Wild Honey

Wild Honey

₹375.00 ₹370.00 500 g

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Product Code: Wild

With its distinct floral aroma, complex and rich taste,  Wild Honey is as wildly good as it gets. Natural, unprocessed and delicious,  Wild Honey is sourced by the honey hunter tribes in the Western Ghats through sustainable honey harvesting practices that ensure that the bees are not harmed while honey extraction.

Dark in colour and unprocessed, wild honey is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Sourced from the wilderness and far away from the hustle and bustle of major conurbations, Wild Honey is free from adulteration and pollution.

Wild honey collected from the Western Ghats is said to possess miraculous medicinal properties and is considered a key element in the 5000-year-old healing-science of Ayurveda.


  • Dark Wild Honey is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals like Niacin, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Manganese, Calcium, Iron, Copper, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorous etc.
  • Regular consumption of Wild Honey could strengthen the human immune system and increase RBC count.
  • When consumed along with a healthy diet, wild honey could increase antioxidant agents, serum iron and blood indices, and trace elements. It also is said to decrease immunoglobulin E (helping the body from overreacting to allergens) and fasting blood sugar in healthy users.
  • Wild Honey is a grand source of antibacterial properties.
  • Wild Honey can be used as a cure for weight loss and open wounds.
  • Since Wild Honey is prebiotic, it helps improve the digestive system, overall health and boost immunity.
  • Researches are being conducted on how polyphenols (antioxidant compounds) in honey could play a major role in preventing heart disease.

  1. A spoonful of wild honey with grated ginger can help ease sore throat and coughs.
  2. Applying a mix of wild honey to your open wounds can help promote healing. Honey’s unique antibacterial properties and a unique pH balance are what helps heal wounds.
  3. Replace processed sugar with honey and you’re already halfway healthy!
  4. Daily consumption of honey aids immunity.
  5. Honey is a source of instant energy. Many leading athletes use honey as an instant boost of energy. Consuming a tablespoon of honey before workouts can instantly boost energy.
  6. Hair Care (Honey & Egg Hair Mask): Create a healthy & natural hair mask by whisking 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of honey and 2 tablespoons of virgin coconut oil. Apply it to your hair. Leave it on for half an hour. Shampoo with cold water. Voila! You now have healthier hair!
  7. Sweetener: Sweet and sticky honey is a great substitute for processed sugar. You may add it to your morning tea or use it to sweeten your dishes as it has no negative impact as sugar.
  8. Acid Reflux: Consuming honey 1-2 tablespoons a day is said to reduce acid reflux. Having a teaspoon of honey 10 minutes before you eat food can also reduce the chances of acid reflux.
  9. Dark Lips: Applying honey directly onto the lips before bed and leaving it overnight to work its magic could cure dark lips.
  10. Hangover Cure: Having a few teaspoons of honey before you go to sleep after heavy drinking can help the alcohol metabolism processes and prevent sudden changes in blood sugar levels.
  11. Sore Throat: Warm milk+honey can help soothe your throat and provide immense relief from your irritating sore throat and cough.
  12. Skin Care: Rubbing or moisturising your elbows with a few drops of honey after your bath and washing it off after an hour could gift you softer and smoother skin.
  13. Wound Care: Applying honey to wounds and injuries can keep the skin from clinging to dressings and speed up the healing process with its antibacterial properties.

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