We sell our surplus honey from the end of our drive, and quite a few people buy it because they say it helps them with asthma / hayfever.
We filter the honey to take out the odd bee wing etc ... but a lot of pollen ends up still in the honey.
Shop honey from the big suppliers is likely to be filtered to within an inch of its life .... and also heat treated ... so not much of the "good stuff" makes it into the jars.
The theory is that by eating local honey people are taking taking tiny amounts of pollen from the area they live in.
Unfortunately this is not going to help you Rubyleaf as bees do not forage on grasses, so no grass pollen will be in honey.
Good luck in your career.
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Can I ask for your spilt natural honey please. You know the stuff that is dropped between the hive and the collection jar and is not saleable? The stuff that is not pasteurized and not for Sale!!!
PS. Do you also spill whole milk as well.