What is mickelberry?

Founded in Chicago in 1893, Mickelberry’s® grew throughout the Midwest, offering a full line of processed meats. As time passed, they focused their attention on what they made best, value-added hams!

What is Ginger Honey Tonic good for?

Mickelberry Gardens Ginger Honey Tonic is a blend of raw Pacific Northwest wildflower honey, organic raw apple cider vinegar and organic ginger root (Zingiber officinalis). This tonic is designed to support good digestion and a happy belly.

What is elderberry and honey tonic good for?

Mickelberry Gardens Elderberry Honey Tonic is a blend of raw honey, raw apple cider vinegar, and gentle herbal remedies traditionally used to support healthy immune function. We have included organic black elderberries, organic echinacea tops, and Pacific Northwest propolis to support and nourish the immune system.

How do you use propolis throat spray?

Shake well before use. Spray into the mouth 2-6 times, as often as required.

Is mickelberry ham good?

By staying true to old-fashioned curing and smoking methods, the Mickelberry’s brand delivers a consistent flavor customers have enjoyed for years. Each whole ham is chisel boned for the Bone-in taste without the waste….Mickelberry’s Smoked Boneless Ham.

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How do you cook mickelberry ham?

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. On a rack in a roasting pan, roast ham uncovered, for about 20 minutes per pound, or until meat thermometer reads 140 degrees.

What happens if you drink ginger everyday?

Ginger has powerful components that lower blood sugar levels and prevent heart disease. Eating ginger every day can regulate the production of insulin in patients with diabetes. Due to the cholesterol-lowering abilities in ginger, it prevents heart-related diseases and strokes.

Is elderberry and honey tonic good you?

The Elderberry & Honey Tonic is a wonderful, healthy addition to cocktails, particularly Gin and Tonics. It’s super refreshing and my immune system feels stronger after drinking it.

Does black elderberry have side effects?

The elderberry plant contains a chemical that produces cyanide in the leaves or other plant parts and in the unripe green fruit. This can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, or more serious side effects if consumed in large quantities.