Honey a Divine Nectar

Welcome to the wild for a natural freshness and for the sweetness of honey. It is indeed a Divine Nectar as it has enormous medicinal values. Natural (raw) honey is directly extracted from the honeycombs obtained from the forests, across Western Ghats of Malabar.

Honey has gained its popularity since the medieval times as it was treated as a traditional medicine. The first taste of sweetness in the tongue of the newborn baby is nothing but honey. It is highly nutritious with a relishing sweetness and strengthens immune systems. Natural honey is used as an ingredient in cooking, as a substitute for sugar and as a snack for those with a sweet tooth.

Original raw honey from the wild has no expiry date. Raw honey with minimal processing can be called the store house of nutrients and it can stored and preserved for years. Healthful substances such as antioxidants and antibacterial elements present in the natural golden honey decreases when processed. The anti-bacterial properties act as a good healing agent and treats wounds from abrasions, surgery, bed sores, infections, and ulcer.

To top it all, the health benefits of natural honey is enormous. It is anti-viral and anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. We little realize it, while licking a spoonful of honey that we are in fact consuming minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants as well. Honey is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, B3, B5 and B6, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc which are important for the human body. A spoonful of honey is helpful in treating indigestion and protects from heart diseases and cancer. It is an age-old remedy for curing cough, sore throat, respiratory infection and treating the allergies.

In addition to this, natural honey is good for skin as a natural beatifying agent. It treats sun burns and burns from fire with soothing effect leaving no marks. Honey is antiseptic and prevents the growth of harmful micro-organisms. Wild honey is extremely good for the skin to treat acne and prevent pre-mature aging.

So, it would not be wrong to call Raw Honey as Divine Nectar.