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Shoonya Farm

Wild Forest Raw Honey

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Shoonya Organic Wild-Forest honey is collected from the wild forests in the Himalayan foothills. This honey from the wild is derived from the nectars of neem, Karanja, and Jamun, amongst many other beneficial wildflowers. Neem is best known for its anti-aging, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. Karanja is a tree with a host of medicinal benefits and is majorly used to treat skin disorders. Jamun is good for the heart and treats diabetes.

Wild-Forest Honey can strengthen the immune system, alleviate allergies and protect the body from conditions like heart disease & cancer.

  • Consistency: Gooey, rarely crystallizes
  • Color: Amber to dark brown
  • Flavor profile: Less sweet than other varieties, intense
  • Pairing: Have a few teaspoons of Wild-Forest Honey a day, as a nutritional tonic.

DID YOU KNOW? Shoonya Wild-Forest Honey is NOT flavored honey! Our busy bees collect their nectar from the wild forests in the Himalayan foothills, resulting in a honey that is unique in taste, texture, and health properties.

Note: Honey foam is natural and delicious! It contains bits of pollen, propolis, wax, and raw honey-trapped in air bubbles.

Disclaimer: Natural honey tends to crystallize and can be liquefied by placing it in hot water or sunlight.

Care instructions: Store in a cool and dry place.

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Shoonya Farm

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Ghee & Oils Honey & Sweeteners

Shoonya Farms began its journey with a mission to raise the standard of quality in dairy & farm produces, reverse environmental degradation through sustainable farming and increase farmers' incomes in the process.

Beneath all of this lies the underlying principle of doing things the right way. Of embracing a “Shoonya lifestyle”, by which one co-exists in harmony with nature. Of preserving our indigenous species of animals and native varieties of plants. Of minimizing wastage. Of consuming mindfully - not just for taste, but for nourishment. But more importantly, supporting the hardworking farmers of this country to not only earn a livelihood but live with a sense of pride and self-respect.


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