How to Farm Honey | Valheim

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This page is about the Honey food item in the game Valheim. Read on to learn Honey's effects, how to obtain Honey quickly, and where to use Honey!

Honey Stats

Name Description
Honey.jpgHoney Sweet and tasty.
Weight Health Stamina
0.2 20 20
Duration Healing Max Capacity
300s 5 hp/tick 50

How to Farm Honey

Beehive.jpg

Honey can be farmed by crafting Beehives. Honey is gradually generated by bees inside a beehive and can store up to 4 Honeys. Don't forget to harvest them on time! Whenever you find an abandoned house, check inside it for any wild bee hives you can break with a bow and arrrrows for a Queen bee!

Building Name Required Crafting Station Materials Needed
BeehiveBeehive Workbench Queen Bee x1
Wood x10

How to Use Honey

Can be Eaten or Cooked

Honey can be eaten as is in order to recover health and stamina, as well as used in other recipes.

Used to Cook Food

Food Name Cooking Station Type Ingredients Needed
Serpent Stew Cauldron Mushroom x1
Cooked Serpent Meat x1
Honey x2

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