I don't recall a single case of 'Floppy baby syndrome'(Botulism) in the UK.As I understand it samples were taken many years ago of shop bought Honey and they had traces of chinese honey in them.
Chinese honey is known to of at times carried Botulism spores so it was decided not to risk it with infants under one.
Odd logic. Just because your sample of X children have never suffered doesn't mean their is not a risk. Probably they have never been smacked by a speeding car either but that doesn't mean their isn't a risk.mine have had it from birth, they are fine and love honey. i see it as a natural food so i cant see how it will hurt them?
A common misconception. All infections are natural. Ricin is natural. Cyanide is natural. Natural does not mean safe. How did people get on in the old days when all food was natural and there were no artificial medicines? Simple, lots of them died young.mine have had it from birth, they are fine and love honey. i see it as a natural food so i cant see how it will hurt them?
Elucidate ?"I see the current fashion for so-called "natural beekeeping", where all the comb harvested has had brood reared in it" is both inaccurate and misleading