Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey

$80.00

Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey is a delicious, organic, all-natural honey made by California honeybees. Decades of research have identified honey’s antibacterial and antifungal qualities as well as its antioxidants, which are believed to assist with cell repair. Hemp is known for reducing inflammation, easing anxiety and improving sleep.

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  1. USE to maintain health and wellness: a daily oral dose straight from a spoon, stirred into water or added to complement a favorite beverage or food.
  2. USE to help ease an ailment: a sublingual dose (under your tongue) a few times daily for sore throat, muscle ache, joint pain and  heartburn.
  3. USE as a topical: cold sores, canker sores and minor burns, including sunburn. 
  4. USE at bedtime for a more restful sleep.

INGREDIENTS: organic, all-natural, full-spectrum honey. Through a patented method, bees are offered a proprietary combination of nectar and hemp, which allows them to make the world’s only full-spectrum, whole plant honey.  Its ruby-tinged hue comes from our Bee Fuse Technology. Download COA lab results for Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey here.

How often should I take Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey?

We consider food as medicine and believe that what you eat impacts your health. Adding a daily regimen of Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey is a good way to supplement a healthy diet. Compounds in hemp also are helpful for pain management, reducing inflammation, easing anxiety and a host of other conditions.

How much honey do I need?

Start with a teaspoon (1 serving) but understand that no two people react the same even to non psychoactive compounds. Also consider your body mass (you may need more) and how your body reacts to stimulus.

How should I take the Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey?

To maximize the benefits of Kitchen Toke Hemp, place a single serving teaspoon under your tongue and let it dissolve naturally with your saliva before swallowing. Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey is water-soluble and has higher bioavailability, which means better absorption, a quicker onset and greater efficacy.

What makes the color of your honey so different from other types?

The distinct ruby-tinged hue comes from our patented hemp and nectar blend that we offer the bees as a supplement to their foraging. When the bees eat this proprietary combination, they’re essentially mixing it with their belly enzymes and passing on the color.

Can I add Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey to drinks?

Yes. Because our honey is water-soluble, it dissolves and will not float on the surface of drinks or cling to the glass-like hemp oil. Stir our honey into water for a refreshing beverage and to sweeten a smoothie or cocktail.

Can I cook with Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey?

Definitely. Brush over grilled chicken or fish after cooking; balance the acidity of a salad dressing; or drizzle on fried chicken and biscuits fresh out of the oven. Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey retains its beneficial compounds and remains stable up to 325° F, according to testing.

Are bees harmed to make your honey?

No. If bees eat harmful substances, such as pesticides, they eventually perish. Like responsible beekeepers, we keep our bees healthy. For example, we set aside their high-protein pollen loaves to serve them during colder months when nature is not flowering. Additionally, our hives divide to create another colony, an activity known as “swarming” which is a sign of healthy production.

Do your bees get high off of the hemp and nectar blend you feed them?

No. Bees do not have a system that processes the compounds in hemp that cause a psychoactive effect like in humans, dogs and other mammals.

Are higher milligram products better and more effective?

It depends. Because Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey is water-soluble and has high bioavailability, that higher milligram rule of thumb does not apply especially when compared to edibles made with hemp oil. The beneficial compounds of an edible hemp product are greatly diminished because of the way our digestive system processes fat/oil (low bioavailability). This does not happen to Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey because the bees process the oil for us.

Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey says it’s full-spectrum. What does that mean?

The term means that all of the beneficial compounds of a hemp plant, aka “whole plant,” are included in the patented hemp and nectar blend that our bees eat—not just most of it (broad spectrum) or only one part (isolate). With full-spectrum, all of the compounds work together to amplify the health benefits, a phenomenon known as the “entourage effect.”

Can Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey make me high?

No; it does not contain enough of the psychoactive compound to cause such a result, according to laboratory tests shown in our Certificate of Analysis (COA). The COA link is available in the product description.

Is a Certificate of Analysis (COA) important?

Yes. A COA is a document from an accredited laboratory that shows the quantity of various compounds in a hemp product. It protects you as a consumer, ensuring you are purchasing the beneficial compounds in hemp.

Aren’t you exploiting bees by taking their honey?

No. Our hives are healthy which means they have a surplus of honey and beeswax—more than they need to maintain the colony. According to apiary experts, bees perform at a high level as long as the conditions are good. They can modify their work, such as choosing to eat our patented hemp and nectar blend, but they cannot decrease or increase output so there’s no pressure.

I bought two jars of honey and one has a few crystals while the other doesn’t. What gives?

The formation of crystals is a natural characteristic of raw honey. In fact, it’s actually a sign of quality, meaning the honey hasn’t been pasteurized, "stretched" or diluted with additives. The speed of crystalization depends on a variety of factors, such as temperature, the presence of pollen, and the types of plants the bees forage on for nectar. Chances are, the crystals in one jar might simply have a minuscule amount more of pollen or the bees foraged on more of one flower over another. Lower temperatures also speed crystallization so don't refrigerate.

8 reviews for Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey

  1. Laura Yee (verified owner)

    When I feel anxious about whatever might be scheduled for the next day, I often have difficulty falling and staying asleep. On these occasions, I take a teaspoon of the hemp honey at bedtime. It works! I wake up refreshed and relaxed.

  2. Cynthia Pfeffer (verified owner)

    I bought this for my 84-year-old cousin Marilyn, from Crown Point, IN. These are her words: “For so long my feet have been tingling and feeling all sorts of neuropathy. After drinking tea with Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey I immediately noticed a difference. My toes feel normal again! I will definitely continue using the honey, I don’t want to run out.” —Cynthia Pfeffer, Crown Point IN

  3. Johnathan Boreham (verified owner)

    I’m friends with Kitchen Toke founder Joline during a call one day I expressed to her I was having a bad day due to back pain from a fall that happened over 30 years ago. She sent me some Kitchen Toke Honey. Once I received it, I called her and she told me to put a teaspoon under my tongue and let it dissolve. Before we hung up, Joline asked me to call her back in 20 minutes and let her know how I was feeling. I completely forgot to do that. I didn’t feel the pain anymore so it wasn’t on my mind. When she called me to check on me, it was then I realized my back pain was gone. —Jonathan Boreham

  4. Leifur Dagfinnsson (verified owner)

    I’ve had an old knee injury since high school, I’m 51 now and have learned to live with pain. When I took the honey the first night, it helped a little. But by the second night instead of taking 1 teaspoon, I took two. I’m a very tall person so I thought maybe I needed more. That was when I had the best night’s sleep I’ve had in a long time. It was then I realized I slept through the night because my knee didn’t hurt anymore. —Leifur Dagfinnsson

  5. Debbie Williams (verified owner)

    Twenty years ago, at age 48, I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. For 19 years, I battled not only the symptoms of the disease but also the side effects of the dozens of drugs I was prescribed to treat it. These medications, which included anti-inflammatories, steroids, the chemo drug Methotrexate and biologic injections, all came with serious side effects that suppressed my immune system and caused such gastrointestinal damage I had to be hospitalized.
    It was at that point I decided the cure was worse than the disease. I went off all prescribed medications and dealt with the day-to-day RA symptoms. Over the course of the next year, as I suffered through the stiffness and exhaustion that comes with RA, I researched and experimented with various supplements, foods and homeopathic remedies. I diligently journaled my experience with each.
    Today, I’m happy to report that a combination of exercise, low-inflammatory foods and two products—Kitchen Toke Hemp Honey and Kitchen Toke Bee Balm—has kept me off prescription drugs and given me a quality of life I haven’t experienced in decades. One teaspoon of honey each morning, when I am most stiff and achy, quickly gives me relief and readies me for the day ahead. (It’s delicious, too). At the end of the day, a Bee-Balm massage of the areas where I am experiencing joint pain and swelling provides enough comfort to allow me a goods night’s sleep.
    —Debbie Williams, 68 year old, Washington, MO

  6. Hunter Lewis

    “I’m a CBD skeptic so I first fell in love with this honey for its culinary uses because it has peachy and floral flavor notes on the front end and pleasantly bitter buckwheat notes on the back end. Then over time while using it to sweeten pots of tisane and small cups of espresso, I realized that it was also beginning to mellow dull aches in my body and reduce some anxiety. This honey is the real deal both in and out of the kitchen.” Hunter Lewis, Editor-In-Chief, Food & Wine

  7. Mae Williams

    I like the taste of the honey. I take the honey to help me sleep. It relaxes my brain like a mild sedative. I fall asleep about an hour after. I wake up feeling refreshed.
    — Mae Williams, Cleveland, Ohio

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