Someone is going to look very silly dragging an 80 year old woman into court. When I owned rest homes, I had aloe vera growing everywhere. We used it straight from the washed 'leaf'. The plant must be two years old to be therapeutically valuable. Then valuable it certainly is.
We used honey fairly extensively to. Principally Manuka 15+. As a healing medium it has no parallel. A spoonfull TDS in hot water is even effective for night incontinence in a good number of people. I do not know why, I think it is natural antibiotics. Very safe. I do know both my kids and my olds responded more quickly to this benign treatment than any antibiotic. I think one of the reasons is the olds become so tender in skin and in general. The genitalia is wasted and flattened, leaving (women) particularly suseptable to low grade infections, not necessarily picked up on laboratory results.
When cranberry juice became available here, all my patients had a glass with each meal, and a gently warmed night cap. It made a difference too, not just in the (suspected) urinary infections, bit in general. As would naturally follow.
As for farmers markets, I cannot think of a safer place to buy produce. We have one here in this (semi) rural area, on saturday mornings. And we buy bread from a chap with full moko, hands arms the lot. Maori bread of course. His mum is baking it at home, as he sells, and another couzie bro delivers to the market from the oven. Nice fellow. My word those loaves are heavy. And other products. There is fish there, but no meat. It mostly tops us for the week.