Eucalyptus HoneyAll you need to feel better!
Our monofloral eucalyptus honey has a distinctive flavour, aroma, and colour. Sourced from beekeepers, it is fresh, natural, unpasteurised, and blessed with many medicinal properties. Enjoy the flavourful honey that soothes your throat and calms your soul.
100+ Beekeepers Empowered
Procured from Dehradun
12 Lab Tests Done
- Journey of our Honey
- Why it's Awesome
The entire processing of our honey is done by certified beekeepers in the eucalyptus forest located in the Kotdwar region, near Dehradun.
Our experienced beekeepers select good flowering areas and accordingly place the bee boxes.
The bees collect the nectar from the eucalyptus tree or the honeydew found on their bark. November and the end of February is the best time to harvest honey.
Once bees fill the boxes, we start extracting the honey. We set up a net tent so that the bees won't fight or run away.
The collected honey is tested in our ME unit. The honey is indirectly heated in boiled water and sieve filtered.
The honey is kept for 48 hours so that the air bubbles get settled. It is then packed and delivered to you.
A natural superfood rich in nutritional enzymes and minerals that helps to boost immunity and to stay fit.
A good source of antioxidants, it prevents premature ageing, protects cells from free radical damage, and reduces the risk of developing heart diseases.
It is known for its mild laxative benefits. The enzymes that honey contains assist digestion and help to cure constipation.
Eucalyptol in honey is also a powerful decongestant that helps treat coughs, colds, and respiratory infections.
Aids in digestion
It helps in better nutrient absorption from the food. Being prebiotic, it feeds the healthy bacteria in the intestines, essential for digestion and health.
Helps heal wounds
It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. Research shows that honey is applied to wounds to decrease inflammation and give a soothing effect.
We love to add it to everything!
Mix honey into milk, yoghurt, cereal, oatmeal or while baking muffins, pancakes, etc., as a natural sweetener.
Flavour your fruits
Add some honey to your fruits, berries, and nuts to give a finger-licking flavour.
For a quick and nutritious snack, mix dry fruits, raw toasted oats, warm milk and three tablespoons of honey in a bowl.