NOMADIC BEE PREMIUM SINGLE FLOWER HONEY

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In the back of beyond countryside of East India, live a community of landless bee-farmers. They are famed around the world for their unique traditional nomadic practice. They roam for many thousands of kilometers through the year, from Chhattisgarh, to Jharkhand to Bihar and even to Rajasthan in West India. Their quest - the juiciest seasonal flowers for their pet bees.


One season it is the Niger flower in Chhattisgarh, then Drumstick or Litchi in Bihar, then Karanj and Jamun in Jharkhand, or Mustard in Rajasthan.


Each of these honeys not only have their own distinct taste, but physical properties too. The Drumstick Honey for instance is sweeter than normal honey and darkens with age. It starts off as cream coloured, becomes golden and then almost pitch black. Niger and Mustard honeys congeal and solidify in winters. Mustard honey has a bitter twang to it. If you love bitter chocolate, you will love Mustard honey. The Jamun honey will of course have a hint of Jamun flavour.


These honeys made painstakingly by the “Nomadic Bees” are much sought after in USA, Europe and Gulf countries.


Meri Gaiya brings you the same honey here in India. Raw, Unblended and 100% Pure. The way nature intended it to be. We call it the Nomadic Bee!


Each bottle of 300 grams comes loaded with all the health benefits of Pure and Raw Honey. It is a natural energy source and is anti-oxidant, making it ideal addition to the diet for weight loss. It promotes sleep and heals wounds and ulcers. It is a natural cough syrup as it soothes inflamed throat condition and also reduce the risk of developing diabetes.Raw honey increases insulin and decreases hyperglycemia.


Taste it. Experience the health benefits. And realise why it is called the Food of Gods!


(This is part of Meri Gaiya’s initiative to support the farming community. We donate an amount from every litre we sell to the NGO - Nav Jagran Gramin Vikash Evam Khadi Gramodyog Sansthan. It is working tirelessly to uplift farmers in Bihar and Jharkhand.)


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