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FOREST WILDFLOWER HONEY - SAHYADRI THERAPEUTIC / मध

FOREST WILDFLOWER HONEY - SAHYADRI THERAPEUTIC / मध

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Honey is an extremely ancient food. Several cave paintings in Cuevas de la Araña in Spain depict humans foraging for honey at least 8,000 years ago.

Bees were reared in hollowed logs open at one or both ends, broken gourds or earthen pots in many of our villages; but extraction of honey was by primitive method by squeezing the hive.

Honey is a remedy for many common ailments. In Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine, honey has special importance and also recommended along with breakfast because
of its richness in simple sugars. 
Honey contains high quantity of fructose which is insulin independent.

Honey inhibits the growth of micro-organisms like bacteria, fungi and virus.

Application of honey as wound dressing leads to stimulation of healing process and rapidly clears the infection. It also has cleansing action on wounds, stimulates tissue regeneration, reduces inflammation and honey impregnated pads act as
non-adhesive tissue dressing.

Honey plays important role in regulating body metabolism, increase immunity, balance the nutrient components and control diseases.

According to tribal wisdom, having it with Balhirda (Haritaki) makes it an elixir.

OOO Farms Honey is mindfully and ethically collected by traditional Honey collecting Tribes.

 

Health Benefits

Collected at Altitude 3,000-3,500 FT above Sea Level
Collected from the Dense Forests of Haritaki
High in Antioxidants
Useful for Natural Healing of Burns, Wounds & Cuts
Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Inflammatory
Works Great Against Allergens
Effective in Treating Digestive Disorders
Great for Sore Throat
Complex Earthy Taste

Recommended Usage

Commonly Known As

English: HONEY
Hindi: शहद
Marathi: मध
Gujarati: મધ
Tamil: தேன்
Telugu: తేనె
Malayalam: തേന്
Kannada: ಜೇನು
Punjabi: ਸ਼ਹਿਦ
Bengali: মধু

History

Honey is an extremely ancient food. Several cave paintings in Cuevas de la Araña in Spain depict humans foraging for honey at least 8,000 years ago.

Large-scale meliponiculture has been practiced by the Mayans since pre-Columbian times. The Philistines dabbled in beekeeping as did the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Sumerians, and others. The worker honey bee of Apis mellifera was a symbol in ancient Egypt as early as 3100 BC.

The roots of organized beekeeping in India during the pre-Buddha period can be traced to the Hindu holy books. Ramayana described the existence of ‘Madhuban’ in Kishkinda maintained by King Sugriva. This Madhuban was maintained exclusively for rearing bees for honey.

Bees were reared in hollowed logs open at one or both ends, broken gourds or earthen pots in many of our villages; but extraction of honey was by primitive method by squeezing the hive.

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