NATURAL FOREST HONEY I Boost Immunity I 325 G I Golden Elixir

Rs. 550.00

This is raw, unheated multi-flora honey derived from a variety of wildflowers including mustard, mahua, niger, and karanja and sourced from clean, untouched forests of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh in the upper Himalayan ranges crafted by bees of the Apis Cerana Indica species

Indulge in the rare and exotic taste of our Pure Organic Wild Forest Honey, hand-harvested from the pristine forests of the Himalayas. This exquisite dark amber honey is a precious gift from nature, brimming with the nectar of diverse wildflowers. Ethically sourced and sustainably harvested supports local communities and traditional beekeeping practices, it is highly sought after across India for its exceptional flavor and health benefits.


Key Benefits:

  • Revered in Ayurveda: In Ayurveda, honey, known as "Madhu," is highly revered for its numerous healing properties and therapeutic benefits.
  • Balancing Doshas: Honey is believed to possess the ability to balance the three doshas—Vata, Pitta, and Kapha—when consumed in moderation. It is considered especially beneficial for pacifying Pitta dosha due to its cooling and soothing nature.
  • High nutritional value: It is full of various beneficial nutrients like sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, proteins, iron, etc., that are good for your health.
  • Heals cuts and wounds: It is an effective healing medication because of its outstanding antibacterial qualities.
  • Protects against infections: Loaded with essential nutrients, it helps improve the immune system, fights infections and keeps illness at bay.
  • Good for healthy skin: Honey helps in the prevention of acne. It also helps with locking in moisture to give you glowing and plump-looking skin.
  • Remedy for cough: It has anti-inflammatory effects. It is an effective remedy to relieve a cough, cold or sore throat pain.
  • Excellent sugar replacement: The glycemic index (GI) of this honey is well below sugar, ranging from 54 to 59, while the GI of other sugar forms is as high as 65.


Popular Culinary Uses:

  • Sweetener: Honey can be used as a natural sweetener in a variety of recipes, including baked goods such as cakes, cookies, muffins, and bread. It can also be drizzled over yogurt, oatmeal, or fruit for a nutritious and delicious breakfast or snack.
  • Marinades and Glazes: Honey makes an excellent base for marinades and glazes, adding flavor and helping to tenderize meat, poultry, or seafood. Combine honey with soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and other seasonings for a flavorful marinade, or brush honey glaze over roasted vegetables for a caramelized finish.
  • Salad Dressings: Create homemade salad dressings with honey for a touch of sweetness and complexity. Combine honey with olive oil, vinegar, mustard, and herbs to make a flavorful dressing for green salads, grain salads, or slaws.
  • Sauces and Condiments: Use honey to enhance the flavor of sauces and condiments. Add honey to barbecue sauce, teriyaki sauce, or stir-fry sauce for a hint of sweetness and a glossy finish. Honey can also be mixed with mustard, mayonnaise, or Greek yogurt to create tangy dipping sauces or sandwich spreads.
  • Beverages: Incorporate honey into hot or cold beverages for a natural sweetener and flavor enhancer. Stir honey into tea, coffee, or hot cocoa for a comforting drink, or mix honey with lemon juice and water for a refreshing homemade lemonade. Honey can also be used to sweeten smoothies, cocktails, and mocktails.
  • Baking: Replace granulated sugar with honey in baking recipes to add moisture and depth of flavor. Honey works well in cookies, brownies, quick breads, and other baked goods. Keep in mind that honey is sweeter and more liquid than sugar, so you may need to adjust the proportions of other ingredients accordingly.
  • Cheese Pairings: Serve honey with cheese for a delightful combination of sweet and savory flavors. Drizzle honey over a cheese board featuring a variety of cheeses, nuts, and fruits, or pair honey with creamy cheeses such as brie, goat cheese, or blue cheese for a sophisticated appetizer or dessert.
  • Grain Dishes: Use honey to sweeten grain-based dishes such as oatmeal, granola, or rice pudding. Drizzle honey over warm porridge or yogurt bowls for a comforting and nutritious breakfast, or incorporate honey into homemade granola bars or energy bites for a wholesome snack.