Farmacy honey is one of those products that people are still talking about.
The honey in it is high in antioxidants and contains about 5 grams of protein per tablespoon, which is about the same as that in regular coffee.
That’s more than a third of the daily recommended amount of protein.
The fact that you can buy it in a bottle with a price tag of $30 doesn’t hurt either.
But what’s really interesting is the fact that the product is also free of pesticides.
According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, one-third of people use it to make a bee’s nest.
And although the company says its products are free of all pesticides, its ingredients do contain a fair amount of arsenic, mercury, cadmium, and lead.
One of its co-founders, Matt Hagan, told me that he’s seen people report nausea, vomiting, and dizziness after using it.
“I’ve never seen anything like it,” he said.
“It just makes you feel so good.”
Farmacy has a patent on a process called “biodegradable agarose” that could one day be used to make bee-safe agarole.
But it’s not a popular product among beekeepers.
So now Farmacy is launching a “bee-safe honey” cocktail that includes agaric acid and honey, which it’s also claiming is safe for humans.
It’ll cost $18 for 1 ounce of honey and $40 for 1 cup of agar-agar, or a total of $35 for a bottle of honey, or about $2.70 per tablespoon.
“We’re going to use the agar as the agave seed,” Hagan said.
The product is not meant to replace bees or replace the traditional way of using agar.
“What we’re doing is just giving people an opportunity to have a good, natural, bee-friendly product,” he added.
“People are using it because they want it.
They don’t need to have any other way of producing honey.”
Hagan says he’s personally tested it for the first time and thinks it’s a good idea.
“My wife has been saying to me, ‘I just want to buy it because I love it.
But I want to be sure it’s safe,'” he said, adding that he’ll be posting about the product on his blog.
“A lot of people don’t understand that agar is a plant.
You don’t put agar in the soil, you don’t plant it.
You plant it on your plants.”
Farmacies honey cocktail could be on its way to becoming an important product in the beekeeping industry, but the company is keeping it a secret until its ready for commercial production.
In the meantime, the company has some more products in the works, like a honey-free coffee blend that would be available in about 20 cities by the end of the year.