I found someone that sells Sourwood Honey yesterday and ordered a jar, thanks Darlene!! YAY, I seriously can't wait to receive my order and see what it will do for my line of skin products and even in some soap. I'll keep you posted. Here is some HONEY FYI .... "There are a number of reasons why honey is so effective in wound healing. First, honey topically numbs pain. Secondly, honey is osmotic; it attracts water. Since bacteria is mostly made of water, it is sucked dry in the presence of honey. Bacteria is further inhibited by honey because honey produces hydrogen peroxide and is acidic. Third, honey activates the immune response by providing glucose for the white blood cells. Finally, honey speeds up the healing process. It creates a moist environment by drawing serum up through the skin tissues that helps “moist scab” formation. Honey also reduces inflammation, helps shed dead tissue, and stimulates the development of new blood cells. Honey's antiseptic qualities also help prevent infections from moving to other wounds. For these reasons, honey may be very helpful in the treatment of minor burns, open wounds, abscesses, strep infections, Cesarean incisions, gangrene, shingles, and abrasions with debris (when the abrasion is dressed with honey for 24 hours, the honey will actually draw and lift the debris). Its antifungal properties make it useful in the topical treatment of athlete's foot and eczema."