Discover the Goodness and Benefits of Raw and Unprocessed Forest Honey

Discover the Goodness and Benefits of Raw and Unprocessed Forest Honey

Just because honey is sweet and healthy, doesn't mean that all variations are created equal, and some variations are what is known as a delicacy.

This article is about honey, its price, and the reasons for buying and making it. It is presented in detail how honey is made, its types, including the Forest honey, which is the most expensive kind of honey. There are also tips on how to make your honey, or how to buy it. The article allows to learn about the types of honey, their composition and their taste. It contains an interesting part about

Why Forest Honey is Expensive?

During harsh weather conditions, bees produce less honey. Some beekeepers rely on sugar-feeding the bees to get more production. However, we do not feed sugar to the bees. So, bees consume their own honey to survive which leaves us with a very small quantity of extremely good quality and pure honey.

How the Forest Honey is harvested?

Our beekeepers put the boxes in jungles where there is an abundance of flowers, this depends on the type of honey and the season that these flowers blossom. They move to these remote places to source the best quality honey. Getting such good quality honey is extremely tiresome, difficult and time-consuming, which affects our pricing. Our packaging also comes in glass jars instead of plastic jars. Plastic jars are cheaper and easier to handle but not good for honey since it can lose its properties when stored in plastic.

Wild Forest Honey Benefits

  • Wild or Natural Forest Honey is a great replacement for Sugar as a natural sweetener in tea, coffee and breakfast cereals etc.
  • Wild or Natural honey can offerĀ antidepressant, anticonvulsant and anti-anxiety benefits.
  • Wild or Natural Forest Honey has many benefits that include weight management, better digestion, more energy, smooth and glowing skin, and alleviating cold and cough symptoms.
  • Wild or Natural Forest Honey can help to boost your body's natural immunity, which is important for maintaining optimum health. Honey can also help to soothe coughs and throat infections

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About Love of India's Forest Honey...

Our Natural Forest Honey is a mix of the nectar from the Eucalyptus blossoms and the honeydew that is foraged from the eucalyptus trees bark. The exact ratio of blossom to honeydew always varies and we cannot really confirm that as it is naturally foraged by the honey bees.

Health Benefits of Forest Honey

It is a very healthy alternative for processed sugar and other sweeteners. It can be well adapted to any recipe. Raw honey has shown to be an effective anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial agent. People commonly use honey orally to help soothe a sore throat or cough and topically to treat burns, speed up wound healing, and more.

What does Forest honey taste like?

It can range from tart to sweet and is best consumed raw, unfiltered, and unheated. That is why we at Love of India bring to you raw, unfiltered, and unheated honey which is all natural.

The taste, color, smell and consistency can differ widely and depends on the type of flower from which the nectar is collected and how the honey is made.

How is Love of India's Forest Honey made?

Our Natural Forest Honey is a mix of the nectar from the Eucalyptus blossoms and the honeydew that is foraged from the eucalyptus trees bark. The exact ratio of blossom to honeydew always varies and we cannot really confirm that as it is naturally foraged by the honey bees.Ā 

Our beekeepers put the boxes in jungles where there is an abundance of flowers. They move to these remote places to source the best quality honey.

Where is Forest Honey found?

Natural Forest Honey is found deep in the forests, our Eucalyptus forest honey is mono-floral, and is sourced from Northern India, from Eucalyptus forests.

Where to buy organic Forest Honey from? Is forest honey raw and unpasteurized?

Love of India's Forest Honey is all natural without any adulteration it is naturally organic since our honey comes from natural forests, it is raw, unfiltered, unpasteurised and unheated.

Click Here to buy the 100% Natural Forest Honey (Raw, Unfiltered and Unprocessed)

Which Tree Honey is best?

Any Natural Honey that is unadulterated, raw, unfiltered and unheated is good. It is about preference in taste that helps people choose one over the other.

When Honey Expires?

Honey can last indefinitely when stored correctly, making it the only food that doesn't spoil. However, it can crystallize over time and become thick and cloudy. If your honey has visible mold, or if it smells fermented or "off," then it's time to toss it.

Always store honey in glass jars with tight lids to prevent it from exposure to air, when not in use... It is not recommended to store your honey in plastic containers or metal containers because they can cause honey to oxidize.Ā 

Look no further, yes forest honey is available in India and near you. All you need to do isĀ Click Here to buy your 100% Natural Forest Honey (Raw, Unfiltered and Unprocessed)

Forest Honey vs Flower honey vs Normal or Regular Honey?

With the many types of honey available in the market, it can be confusing to understand what each type entails. To help clear the air, we've provided an overview of the most common types of honey so you know exactly what you're getting when you purchase a jar of honey. Of course, all honey starts as raw honey, but the product that ends up on shelf depends on what it goes through after the harvest.

The four main types of honey are raw, natural, forest honey and regular or normal honey.

Raw honey is honey that has been minimally processed and has not been heated/pasteurized or filtered.

Natural honey is honey that has undergone minimal processing, and is mostly multi-floral and has retained its nutrients, being very healthy.

Forest honey is made from the honey dew of trees and the nectar of flowers that grow in forests which is also raw honey.

Normal or Regular honey is often pasteurized, filtered and most commercial honey may contain additives, sugars, and artificial sweeteners such as high-fructose corn syrup or brown rice syrup to enhance its shelf life and texture.

Pasteurization destroys the yeast found in honey and also takes away natural antioxidants present in it. Ultra-filtration refines it further to make it transparent and smooth, removing other beneficial nutrients like pollen, enzymes, and antioxidants.

The taste, color, smell and consistency can differ widely and depends on the type of flower from which the nectar is collected and how the honey is processed. The different nectar sources of honey results in three different categories:

  • Mono-floral honey
  • Multi-floral honey
  • Honeydew honey

Black forest honey vs Manuka

Black forest honey is purely honeydew honey, produced by the foraged honeydew, that is a sweet substance from the processing of tree sap by aphids, rather than nectar. It is darker in color and can be less sweeter than floral honey.

Manuka honey is an incredibly popular mono-floral honey, made using the nectar of the manuka tree. These trees are native to New Zealand and Australia, but today you can find manuka honey being produced all over the world.

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