Greet Winters with Blissful flavours of Natural Honey from Sixth Element

Now with the winters setting in, its time that we replenish our stock of honey. And gone are the days when honey meant a single jar procured from the supermarket. You should seriously invest time in understanding the benefits of procuring pure honey, the varieties of honey and how they can be used.

For example, our White Honey comes from the Himalayas. In this region, there are many microclimate specific plants like Chiuri, this honey is collected from pesticide-free remote areas of Himalayan foothills, where wild bees feed and forage on these medicinal herbs. This honey is purely organic and possesses high medicinal values. Himalayan honey is thought to be more effective traditional honey health remedies.

Take our Raw Wild Honey for example – this honey contains natural enzymes that help in digestion, cell generation, tissue repairing, restriction of bacterial activities, and maintaining bone and muscle actions. No preservatives have been added; therefore, you can avail 100% pure honey.

Honey is honey and is the one medicine for complete health. Black plum is very famous fruit in India where it is well known as Jamun. Jamun Honey is sourced from bees that feed and forage primarily on Jamun blossoms. It is collected from Bihar region and harvested in August when the flowers blossom. Jamun honey has the essence of Jamun flora in it naturally.

We told you that we know our honey well so that you don’t have to worry.

Besides Gulkand Honey and the regular multiflora honey, we have recently introduced two new flavors – Neem Honey and Eucalyptus Honey.

In India, eucalyptus honey is collected from the deep forest mountains of Nilgiris in Tamilnadu. Traditionally, Eucalyptus Natural honey has been used to protect against colds and headaches. With a hint of mint flavor, it can be quite effective in alleviating mild cough, chest congestion, and other cold symptoms. Usage: It goes well with Morning Tea, baked goods, sauces, and dressings.


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