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Why it’s called Tribal ?
The Honey is collected by Kharia or Khadia tribal community. They are known as Honey hunters of Odisha.
Small batch Honey
They dare into the wilderness with crew members to collect nectar, traveling miles from their villages in search of the hives of wild honeybees. They take with them rice, utensils, axes, and jars. The honey hunting campaign continues from mid-April to the end of June every year. They light a torch to smoke the bees off the comb and as they disperse they cut the beehives with a machete, drops in into a container, and retreats without causing harm to ecology or wild bees. Hence, 60% of the honey collected is brought by us from them, the rest they keep it for personal uses or to sell it locally in their villages.
Tribal forest honey is a step to provide a better lifestyle to the primitive tribal group who faces challenges due to lack of land for cultivation and has no wealth to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Tribal honey naturally contains the following vitamins and minerals.
- Pantothenic acid
Tribal Forest Honey is Un-treated, Un-adulterated and Raw, has all the minerals and antioxidants intact.
It has all the 22 amino acids that are required to boost strength and stamina.
Benefits of using Tribal forest Honey
- It has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
- Help improve cholesterol levels.
- It can be used as a natural moisturizer for skin and Face.
- Treats digestive problems.
- Improves immunity.
|Dimensions||16 × 10 × 10 cm|
Raw & Unprocessed
No Expiry. However, we recommend consumption within 18 months.