Now I feel good but have hives. could this be from the berry well and is just delayed?
Maybe, maybe not. My son has had allergies, and sometimes hives would pop up long after he had been taking a medicine - we couldn't always tell what the hives were from. You can take/eat something for years, and then develop an allergy; the only way I know to really find out what the problem is, is to wait until you are well and hive-free, and then take a small dose of Berry Well. If that is the culprit, the hives will come right back without taking a huge amount, too. When we did this with my son, it turned out he was not allergic to any meds, and we just chalked it up to some allergy to some pollen in the summer.
I wonder if that doesn't show up anything for the Berry Well, you might want to check the Bee Immune the same way. Anyways, that is how I would handle it. Other people may have other ideas.
Of course, when you're dealing with bee products, you could be allergic to something they used to make the honey. You might not always be allergic to the honey if they don't use the pollen to which you're sensitive. My husband has a highly allergic friend at work who has to avoid fresh milk a certain time of the year; the cows eat a pollen he is allergic to, and so the milk gives him fits then. Any other time of the year he is fine with milk! That's my 2 cents for the day! I wouldn't give up the Berry Well without a fight!