Wild Forest Honey SunAndSoil Org.

Wild forest honey, also known as wildflower honey, is produced by bees from the nectar of wildflowers found in dense, undisturbed forests. Unlike regular honey from beehives, which is often sourced from a single type of flower, fresh honey comes from a variety of plants, resulting in a unique and complex flavor profile. This makes it a favorite among those seeking the best honey. It is also believed to be higher in nutrients and antioxidants than other honeys.