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Raw and Unprocessed Pure Himalayan Honey 250 GMS

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Ingredients

Raw & Unprocessed Honey

Storage

To be stored at Room Temperature

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Serving Size  100 GMS
Amount Per Serving
Calories 320
Calories from Fat 0
% Daily Value
Total Fat 0 0
Saturated Fat 0 0
Cholesterol 0 0
Sodium 17 MG
Total Carbohydrate 80
Dietary Fiber 0 0
Sugars 0  
Protein 0  
Vitamin A 0
Vitamin C 0
Calcium 0
Iron 0

Pure Himalayan honey has the enormous health benefits and it is also said that all the ancient ayurvedic preparations were made with honey as a base ingredient.


Raw and Unprocessed honey, when consumed regularly, will make our immune system stronger and our body defense mechanism shall be stronger due to its anti-oxidant properties.


Pure Honey with its anti-oxidant properties also helps in lowering Blood Pressure and also helps in reducing cholesterol levels.


Pure Honey also helps in curing cough and cold by making a decoction by mixing a spoon of honey, crushed ginger juice and grounded black pepper.


Pure Honey also helps in weight loss when mixed with green tea or lemon juice.


Pure Honey also helps in massaging gums of teething babies and cures irritation caused during the teething process.



Pure Himalayan honey is sweet nectar collected by honey bees from various kinds of flowers in the valley and Himalayan ranges


Pure Himalayan Honey is extracted from man-made bee-hive colonies in wild areas of the Himalayas rich in wildflowers, seeds, and fruits. There are several kinds of honey flavors which generally are developed by honey bees naturally while collecting nectar from the different variety of flowers e.g bees collect nectar from sunflower, almond flowers, walnut flowers, saffron flowers, marigold, acacia etc.


It is also believed that during nectar formation there is a lot of water in honey which required evaporation before honey is finally made available for consumption. Hence the bees in colonies actually still fly in groups near the hive so that the wind generated by their wings help in evaporating extra moisture from Honey.

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