Welcome to another Beezy Bees FAQ video. In this video I'd like to address one of the most common asked questions that we get from our customers and those who are just getting introduced to the Beezy Bees brand and trying to inquire a little bit more information.
This is a very common question that is asked a lot through email and phone calls that we get, and obviously I'd like to address it in this video and have it available for everybody to watch. So this question is really "What is the difference between the three products?"
The difference between the oil, between the honey, and the balm. These are the three main products that we offer, and these two, the honey and the balm, are composed in addition to other ingredients from the raw honey that we harvest from our own bee farms, because we're originally beekeepers. So there's raw honey in here, including Manuka honey, and there's raw honey in here as well.
The oil only has natural oils in there, including the hemp extract oil. So really what is the difference between these products in terms of how do I know what's best to use for whatever it is that I'm looking to use them for? And the real answer is all of these three products do the same thing in one regard: They're all really delivery vehicles for the hemp extract to enter your body and start producing the benefits that you're looking for.
The difference is how it enters your body, and that of course sets off different types of processes, if you will. So let me actually take it one by one and explain to you what the difference is. So the oil is typically used by taking a dropper, our recommended serving size is one full dropper, so you take the full dropper and you literally place the liquid under your tongue and you hold it there for 30 to 60 seconds and then you swallow.
So why would we recommend this process? The reasoning behind that is that there's small capillaries under your tongue and through those small capillaries the oil enters your bloodstream. It does so pretty quickly because it's pretty much a direct access. As such, it starts to take effect quickly, but the one drawback is, if you can call it that, that it doesn't last as long as the honey, and I'll tell you why in just a moment.
Now when I say it doesn't last as long as the honey, I don't mean that there's a difference in three, five, six hours. The window that the oil typically takes effect and works inside your system is somewhere in the ballpark of five to seven hours. With the honey, for example, it's more like six to eight hours. So you can see there isn't a big difference.
The bigger difference between these two is that this product starts to take effect much faster and it's also a little bit easier on the go because it's easy to just consume it or easier to consume it than honey, where this product takes a little longer to start to take effect but as we mentioned before, it also lasts longer. Now why does this happen?
Honey you don't put under your tongue and hold it there for 30 to 60 seconds like oil. You would literally take a teaspoon which is, again, the recommended serving size for our honey, you would take a teaspoon of this hemp extract infused honey and you would eat it or you can spread it on a toast, you could put it in your tea, you could put in your coffee.
You can even cook with it as long as you keep the temperature under 250 degrees Fahrenheit. But either way that you consume it, it goes through your digestion process. Because it goes through the digestive system first and then enters your bloodstream, it takes longer for it to start to take effect.
However, for that same reason, because it goes through that process, it also lasts longer in your system. That is one of the reasons why a lot of our customers actually take it one to two hours before going to sleep, and it helps them with the benefits that they're looking for during that part of the day. And this is more of a product that our customers typically use because they would like easier on the go consumption, which means it's typically consumed during the day.
That's not to say that you can't consume this one during the day and this one during the night. You can absolutely do that, but that's typically what we see our customers do. Now with the balm, this is a topical because it's a balm and you literally rub it on your part of the body that you're looking to bring benefits to, wherever that is, and it starts to take effect through your skin, okay? So it absorbs and enters your body through your skin and then it only typically works where you would apply it.
And there's a difference obviously between this, this, and this product in the way that I've just described, this one you don't even ingest. However, with our balm, you can find, it's a very versatile product because it works for many, many different, in many different ways. We found it to be working from mosquito bites to burns to cuts, and of course many other benefits that people typically find with the hemp-infused products.
But in addition to hemp extract that is infused in every one of these products, they're all natural, they all have natural ingredients only. In this case there's about three ingredients here, two ingredients here, and there's actually a lot of ingredients here, but all of them are absolutely natural like the raw honey, Manuka honey, royal jelly, royal beeswax, emu oil, arnica wild oil, coconut oil, and eucalyptus oil.
So as you can imagine, these are powerhouses on their own but when combined together they do some magical things. So with that I hope you've gotten a little bit of an insight as to the difference between these three products and when and how you might want to consume them best depending on what you've just heard. That's really the biggest difference.
In addition, we use, and this is a very, very important key point, we use whole plant hemp extract oil, which is full spectrum. And this is a very big and important topic that I'd like to create a separate video where I can discuss these details because it's an important topic and it should have its own video.
So I'll see you in the next video where we're going to discuss why is it very important to know that you have a whole plant hemp extract infused in your products. I'll see you in that video.