Fight Your Seasonal Allergies With Abilene-Area Local Honey
The terrible mood swings of Texas winters (y'know, where you're sweating one day and freezing the next) can certainly wreak havoc for folks trying to stay well with seasonal allergies.
One common home remedy for those sinuses and stuffy noses is regularly eating locally-produced honey, which may be considered beneficial because it contains local pollen and allergens, and repeated exposure helps the body build natural immunity.
Keep reading to find out where you can snag some sweet Big Country-made honey around Abilene.
Where to Find Local Honey Around Abilene
One surefire place to check for local honey is area feedstores, which often provide storefront access to honey producers who don't have the clientele or volume to get their own retail space. Below are some good places to start:
241 E South 11th St, Abilene
3818 S Treadaway Blvd, Abilene
303 S 14th St, Abilene
4450 Southwest Dr, Abilene
1600 N Swenson St, Stamford
409 NE Georgia Ave, Sweetwater
And if you're looking to purchase your honey straight from local producers who care for their bees and have product quality at heart, check out the businesses listed below:
While M. A. B Honey doesn't have a physical storefront, you can contact them via Facebook and follow them there to learn more about beekeeping in the Big Country.
Rocking R Bee & Honey Farm honey is currently available at The Other Antique Store (712 S Leggett Dr, Abilene), or you can check them out on Facebook here.
This local honey farm sells both raw, unfiltered honey and natural beeswax. You can check them out on Facebook here.
This Abilene-owned brewery uses all kinds of honey (local and imported) to craft fermented drinks of yore. Check with them on Facebook about local honey availability.
301 ES 11th St, Abilene
You'll find gifts, locally-sourced toiletries, and a full-service salon at The Bee's Knees.
017 FM 89, Abilene
This locally-owned greenhouse carries a wide variety of indoor and outdoor plants, gardening equipment, and locally-sourced food gifts. You can find them on Facebook here or check out their website here.