Honey are of different varieties. The taste, colour and exact nutrient content often depend upon the type of nectar that honey bees collect from the flowers that are in the surroundings. Neo Sanjivani Kashmir White Honey is from the Himalayan range of Kashmir valley. Mainly from flowers like Sage, Alfalfa, Fireweed and White Clover.
However, It is not purely white. Instead, it is mild yellow and has a lighter taste and sweetness than darker honey. It is rich in antioxidants such as flavonoids & phenolic and provides valuable vitamins and minerals like vitamin A, calcium, copper, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc.
KASHMIR WHITE HONEY
Treats Sore Throat
Kashmir white honey is an effective remedy for sore throat, works as a cough suppressant. It is as effective as 'dextromethorphan', a common counter cough medicine ingredient.
Helps In Digestion
'Methylglyoxal' in white himalayan honey treats digestion issues and constipation. It cures any bacterial infection in the stomach by dividing carbohydrates and sugars, acting as a catalyst.
Healthy For Heart
Kashmir honey serves as a significant medication agent because it contains polyphenols which play a primary role in preventing heart diseases and ailments.
Healthy For Skin
It supersedes any cosmetic product when it comes to being a beauty ingredient. Kashmir honey potentially kills the bacteria and fungi as it naturally contains Hydrogen Peroxide, an antiseptic.
Post yoga or workout drink
Adding White honey to your post-workout shake refuels the body and provides energy during the anabolic phase. It's low on the glycemic indices keeping your insulin levels low and steady to maintain a fat-burning environment in your body.
Honey for Skincare
It has antibacterial properties; applying it to the skin can be beneficial for skin conditions such as Candida overgrowth, acne or autoimmune skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.
No, it is not exactly white; it’s pale yellow and has a milder flavour than darker kinds of honey.
Yes, it builds immunity due to the presence of antioxidants called flavonoids and phenolic compounds.
Yes, It qualifies as a sporty supplement input and is thus, a nutritional agent for athletes, bodybuilders, and gymnasts.