Buy Natural Forest Honey – Ek-Tek Vedaz Natural Forest Honey comes from the isolated forests of the Himalayas with the authenticity of wild and organic nectar collected from the floras of the mountain.
It’s generally collected from the natural hives of the bees (Apis Dorsata) on the tall trees of forests. It is pure, luscious texture honey which is a great substitute as a natural sweetener.
The uniqueness of Ek-Tek Vedaz Natural Forest Honey is that nectar has been prepared from bees hiving from the lower belt of mountains which are exposed to various herbs, flowers, and plants, a multi-floral forest which is identified as having the most healing herbs and flowers found in that region as per Ayurveda expertise.
Ek-Tek Vedaz Natural Forest Honey is extracted from non-bee farming in which honey bees are freed to make their own spaces for sealing the extracts of floral for making honey. The skilful locals carefully work to extract the nectar from the forest beehives. The extraction process is handled with love and care so that honeybees have no harm or adverse effect during the process.
Benefits of Ek-Tek Vedaz Natural Forest Honey
- Improves Metabolism
- Improves Digestive Health
- Purify blood to make skin health
- Rich in anti-oxidants
- Boost your immunity
- Naturally rich in enzymes and minerals
- Anti-Bacteria, Anti-fungal & antiviral properties.
- Good source of energy
- Used as a calming and sedative agent.
- Helps relieve a cough, cold and sore throat pain.
It’s a multi-floral non-bee farming Ek-Tek Vedaz Natural Forest Honey that takes a completely different taste than Himalayan Mountain Honey. More inclined towards the combination of sweetness with a little tanginess.
Buy Natural Forest Honey – It is prepared as traditionally valued anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial nectar that has been used since ancient times to treat wounds, burns, and bacterial infections. Being an ultimate first aid antidote for ages is an excellent source of instant energy. Anti-oxidants compounds such as glucose oxidase, catalase ascorbic acid, and flavonoids.
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