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How to make Bee Sting Honey-LEVO II

Hello I’m Chef Sky from Infuzed Cookin.   Welcome to my Colorado kitchen.

Today we are going to talk about- How to make Bee Sting Honey-LEVO II

The LEVO II is an easy way to infuse wild flower honey. In this video you will find out why the LEVO II works great for infusing honey with a carrier, what you will need from your kitchen, and how to successfully make Bee Sting Honey with the LEVO II.

Thank You. Let’s get Infuzed.

Why the LEVO II Works Great for Infusing Honey

Human use and infusing honey is traced back 8,000 years. In addition to an important role of natural honey in traditional medicine, Cannabis also has been used for thousands of years so the two make a great combination for infusion with the LEVO.

The LEVO makes it easy to do but there are a few things to note when infusing honey. The infusion temperature needs to be carefully controlled to avoid burning the honey and the nutrients contained in honey.

FacT: The best temperature for honey infusion is at a lower temperature no higher than 105°F. This will allow you to infuse the honey and still maintain the flavor, aroma, and color of wild flower honey.

Chef’s Notes: The LEVO II is perfect for controlling time and temperature to avoid burning the nutrients in honey.

What You Will Need to Infuse Honey With the LEVO II

Kitchen Items:


Measuring cup

Bottle for storage of honey (Can be placed back in original container)


Local Wild Flower Honey -16 Ounces net wet.

Carrier Oil –MCT oil- 1 table spoon

 Cannabis Flower-7 Grams

How to Make Bee Sting Honey With the LEVO II

1. Add the plant material to the power pod.

2. Place the power pod inside the reservoir.

3. Press cycle button to select Activate plant material.  Set to 240 degrees for 40 minutes.

4. Place the magnetic stirrer on the center mark inside the reservoir.

5. Next add the wildflower honey to the reservoir with the MCT oil and plant material

(Infuse up to 16 oz. of honey)

6. Press cycle button to select INFUSE. Set to 105 degrees for 90 minutes.

7. Dispense the honey into the cup. (Pour the honey into storage device while the honey is still warm)

Fact: Easily dispense the sticky honey with the ceramic-coated, slanted reservoir

Chef’s Notes: Infusing honey can be a sticky mess but cleanup is easy with dishwasher-safe components.

Bee Sting Honey can be used as a sweetener in place of sugar. Honey can also be used in beverages such as tea, or how about as a glaze for grills, and for eating with other snacks. Bee Sting Honey tastes really good as is a great replacement for sugar.

Thank you and Happy Infusing………………

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