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August’s Spotlight Product

Anyone else looking for something refreshing for these hot summer days? We may not see as many children setting up lemonade stands anymore but it doesn’t mean we cannot enjoy the refreshment with our family and friends.

Today’s spotlight product will help to sweeten our summer time refreshment, lemonade. We all know the benefits of honey but consider adding a some Full Spectrum Hemp too. Below is the standard lemonade recipe but with a special twist. Don't stop with just the Full Spectrum Honey but consider adding some lavender buds, hibiscus flowers, favorite frozen fruit to serve as ice cubes.


  • 1/3 to 1/2 cup Full Spectrum Honey (or more depending on desired sweetness)

  • 1 1/2 cups warm water

  • 1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice

  • Ice cubes for serving (or frozen fruit)


In a heat proof quart pitcher, combine warm water and honey. Make sure the water is just warm enough to soften and dissolve the honey so that the beneficial properties in the honey aren't removed. Add in lavender buds or hibiscus flowers into water and honey or if you don't want the flowers in the drink, you can add the flowers to a tea bag or cheese cloth and allow the flowers to steep in the warm water and honey. Stir in the lemon juice. Let cool for at least 10 minutes or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. Pour into ice-filled glasses.

Honey is considered a magic elixir gifted to us from the bees. Honey is known for it's antibacterial and anti-fungal properties along with sweetening our tastebuds. But this honey has an extra kiss by being infused with hemp which hosts additional vitamins and minerals like vitamins C, K folate, and calcium. What better way to either sweeten the day or soothe what ails you. Bonus, these bees work in Tennessee. -2 oz ea
-1 quantity (2oz)
(Local Farm Raised Honey)
-Infused hemp

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