Sweet, sticky and absolutely delectable, Rural Treasures' Organic Wild Flower Honey (Shahad) comes directly from the untouched wild forests and valleys of the Himalayas. It is 100% natural and raw. Since it is unpasteurized and unprocessed, it is nutrient-rich with pollen, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and rare bio-active compounds that are unique to honey. It is rigorously tested for purity after collection so you never have to compromise with low-grade adulterated honey again. Replace refined sugar with healthy honey today and embrace a robust, happier and active life.
Remedy for cough and cold: Honey has been used to naturally ease cough and cold since time immemorial. Not only does it inhibit bacterial growth, but it also soothes inflamed regions of the throat.
Improves immunity: Our organic raw wild flower honey is abundant in natural antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory compounds. This is due to the rich, varied and pure source from which the bees prepare their honey. Continuous consumption of honey can, thus, help prevent common illnesses and boost your immunity.
Abundant in antioxidants: Multiple studies show that honey is rich in antioxidants such as flavonoids and phenolic compounds. Antioxidants prevent and repair free-radical damage. Such damage can cause chronic diseases ranging from heart disease to inflammatory diseases.
Natural source of energy: Our raw honey is a natural food that provides energy in spades. A little is enough for an energetic start to your day.
Nutrient rich: Raw honey is the best honey in terms of nutritional value because it is not subjected to heating (pasteurization). Therefore, it is rich in vitamins A, B complex and C as well as minerals like iron, calcium and potassium.
Soothes skin: Apart from dietary benefits, the uses of honey extend to skin care as well. Honey helps soothe itchy pimples and skin irritations. Many people traditionally use it as a wash-off mask, especially those with dry and sensitive skin.
HOW TO USE
Use honey as a natural sweetener for your tea, coffee, oatmeal and cereal.
Drizzle it on your pancakes, waffles, cakes and pastries.
Enjoy it with toast or plain bread.
Use it in your marinades and salad dressings.
Substitute honey for sugar in other recipes.
Have honey with ginger if you have a sore throat.
Consume a teaspoon of honey with lemon and water in the morning for weight management. CONSIDERATIONS:
Do not consume honey with hot water.
Do not consume raw honey if you are allergic to pollen.
Do not feed it to babies who are less than a year old.
To reap the benefits of honey, ensure you consume it in moderation.
WHAT IS WILD FLOWER HONEY?
Wild flower honey is made by bees that collect nectar from a variety of wild flowers. Our organic honey comes from the wild forests and valleys of the Himalayas. It is raw and adulterant free, just like nature intended it to be.
this wild flower honey organic in nature
Since our honey is sourced from the natural forests and valleys of the Himalayas, there are no pesticides or chemicals used on the flowers. Therefore, our wild flower honey is completely organic in nature.
WHAT IS THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF WILD FLOWER HONEY?
The nutritional value of honey changes depending on the floral source, geography, season during which the honey is collected etc. However, though the amount of minerals and vitamins may vary, wild flower honey is a rich source of the vitamins C, A, B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin) and B5 (pantothenic acid). It also contains a wealth of minerals such as Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Sodium, Zinc and Copper. As this honey is not pasteurized, it also contains antioxidants, amino acids, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory biologically active compounds.
IS THERE ANY ADDED SUGAR OR FLAVOURS IN THIS HONEY?
This wild flower honey is raw and unprocessed. It has been methodically tested in laboratories and contains no added sugars or flavours.
CAN DIABETICS CONSUME HONEY?
Whether a diabetic can consume honey depends on the severity of their diabetes and their blood-sugar level. Honey is safer to consume than sugar and should be enjoyed in moderation. However, it is advisable to consult your doctor or physician before consuming honey.
WHAT IS THE SHELF LIFE OF THE HONEY?
Honey doesn't really have a limited shelf life. If honey crystalizes, it is a sign of its purity and not an indication of spoilage. But it is best to consume honey within 24 months of the packaging date.
HOW DO YOU STORE IT?
Store it in a cold, dry place that is away from direct sunlight.