the nectar of this very unique plant.

    • 100% PURE: Unfiltered Raw Gallberry honey has a Mild Molasses Flavor and Medium Consistency

    • 100% AMERICAN: Harvested from US Beekeepers in South Georgia Flatwoods, no added ingredients or imported honey guaranteed

    • EXCELLENT: Used in Naturally, Sauces, Marinades, Baking

    *Reported Health Benefits of Gallberry Honey​
    • Raw Gallberry Honey is a Superfood
    • Packed with Antioxidants
    • This Honey is Exclusive to the Southern United States Flatwoods and Has Not Been Widely Studied.

    Orange Blossom Honey (California & Florida, USA Beekeepers)

    A deliciously light, citrus taste with the aroma of orange blossoms fills every jar of Weeks Orange Blossom Honey. It is commonly used in hot teas, baking, cooking, and as a general table honey. It is a Superfood and excellent for pre and post workout fuel.* Reported Health Benefits of Orange Blossom Honey​
    • Raw Orange Blossom Honey is a Superfood
    • Packed with Antioxidants
    • Anti-Inflammatory
    • Aids in Reducing Allergies
    • Excellent Used As A Pre/Post Workout Fuel

    Sage Honey -limited harvest (California, USA Beekeepers)


    Pure, Raw, Sage Honey. Super rare, only harvested every 5 years from Wild Sage. Characteristics and benefits are reported to be similar to Tupelo Honey. Experience it for yourself in hot teas, with cheeses, as a glaze on pork and more!

    Sage honey has low levels of antioxidants but relatively high levels of antibacterial activity. It is often compared to manuka honey in this respect and is known to have both low moisture content and high levels of peroxide activity. Like all honies though, it offers antibacterial activity, maintains a moist wound condition, and its high viscosity helps to provide a protective barrier to prevent infection.

    Furthermore, its immunomodulatory (immunomodulators are medications used to help regulate or normalize the immune system) property is relevant to wound repair too.


    Tulip Poplar Honey -limited harvest (Georgia, USA Beekeepers)

    Imagine walking in the deep forests of the ancient mountains of North Georgia, as you gaze upward into the mist that covers the mountain fauna. As the sun rolls out, the mist is chased away by the buzzing of honeybees and the sweet smells of pine and poplars. You observe worker bees going in and out among the majestic flowers of the kingly tall tulip poplars. This is where our honey comes from. Weeks American Tulip Poplar Honey, known for it's smooth buttery flavor and has a dark red tone. It is derived from the majestic blooms of the Poplar trees of the Southern Appalachian of Georgia. 

    Purchase: 22 ounce

    Wildflower Honey (Georgia, USA Beekeepers)


    Weeks Wildflower Honey is a delightful blend of nectar from various spring and summer flowers, trees, and shrubs. It has a hearty, deep, rich flavor and is used in cooking, baking, and teas. It tends to have a slight licorice flavor.
    * Reported Health Benefits of Wildflower Honey​
    • Raw Wildflower Honey is a Superfood
    • Excellent At Reducing Allergy Symptoms
    • Antiviral and Antibacterial Potential
    • Treats Coughs
    • Excellent Nutritional Value

    Baking With Raw Honey

    Perfect for all your homemade premium hearty baked goods. Weeks Bakery Honey is an excellent natural sugar substitute in baking, and can help you eat healthier and wiser.

    Start Baking with Weeks Honey Farm Honey today!

    • The Rule: For every 1 cup of sugar, substitute 1/2 to 2/3 cup honey.
    • The Rule: For every 1 cup of honey you're using, subtract 1/4 cup of other liquids from the recipe.
    • The Rule: Add 1/4 teaspoon baking soda for every 1 cup honey used.

    * Reported Benefits of Baking with Honey​

    • Because of its high fructose content, honey is sweeter than sugar, allowing bakers to use less honey than sugar to achieve the desired sweetness. When substituting honey for sugar in formulas, begin by substituting honey for up to half of the sugar called for in the formulas. Honey can be used as a complete or partial replacement for almost any sweetener. However, differences in formulas and baking environment make substitution guidelines slightly different dependent on the formula.
    • In bakery foods, honey performs many roles beyond sweetening bakery foods. Products that contain honey dry out more slowly and have a lesser tendency to crack. This is due to honey’s hygroscopicity. Honey also provides more uniform baking with a more evenly browned crust at lower temperatures as a result of the sweetener’s fructose content.
    • Honey also imparts an improved aroma at relatively small percentages (up to 6% by weight of the flour) in sweet cakes, biscuits, breads and similar products. The high acidity of honey (avg. pH 3.91) also helps inhibit mold growth in bakery foods and extend shelf life.
    • Honey naturally coats, binds and thickens products, improving body and mouthfeel. Because it is water soluble, honey is easily added to a variety of mixes and can be pumped or extruded in a variety of manufacturing processes.

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