Just a spoonful of honey can sweeten up a cup of tea, it can also help with infection, illness, and may help treat symptoms such as sore throats and coughs associated with the common cold. Let's not forget about Local Allergies as well.
Does local honey help with allergies? The answer is yes.
The idea behind eating honey is kind of like gradually vaccinating the body against allergens. Local honey can desensitize allergy sufferers to the pollen in the air. Honey contains a variety of the same pollen spores that give allergy sufferers so much trouble when flowers and grasses are in bloom. Introducing these spores into the body in small amounts by eating honey should make the body accustomed to their presence and alleviate symptoms It is also a good idea to start taking this honey 2-3 weeks prior to the bloom of such plants.