Product Description:This honey is sourced from the Sundarbans forest, world's largest coastal mangrove forest, which is characterized by its unique environmental conditions, floral variety and geographic origin. Sundarbans is a protected forest area and thus any contamination of flora or fauna can cause an irreversible chain reaction affecting the biological diversity of this region. Therefore, pesticides, anti-biotics or any other harmful substances cannot be administered to the flowers or bees in the forest area or nearby.
Honey is sourced by local dwellers called Mawali’s with restricted access and under the administration of the Forest Department. Honey collected from these forests have been scientifically proven to have higher anti–oxidant capacity and medicinal values compared to those collected in many parts of India and even the world. They even have very low moisture content indicating a high quality of honey.
This multi flora blend of honey is made from bees feeding on multiple flowers like Karanj, Khalisa and Mustard. Karanj is used in many natural remedies in Ayurvedic medicine especially for curing skin diseases.
Consume this natural, unprocessed, anti-oxidant rich, pesticide and adulteration free honey daily and enjoy multiple health benefits.
Karanj & Khalisia Flowers:Honey from Khalisa flowers is commonly referred to as Padma modhu (Lotus honey) by the local dwellers and also have a darker colour indicating a higher anti-oxidant capacity.
Karanj & Mustard Flowers: The taste of this honey is unique because of the strong flavours of Karanj and Mustard flowers.
Usage: Consume daily in the morning with lemon and water or garlic or as a sugar substitute in milkshakes, smoothies, sweets, with oats, in your breakfast cereal, on toast or with Chapati and Dosa!
Colour: Amber colour with medium to dark intensity.
Shelf life: 18 months
Storage and Handling Instructions: Do not refrigerate. Honey is primarily made of natural reducing sugars fructose and glucose and the glucose can crystalize at below room temperatures. This is a natural process and does not affect the quality of honey. This actually gives a good indication of the purity of our honey. If crystallization occurs, place in warm water for a few minutes to melt the crystals or consume as-is.