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Key Nutrients

"Honey is loaded with many essential vitamins and minerals. Vitamins such as B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 as well as vitamin C are found in honey. It also contains minerals like magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium chlorine, calcium, copper, iron, manganese, sulphur, zinc and phosphate" Wake Up World


Private Reserve, RAW Nutritious Wild Honey

with Natural Pollen, from the garden of Rainbow Ranch Farms

Xenia Stavrinides rescues and, provides safe haven for most types of bees. Her extended experience and, knowledge provides excellence in the humane and, ethical  removal, re-homing and, appropriate colony protection of wild swarming bees including, killer bees.


Xenia is one of very few professional beekeepers that handles killer bee swarms in the United States today and, often times without any protective gear. It's as though the bees trust her and, understand that she loves them. 

Bees are necessary for sustainable food production.  Without bees, the global food production would diminish in just days. This would  lead to global starvation and, the extinction of most animals and, mankind. 

Global Industry is aware of this and, have developed robotic bees to replace real honey bees, upon extinction. The robotic bees will not produce honey, only pollinate.

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Health Benefits


Raw Wild Honey

  • Natural Antioxidant

  • Antibacterial & Antifungal properties

  • Natural germ killer

  • Loaded in phytonutrients

  • Helps relieve digestive issues

  • Soothing for sore throat

  • Sweet, delicious, wholesome nectar loaded in naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and good nutritional source of energy

More Info Visit Healthline

Xenia Stavrinides has been

featured on "A Day In The Life Of"

 Bees at Rainbow Ranch Farms, are not pets, they are not  kept; they are considered nature's gift. At this farm, honey is not harvested but, cultivated, The same goes for pollen and, wax. Always carefully performed with respect, appreciation,, kindness and, gratitude.

It's remarkable to note that established colonies manage themselves. Sure, nature can be cruel, but, to appreciate nature is, to understand it too. Providing the best conditions for bee colonies and, ensuring that they have the most wholesome, safe and, nutritious plants to forage and collect from, all year is critical to them. Yes, this is hard, labor intensive work but, it's worth it!

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