Some people have spent years trying to figure out what honey was a symbol of
They may have finally concluded it is a symbol for pleasure
The bible says if you eat too much honey you will vomit which is true about neatly anything
Some think the meaning is that if you experience too much pleasure - you will suffer hardship and difficulty that far exceeds the pleasure you received which makes no sense. The only way it would make sense would be in reference to the pursuit of pleasure while neglecting one's work such as mentioned in various proverbs like
5 He who gathers crops in summer is a prudent son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son.
4 Sluggards do not plow in season; so at harvest time they look but find nothing.
4 Lazy hands make for poverty, but diligent hands bring wealth.
Yes It talks about God bringing you into a land of milk and honey and yes meaning you will live a life where you are able to experience both pleasure and nourishment
And yes it also says "the lips of an adulteress drip honey meaning the adulteress flatters you and yet in the end she is as bitter as gall", yes this means the pain she causes you will be sharper than a double edged sword either through hell or through you getting a disease or through you being cheated on or abandoned in old age but this is just reference to avoiding promiscuous women who cheat on their husband or to avoid marrying one because as mentioned in modern terms no matter how good the sex is, no matter how hot she is, no matter how much you love her all she will give you is hurt, humiliation, betrayal and will leave you for someone else at the first opportunity for someone better or in hard times. This is as true now as it was then, its really more like advice and a warning than anything to do with honey, which is why I always recommend If you are afraid of getting a rotten apple from the grocer then pick one fresh off the tree, by marrying a younger virginial Christian. It only references the sweetness of being in love much like how we mention sugar these days, sugar not being known until the age of exploration.
Here is what honey in the bible is about.
When God spoke to Moses at the burning bush, He informed him that He would redeem the Israelites and bring them to a "good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey..." Honey here (and elsewhere in the Scriptures) is generally understood to be a reference to fruit nectar, specifically date honey—not bees' honey.
Nachmanides writes that the key word in the verse is "flowing." Fruit trees grow in many different terrains, but their produce overflow with nectar only when the land is especially fertile, when the trees are particularly well-nourished.
Similarly, livestock survives in many habitats, but only overflow with milk when they are in particularly fertile pastures.
Thus, a "land flowing with milk and honey" is indicative and symptomatic of a greater good the fertility of the Promised Land.
The Midrash explains that milk symbolizes superior quality, richness of taste, and nourishment. Honey represents sweetness. The goodness of Israel is both nourishing and pleasant.
Some point out that honey and milk share a paradoxical quality. Honey is kosher, though it is produced by a non-kosher insect. Milk is kosher, though it comes from a cow whose meat may not be eaten together with milk.
The goodness of Israel will often times come from places where it is least expected.