Origin of Deep Forest Honey
Deep Forest Honey - The Liquid Gold of Indian Forest
Deep Forest Honey Origin
This raw & unprocessed honey is harvested from the virgin and unexplored forest of Kaharwa, Motipur and Jazhund region (Bahraich Nepal Border) of Uttar Pardesh and it is produce of wild honey bees Apis Darsota and Apis Laborosia. These honey bees built their hives high in the trees and most of the hives are consist of 70,000 - 80,000 honey bees. The Honey collector after entering the forest and locating a honeybee colony, make torches from green betel leaves along with some other materials for smoking to drive the bees from the comb. Smoking removes most of the honeybees and Honey collector collects the wax and honey from hive without breaking the entire hive, since it needs to regrow. The Deep Forest Honey is not processed or pasteurized in any way. It is cold extracted straight from the hive. Most importantly it is free from any type of chemical / antibiotics and has not been infused with any additional flavorings or sweeteners.
Commercially available honey is usually heavily processed, pasteurized and heated to make it more appealing for the customer. Commercially bought honey may also be blended with other low quality honey. These processes destroy all the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and enzymes that the honey contains. Pasteurization also reduces honey’s nutritional value, benefits and quality.
Not only it satisfies the taste bud but honey is quite calming to skin also. Raw honey helps balance the moisture of your skin, which makes it a great product to use for acne. It has a rich dark brown color, medium viscosity, and very delightful taste which helps in digestion.
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Depending on the flora and fauna of the forest and type of honey bees which produces honey, there are multiple varieties of forest honey available which also depends on composition, source, color, processing methods, and therapeutic applications.
Fascinating, isn’t it?