Tropical Traditions: 17 Ounce Jar of Organic Raw Honey Only $9.99 Shipped (+ Awesome Reviews!)

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If you’re looking to stock up on some awesome organic raw honey (great for toast, smoothies, cookies, cake, tea and much more!), then head on over to Tropical Traditions. Through July 9th, Tropical Traditions is offering up FREE shipping with any purchase of $16 or more when you enter the coupon code 97212 at checkout. Even sweeter, the 17.6 ounce jars of Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey are on sale for only $9.99 each (reg. $19.99!). This certified organic honey from Canada is totally pure, unheated, unprocessed, and raw and is very highly rated. In order to get your total above $16 so that you snag free shipping, consider snagging 2 of these jars of honey.

Here’s what you need to do…

* Head over here, scroll down and add 2 jars of the raw, organic honey to your cart

* Head to check out and enter the code 97212 which will give you free ground shipping as long as you live in the lower 48 United States (remember, you must spend a minimum of $16 to snag the free shipping).

* Your final cost will be just $19.98 for 2 jars of raw, organic honey shipped right to your door!

Check out some of the comments left on Amazon.com where this honey sells for $12.99 (reg. $19.99 as well)…

I bought this for better health being it is RAW/Unprocessed/Organic. I didn’t expect it to taste so good. There is something about the texture which makes it even better. The only problem is that this honey won’t make it on toast. Once the jar is opened I end up eating it all right from the jar. Within two days or so… Just try it once!!

This is by far the best honey I have ever had. So healthy and so delicious ! You won’t regret buying this fantastic honey .

We use honey from time to time. A little bit in tea, sometimes a little over toast, in smoothies, etc. I bought this honey for the first time and it lasted less than weeks! My husband, who used to use honey very infrequently, has been eating it every night and now it’s gone. It has a very pleasing and mild flavor and now I can’t go back to any other honey. YUM!

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Comments 10

  1. Mari

    Does anyone know if there are any extra risks etc in raw honey? This sounds delicious, I have little kids that love honey, so I just wanted to check the safety aspect first.

    • Carter

      It is totally safe! Raw honey is actually one of the healthiest things you can put in your body. Two cool facts about raw honey are that A. It NEVER spoils! You can literally keep it forever. And B. It is THE only food that your body can sustain on (for a certain amount of time) from eating just that. To clear that up, if you tried to live off of just rice – eventually your organs would stop functioning correctly because you are not getting all the nutrients you need from the rice. But it is proven that you can live off of just honey longer than any other food! Raw honey is also a natural medication that works wonders on allergies, infection, sore throats, cuts, scrapes – you name it! I am sort of a raw honey freak (as you can tell) and have done tons of research – it is super safe!

      • linda

        Fascinating!

      • Jess

        Your body can also survive on sweet potatoes alone. …not that I’m dissing raw honey, just that it’s not the *only* food that provides your body with the essential nutrients for survival. …although I still rather have honey than sweet potatoes.

  2. blyane

    I too have the same question, can anyone answer it??

    • Mari

      I still don’t know. I googled it, but am not sure yet.

  3. Kelly

    It’s fine. You should know though that this is raw, unprocessed honey and it is NOT the same as the honey you find most everywhere else. It is not a liquid, it’s a solid almost wax-like product. It tastes totally different (SO MUCH BETTER) and has a different texture, obviously.

    I will NEVER eat processed honey ever again.

    I personally like uS Eco Bee Farms and it’s a little cheaper too. Right now on Amazon it’s $11.20 with Prime for 22 oz, so $0.08 cheaper per ounce than this deal.

  4. Kelly

    It’s YS Eco Bee Farms, not US

  5. Kelly T

    It is completely safe, but should not be given to children under the age of one year old due to the risk of Botulism, just like normal honey.

  6. Susan

    Hi, Tropical Traditions gives away a free book with the first $25 purchase for people referred to them. My friend got it, but when I ordered thru your link, but it didn’t give the free book for some reason. The Help Desk said they’d send me the book if I could provide them with the sponsor’s name and email address. Is there a way you could help? Thanks.

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