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Wild Jamun Honey

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Rs. 345.00
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Rs. 345.00

Product Description

Wild Jamun Honey is a single-origin, monofloral honey, responsibly collected from bees feeding on Jamun flower nectar. It is locally sourced from tribal bee-keepers in the Sahyadri forests of Maharashtra. The honey retains the Indian Blackberry's anti-oxidant and blood sugar regulatory properties along with many more benefits.

Our personal guide:

- Consume 1 tbsp daily, as a blood purifier and for digestive health.

- Use an all-natural soothing eye mask, for relieving stress and itchiness. - Heat/ boiling water changes the beneficial properties of honey.


This honey has been lab-tested as pure honey, with NO additional sugars.

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Meet the farmer


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At the heart, we are “of the soil”… Mee Maati cha…

We are the third generation, in a family of farmers, doing what we do best! Though we come from different fields, and professions, farming has always provided our daily food and thus has been our main occupation. Continuing on in the tradition of our age-old natural farming techniques, and bringing together the urban needs for farm-to-table produce, our objective is to sell to you what we eat! We also aim to create a responsible platform for many of our local small farmers and tribal families to share their harvests with a global audience. We are a family-run farm and are connecting with tribal beekeepers working across the country, to find pure single-origin, monofloral honey, which have the properties of the particular plant and flower, through its nectar. Remember, we sell what we actually eat! Our grandfather built the farmhouse in 1983, along with planting 100 Alphonso mango trees, the Coconut & Chikoo wadis, and much other fruit & spice plants. For almost 40 years, we have been growing our own black pepper, turmeric, grinding our own mango powder, and making various fruit preserves. In the last 12 years, we have delved deeper into permaculture techniques, bee-keeping, and seasonal agriculture.