Himalayan Raw Honey | Unprocessed Natural Honey

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Experience Raw Honey from Mighty Himalayas – one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. Made from the nectar of nutritious flowers, this Natural Honey brings you floral hints. Enjoy the goodness of Natural Honey with no additives, no artificial colour, no added flavours or sugar from the foothills of the Great Himalayas.

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Himalayan Raw Honey

We collect our Sub-Himalayan Raw honey from the state of Uttrakhand. In this Godly State, there are several pristine and quiet spots that give us some first-class quality Raw Honey.  For example, is the surrounding forest of Jim Corbet National Park forest areas. We collect Raw Honey every season in limited quantities from Sub-Himalayan Region. The location gives us a sheer advantage.

The unique flavour and texture of our Raw honey are its natural components, such as vitamins, minerals, enzymes, bioactive compounds, and antioxidants. The flower source is an important factor in defining the character, taste and flavour of Raw Honey. So it is not only the Honey as a product but also from where the Honey originally belong is equally important to us. 

Himalayan Raw Honey Sourcing

We source our Raw Honey from trustworthy networks. Our honey is limited in quantity. It is collected in seasons after bees are producing it from flower blossoms. Our product may look cloudier than processed Honey. We sell our Raw Honey in our own retail pack.

Three things we would like to mention for our buyers-

The first one is depending on Season and Source, the texture and colour of our product may vary. Secondly, Raw Honey is in purely natural form, the product may contain particles of pollen, minor honeycomb pieces or propolis. It may also appear a little cloudier compared to processed honey. Third, our Honey is single-origin Raw Honey. That means it is unblinded, not mixed with other regions honey. For example-This Honey from the Sub-Himalayan range.

Raw Honey vs Regular Honey

Let us briefly explain what makes Raw Honey different from other Honey.

One defining parameter of Raw honey is its natural form. It is the honey that exists in the beehive. This honey is obtained by natural means without the application of forced extraction or filtration. This is normally done by settling or straining without adding heat.

To separate air bubbles, wax, and other debris from honey while still preserving pollen content, settling is a proven method. If the strainer is applied to remove debris, the strainer size should not be smaller than 600 microns.

Another critical parameter is temperature. To preserve naturally occurring enzymes and flavours, Raw Honey must not be subject to temperatures above 40 °C during collecting filtering, Storage and packaging.

Unlike Raw Honey, Regular Honey is a pasteurized product. In pasteurization, heat is applied and honey is passed through the High Filtretraion process. That is the reason the honey is called Processed Honey. While the pasteurization process brings homogeneity but it also eliminates bioactive components. The pasteurization may also reduce the number of antioxidants and natural nutrients & flavour present in Honey.

Composition of Raw Honey-What We often Miss!

Honey comprises sugar, water and other ingredients that make up about 6%. Sugar, also known as Carbohydrates, gives honey’s main characteristics (sweetness), water provides the flow (the liquid nature), and other components determine the differences between various types of honey- the colour, the aroma, and the taste.

Let us talk in brief about the other ingredients as they are less spoken. These include minerals, proteins, acids, enzymes, minerals and antioxidants.

Proteins in honey come from nectar and pollen. It can be very complex in structure or simple compounds, i.e. amino acids. Honey contains eighteen free amino acids, of which the most abundant is proline.

Vitamins are present in honey in very modest quantities. Essential oils give the characteristic aroma of honey. These substances are volatile and quickly evaporates while heating. The main group of antioxidants in honey are the flavonoids of which one, pinocembrin, is unique to honey and bee propolis. Apart from all these, Raw Honey also contains several enzymes. 

What is a Necter?

Flowers of flowering plants produce Nectar. Nectar is thin, sweet liquid and this is why butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, and other animals slurp it up. It is a good source of energy for them. Bees collect nectar to transform into honey.

Why Do Plants Produce Nectar, and What Does Nectar Do?

Nectar is a food source, but what nectar-rich plants are up to is tempting animals and insects to aid in pollination. For plants to reproduce, they need to get pollen from one flower to another. The nectar attracts a pollinator, like a bee. While collecting it, bees carry pollen to other flowers. The pollinator is out for a meal but also helping the plant to survive.

What do Bees do with Necter?

For bees, nectar is energy and the pollen provides protein and other nutrients. Although Nectar is sweet, it is chemically different. Honey bees use enzymes to convert the complex sugar in nectar into more simple sugars. Do you know that honey is more easily digested than regular table sugar?

Fun Facts about The Bees 

Let us learn some Fun Facts about the Bees

A worker honey bee lives for about 4 weeks in the spring or summer but up to 6 months during the winter. The average honey bee will actually make only one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.

A honey bee can fly up to 15 miles per hour. The Honey bee’s wings stroke 11,400 times per minute, thus making their distinctive buzz. During forage, a Honey Bee visits 50 to 100 flowers during a collection trip.

Mead -the most ancient fermented beverage is nothing but fermented honey. The term “honeymoon” originated from a ritual in pre-Christian times of consuming large quantities of Mead during the first month of marriage.

Raw Honey & wellness

Mankind is using Raw honey for ages and the health benefits of Raw Honey are countless. A few simple uses of Raw Honey in our home remedies. For everyday life, we are sharing the use of Raw honey in our home remedies

  • Citrus and honey are good for sore throat
  • Tea without milk and honey is for cough
  • Lemon and honey in lukewarm water are good for colds
  • Ginger water and honey is good for the stomach
  • Clove and honey can relieve a toothache.

Parting Thought

To summarize, humanity has been using this wonderful gift of nature from prehistoric ages. The benefits of Raw Honey is far-reaching. Honey is a recipe made by bees, flowers and mother nature herself. Apart from being a superfood, it does play a significant role in our social, cultural, and spiritual dimensions. 

Compared to other foods, allergy to Raw Honey seems uncommon. Since our product is of natural origin and unsterilized, we will not recommend it for infants. 

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