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Introducing our English Honey infused with the highest-quality Cannabis Oil benefting from CBD and the finest honey our countryside can produce. Our CBD-infused honey sticks are a great addition to your healthy eating routine. Combining pure CBD from American-grown industrial hemp with organic honey from Brazilian Rainforest, this product offers a novel way to deliver CBD with the antioxidant, immunity-boosting, antibacterial, and digestive health benefits of all natural goodness produced by… One teaspoon of Potli’s Feel Good Premium Hemp Raw Honey and it’s lights out.

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Haughton Honey HQ lies among the rich dairy pastures and ancient oak trees of South Cheshire, close to where it borders Shropshire. For centuries it has been cattle country, famous for its creamy milk and its distinctive crumbly cheese.

Now we have combined our English raw honey with carefully-sourced, British CBD. The cannabis oil we use is produced to the very highest standards. We are offering the best of both worlds; the acknowledged benefits of CBD and the finest honey our countryside can produce.

Our 340g jars contain 850mg of British 40% full-spectrum CBD with retained terpenes in MCT** oil for a maximum effective dose.


Queen Victoria was prescribed CBD as a pain-killer.

Unlike many other forms, our CBD infused honey retains the essential terpenes which are thought to be the most efficacious element for the relief of the symptoms of a range of health issues and everyday problems.

Scroll down for our FAQS and Certification.

**Medium Chain Triglyceride – a carrier oil that is easily digested by the body and is recognised as having a range of health benefits

Our CBD Honey


A wide range, including:

  • Sleep disorders
  • Joint and muscle aches
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Arthritis, fibromyalgia and osteoporosis
  • PTSD
  • Migraines
  • High blood pressure
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Menopausal syptoms
  • The effects of Parkinson’s Disease
  • Coronary inflammation
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Rather than answer this question in our own words, what could be better than quoting the award-winning health and fitness journalist Danielle Kosecki? “CBD, or cannabidiol, is a chemical compound from the cannabinoid family that naturally occurs in the cannabis plant. Scientists have isolated 108 different types of cannabinoids in cannabis. CBD is quickly gaining ground due to its potential therapeutic benefits.

“CBD works by interacting with our body’s endocannabinoid system, a regulatory system made up of naturally occurring cannabis-like molecules. These endocannabinoids, as they’re called, work like neurotransmitters, shuttling messages through the body to help maintain homeostasis. Cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system at two known receptors: CB1 and CB2.

CB1 receptors are mainly present in the brain — where they’re involved with cognition, memory, motor skills and pain — but also in the peripheral nervous system, liver, thyroid, uterus and more.

“Although the exact way CBD affects our bodies is still unknown, scientists think CBD encourages the body to produce more of its own endocannabinoids, which may help reduce anxiety, pain and inflammation”.

It’s our loss that we ignore nature’s natural remedies

With the recent legalisation of CBD in many parts of the western world, increasing numbers of people are taking it and reporting considerable health benefits. The majority of users take it in oral spray or drops form, but we thought we could make the experience a lot nicer and more wholesome, which is why we have introduced Haughton Honey infused with CBD.

We know of none. There have been reports of side-effects with synthetic CBD (fatigue, stomach upset, changes in weight and appetite).

The CBD additive we infuse our honey with is organic and natural. You can see independent laboratory test results on our website under Certification below.

How much CBD can you – should you – be taking, and how much is there in Haughton Honey with CBD?

CBD-infused foodstuffs are now quite numerous in the USA and Canada, including honey. We looked at everything on the market over there and calculated the average CBD content. We left out two honeys which had a ludicrously low CBD content, and without them the average was 0.25% (it doesn’t affect the calculations, obviously, but the majority of American honeys with CBD are sold in very small jars – some as small as 100g. We sell ours in the same size jars as our ‘ordinary’ honey – a full 340g).

At 850mg of 40% CBD our jars contain 1% of pure CBD – a medicinal dose – and we recommend taking between two to two and half teaspoons per day, ideally in the evening an hour or so before bedtime (this has come from plenty of customer feedback).

Like any supplement it needs to be built up in the body and, most importantly, maintained. Try and avoid ‘stopping and starting’ your intake if you can.

Researchers seem to agree that taking any more that our recommended dose doesn’t lead to increased efficacy; it depends on your build, but it’s the optimum amount. Anything above that is unnecessary.

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The first thing that many of our customers notice is a vastly-improved sleep pattern, followed by the relief of the symptoms of a range of underlying health conditions as listed above.

CBD really is a broad brush.

Pure honey – as nature intended

So far as CBD sprays are concerned, as with other medicinal sprays some of the compound is lost in the mouth so not all of it is absorbed into your system. Plus, of course in a typical High Street spray, you get 5% in 500mg which means that there is 20mg of CBD in total, as opposed to 850mg of 40% strength MCT in Haughton Honey infused with CBD.

All in all, eating honey with CBD is more efficient…and much more tasty.

When it came to legalising CBD Canada and the USA were more prepared than we were here in the UK. Individual states had led the way; California was the first, making medicinal cannabis legal in 1996.

Companies of all sizes had been anticipating the legalisation and began offering products with CBD very quickly indeed. These are now an impressive range on offer in North America, from simple drops and sprays right through to fruit-flavoured popcorn and gummy bears with CBD (yes, really).

In the UK it is much simpler: In 2018 the Home Secretary Sajid Javid made all possession of CBD legal, so long at the THC content (the bit that gets you high) is less than 3%.

Cannabis oil is as pure and natural as the honey itself

There was immediately a lot of financial interest in growing hemp for medicinal purposes, including a stock market listing of a company to do just that right at the end of 2018. The range of CBD products is very limited at the time of writing; just sprays and droppers, and not a hint of CBD foodstuffs – let alone strawberry CBD popcorn.

That’s why we at Haughton Honey decided to offer our long-established (and utterly gorgeous) honey with CBD. It has taken a lot of work, and here it is.

You do need to be careful what you buy – especially as CBD products are expensive, simply because each plant gives up only a small amount of CBD and the extraction process is very technical and time consuming.

The first thing to look for is independently-tested laboratory analysis. If that doesn’t exist, look elsewhere. You can see ours by clicking on the link lower down the page.

Secondly, does the CBD include terpenes? There is a piece on these compounds elsewhere in the FAQS and research suggests that they are a great help in the efficacy of CBD, however it is taken.

Does the product tell you how much CBD is in what you are buying? Never mind the amount of milligrams, but what strength is it? A product might state that it’s packed with 1000mg of CBD, but it might only be 5% strength. Make sure that the packaging is crystal clear.

Does the CBD contain less than 3% THC and is therefore, entirely legal?

Has the company selling the product sprung up overnight, or is it – like Haughton Honey – long-established and reputable.

Where is the CBD produced? The CBD additive that we use is British-produced. Far be it from us to cast aspersions, but we wouldn’t go near anything cultivated in the Far East or Eastern Europe.

Terpenes? What are they? Well, you might not be aware of them but terpenes are all over the place; in just about every plant you can think of. Science recognises 20,000 different terpenes and there are more than a hundred different ones in the raw cannabis plant – they’re not unique to the plant; they appear in many other species.

Terpenes often give a plant its distinctive aroma, as in fruits such as oranges, and flowers such as lavender. Biologists believe that they evolved to make flowers and fruits either attractive to pollinators or repulsive to predators.

They are organic compounds, and they are crucial components in essential oils. Essential oils are a mix of terpenes and other compounds like flavonoids. Essential oils have distinct odours and properties because of their unique mix of compounds – including, of course, our friends the terpenes.

Bees make honey; honey makes happiness

The words terpenes and terpenoids are often interchanged although there are differences between them: Terpenes are hydrocarbons (consisting only of carbon and hydrogen atoms), while terpenoids are terpenes that have been denatured, often by oxidisation.

CBD is at its most effective when it contains the full range of terpenes – this is known as ‘full spectrum’ CBD – and it creates the ‘entourage’ effect, which is a phrase you’ll see elsewhere on this website. Put simply, the entourage effect is the benefit you get from ingesting multiple components of the cannabis plant together instead of ingesting one component indivually.

The terpenes compounds are lost during the extraction of the CBD from the hemp plant and have to be re-instated. Because there is a cost involved in this, and it is time-consuming, some commercial products skip it and do not contain terpenes. The CBD we infuse into Haughton Honey has all its terpenes in place and is therefore the most effective CBD you can buy.

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MCT? WHAT’S THAT? Well, to put it as succinctly as possible, MCT oil is a carrier for CBD, which helps your system assimilate the CBD more efficiently. The MCT initials stand from ‘medium-chain fats’. These are saturated fat acids called triglycerides. They are easily and quickly digested, and are burned by the body so that they don’t turn into fat.

Well-known sources of MCT oils are coconut oil, palm oil, avocados, olive, sesame, and soybean – all well-regarded and healthy foods. MCT oil is also often added to salad dressings and smoothies. There are often special coffee mixes which contain MCT.

We make no medical claims, but research and anecdotal opinion have both cited MCT as being of benefit in:

  • Maintaining a healthy weight
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Improving digestion
  • Balancing hormones
  • Reducing stored body fat
  • Fighting bacteria and viruses

When you ingest CBD in foodstuffs such as Haughton Honey the presence of MCT allows your body to get maximum benefit from the CBD. It appears to be efficacious in itself, but is also a great facilitator so that you get the maximum boost from your CBD-infused honey.

Full spectrum CBD is minimally refined, and is extracted from a single plant that preserves the naturally-occurring cannabinoids and terpenes in the hemp and cannabis plant, except for the illegal, narcotic THC compound.

CBD Honey Sticks

Our CBD-infused honey sticks are a great addition to your healthy eating routine.

Combining pure CBD from American-grown industrial hemp with organic honey from Brazilian Rainforest, this product offers a novel way to deliver CBD with the antioxidant, immunity-boosting, antibacterial, and digestive health benefits of all natural goodness produced by bees.

Just two ingredients:
pure CBD extract and organic honey

Sourced from US-grown,
non-GMO hemp

10 mg of pure CBD
in each stick

Delicious natural
honey flavor

for potency and purity

Looking for a nutritious product that combines the health benefits of honey and hemp? Then you’ve found yourself a keeper. You can add Gold Bee Honey sticks to your favorite drinks or snacks, or eat them directly to revel in a delicious flavor provided by organically harvested honey from Brazilian rainforests.

Honey has been known for its wide range of health benefits for centuries and acts as an effective carrier for CBD extracts. Our CBD-infused honey sticks are also a great source of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, B-complex vitamins, essential fatty acids, vitamins A, C, and E, and trace minerals such as magnesium without additives or preservatives.

Each honey stick contains 10 mg of pure CBD sourced from hemp that grows in the open-air farms under natural sunlight. Our state-of-the-art extraction methods allow us to maximize the potency of cannabidiol while removing any traces of THC.

Don’t take our word for it; our products are rigorously tested in a certified laboratory for their CBD content as well as potential contaminants to ensure that your honey sticks are as concentrated as advertised and free of any unwanted additives such as solvents, pesticides, or mycotoxins.

What Are CBD Honey Sticks?

CBD-infused honey is a natural sweetener enriched with hemp extract. The pure CBD oil is extracted from industrial hemp plants, then infused into the honey. We then suspend our CBD honey into convenient sticks for easy use.

Gold Bee CBD honey sticks contain 10 mg of CBD per count, which makes them perfect for infusing CBD into drinks or even whole dishes. If you’re looking to try something different than sublingual drops or water-soluble products, these honey sticks are a tastier way to consume your daily dose of CBD.

How Should You Take CBD Honey Sticks

CBD honey sticks can be squeezed onto your favorite treat or mixed into tea, coffee, or any other beverage that you like.

You can also squeeze them directly into your mouth to enjoy the natural sweetness of honey. Our CBD honey sticks always taste great and provide a fun way to deliver the benefits of CBD.

How Long Does it Take for CBD Honey Sticks to Work?

CBD edibles have the slowest onset of effects since they take the most time to absorb into the bloodstream. Before CBD starts interacting with your body, it can take a while for the digestive system to process it before you can feel the effects.

The time-to-absorption may vary between individuals, taking around 40–120 minutes. The time you’ll need to wait to experience the effects of CBD will also depend on whether you’ve eaten recently or take CBD honey sticks on an empty stomach. On the other hand, the CBD from edibles is released gradually, ensuring longer-lasting effectsthan vapes and tinctures.

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What Are the Health Benefits of Taking CBD Honey Sticks?

Each CBD honey stick contains 10 mg of hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol). CBD has been shown to support joint function and cartilage, promote emotional stability, improve mood, help maintain proper immune function and support cardiovascular health.

On top of that, CBD can help promote relaxation, relieve mild discomfort, help with attention problems, difficulty sleeping, and assist the body
in removing impurities.

Do CBD Honey Sticks Contain THC?

THC is the cannabinoid known for its intoxicating properties — it’s the one that makes cannabis users feel high. Our pure CBD honey sticks stay true to their name and contain zero THC. Full-spectrum CBD products contain up to 0.3% THC, which can’t get the user high, but it carries a risk of a false-positive result on a drug test if you regularly take high doses of full-spectrum extracts.

Gold Bee CBD honey sticks are a great alternative to full-spectrum products if you are tested for drugs at work. The THC content is proven with a Certificate of Analysis from an independent laboratory; we provide them on request.

One Teaspoon of This CBD Honey and It’s Lights Out

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This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to what food people are eating, drinking, and buying right now. Next up, contributing writer Jean Trinh makes a very relaxing case for CBD honey.

I’ve struggled with anxiety forever. It comes in waves, and at its worst manifests as constant worrying, nervousness, and poor sleep. When the pandemic came along, all of those issues went through the roof. Like many others I was on high alert all the time, trying to navigate how to exist with a deadly virus running rampant while also getting regular life stuff done (in my case, juggling work with taking care of my toddler 24/7). My usual outlets for relieving stress, like going to the gym and grabbing lunches with friends, weren’t as easy to do in this new reality—and I needed help falling and staying asleep throughout the night.

That’s where Potli—an Asian American–founded company making CBD (cannabidiol) honey—comes in. I first noticed the brand mentioned in a marketing email. As a writer my inbox is often drowning in pitches about products that I mostly archive straightaway, but I found this one particularly intriguing. I seemed to be the exact target audience for Potli’s Feel Good Premium Hemp Raw Honey, which the website claimed would “promote soothing, calm feelings.” Plus, I’m a sucker for a good story, and Potli CEO Felicity Chen had one that resonated with me.

Photograph by Isa Zapata. Prop Styling by Paige Hicks

Potli Feel Good Hemp-Infused Raw Honey

When I was growing up in a Chinese household, my family often turned to Eastern medicine to treat ailments—which is exactly what it seemed like Chen’s family was doing. She and her college roommate came up with the idea for the Feel Good honey—Potli’s first product—when she moved back home from college in 2015 and noticed that her mother, who has asthma, had been experiencing terrible coughing spells due to her allergies. Chen’s father had begun beekeeping to produce hyper-local wildflower honey he hoped would help her mother. And that’s when Chen had her light bulb moment: “I knew with all the inflammation that was going on in her lungs, CBD would absolutely help and also calm her down,” she says.

If Chen was able to convince her conservative Chinese mother to try anything cannabis-related, I had a feeling the honey had to be good. Upon opening my jar one night, the smell was fragrant and earthy, like I had just ventured into a botanical garden. I scooped out a golden teaspoon of the thick honey (which has 10 mg of CBD) and stirred it into a cup of Sleepytime Tea. After adding a squeeze of lemon, I cozied up under some blankets and surrendered myself to The Great British Bake Off. The first sip was floral, lightly sweet, and truly delightful. After downing the mug, I noticed I did feel calmer. After repeating this routine a few nights in a row, I found myself drifting off while Kim-Joy was shaping dozens of choux pastries into adorable turtles.

While there still needs to be more scientific research done on CBD—a non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid derived from the hemp plant—what’s out there so far seems promising. CBD doesn’t give you the high that THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the main psychoactive component in marijuana, does, but it is supposedly targeted at reducing inflammation, relieving anxiety, and improving sleep quality. There’s a lot of misinformation out there about CBD, but Chen likens the experience to taking a daily vitamin: “You don’t really know it’s working until a few weeks in.”

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