Origin of Raktbeej Forest Honey
Raktbeej forest honey is harvested from the unexplored forest region of Sarandha (Jharkhand), Kakraha (Uttar Pradesh) and Nishangarh (Uttar Pradesh). Giant wild honey bees build their hive high on the trees. Local people use to call these honey bees as killer bees. Each honey hive is guarding by 80,000 - 100,000 wild honey bees which can carrying kilos of a sticky, black and thick fluid known as honey. This sweet fluid, honey, is real black and thick honey with natural smoky aroma of wild forest. Every year, between August - October, when the forest region are filled with around 40+ different kinds of flora and this is the time for Giant bees to start developing their hives on trees and producing the honey from the nectar of forest flora. These forest regions are very rich in honey bee diversity and there are good number of Apis Darsota, Apis Laboriosa and Giant honey bee nests are found in the forest. Honey harvesting and collection of medicinal herbs and plants from the areas of these forest region is a cash rich business for local Kamiha, Jamunetri, Yashodeva tribes of these areas. Raktbeej forest honey is known not just for its pollen and nutrition value but also honey connoisseurs love to muse about its color, flavor, depth, the swirl, the aroma, the taste and the finish.
A Taste full of Forest Secrets !!
The Woodland in the Forest region dominated by Teak, Asidh, Bahera, Haldu, Kusuma, Sheora and Gutel trees. It's collected from pollution free and pesticide free remote areas of forest which are known for indigenous herbs and spices.
- 100% Natural & Raw, Unheated, Unprocessed, Unfiltered, Unpasteurized Honey.
- Without any adulteration such as chemical, corn syrup, sugar, externally added fructose etc.
- Lab test report of this honey is available on request
Honey is enriched with
- Natural Pollen
- Wide range of natural enzymes & vitamins
- Essential minerals
- Amino acids
- Rich in antioxidants
- Great antibacterial and anti-fungal properties
You need courage to touch honey hive
The bees are driven away with the help of a smoke from the grass that disorients the bees and the honey part of the hive is cut off. Honey collectors are trained to collect honey in a sustainable way so that after a hive is harvested the honeybees return and rebuild the hive at the same place