Himalaya Acacia honey of Neo Sanjivani is from the nectar of the Robinia pseudoacacia flower, also known as the black locust(false acacia tree). The black locust tree is primary in the western Himalayas and the most abundant deciduous tree in the Kashmir valley.
To clarify, bees who pollinate the flowers of black locust produce this honey. It is also known to be the world’s, best-tasting honey. Nevertheless, due to its higher fructose content, it is lighter in colour and crystallizes much slower than traditional honey.
Equally important, It is the powerhouse of minerals and vitamins, including magnesium and Vitamin C. It has a low acid content and pairs well with fruits and nuts.
HIMALAYA ACACIA HONEY
Helps in wound healing
Himalaya acacia honey has antioxidant and antibacterial properties that speed up wound healing. All in all, It prevents bacterial contamination and infection. It maintains a moist surrounding that provides a protective layer, which aids wound healing.
Fights free radicals
It has a high amount of antioxidants that have potential health benefits. Himalaya acacia honey fights off damage from free radicals that contribute to diseases in the long run.
Prevent and treats acne
Acacia honey has strong antibacterial properties that keep the skin free from bacteria and prevent skin conditions like acne. For this purpose, It is one of the best home remedies for treating acne naturally.
Reduce chronic conditions
Himalaya acacia honey contains flavonoids, a primary type of antioxidant that may help reduce the risk of chronic conditions such as heart disease and particular kinds of cancer.
For Skin and Brain
Using it as a spread or adding it to your regular diet will improve brain function and skin health. It contains beta-carotene, a plant pigment having powerful antioxidant properties.
For Healthy Body
Regular consumption but in moderation of this Himalaya acacia honey may help lower your blood pressure and increase haemoglobin levels.
Yes, It has beta carotene that helps with improved brain function.
Yes, it has laxative properties that could alleviate intestinal inflammations, improve bowel movement and remove toxins from the liver.
Yes, it has calming and relaxing effects, which help combat anxiety disorders; as well as stress or insomnia. Moreover, taking a tablespoon of it in a glass of lukewarm milk before bedtime would improve sleeplessness.[?]