Rosewood Honey / Sheesham honey
Rosewood honey is obtained when beehive is placed in a Rosewood tree farm. Thus bees mainly collects nectar from Rosewood flora. Our Honey is Pure, Natural, Unpasteurized and minimally filtered retaining its natural properties. Nature’s honey is rich in vital amino acids that support a healthy lifestyle.
- Rosewood Honey is used for toothache and gum problems.
- It’s especially beneficial for women who have menstrual problems.
- It’s also used for good digestion and stomach ache.
- Rosewood Honey helps in blood pressure and improves blood circulation
|Manufacturer||Bee Farms Products, Vadodara|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Shelf Life||Best before 24 months from the date of manufacturing|
|Quality||Each batch is testing in Government Lab|
|Ingredients||Natural Sheesham Flora Honey|
|Month of Production||October & November|
|Origin of||Uttar Pradesh|
|Product Weight||500 gm (Net Weight of Product)|
|800 gm (Gross Weight of Product)|
|Packaging||Honey packed in Food Grade Glass jar|
|Shipping in Thermocol box|
|Dimensions||17 x 13 x13 cm|
|Product Weight||500 gm (Net Weight of Product)
800 gm (Gross Weight of Product)
|Safety Instructions||Following may be noted
First, Bee Farms does not claim that this product alters/cures/eliminate, etc. any disease/pain.
Second, it is a supplement only.
|Dimensions||15 x 8 x 8 cm|
HOW ROSEWOOD FLORA HONEY IS MADE ?
Firstly, Apis Mellifera (Italian Bee) Worker bees search for flowers having nectar sources in the area secondly when located; they dance particular way to let other bees know it.
Next, the bees rush together to the source and suck the nectar from the flower till their sacs (honey stomach) are full. After that, bees return to their hive for further processing.
Lastly, on its return to a beehive, the nectar that is loaded with disaccharide: (sucrose and water) is separated into monosaccharide’s: (glucose and fructose, and water molecules.)
This separated nectar is then passed mouth-to-mouth and bee to bee till desired consistency of the honey is achieved. However, this honey is immature with high moisture content, the honey is left in the honeycomb cell for maturing i.e. until its moisture content is reduced to <20%. This changes nectar into honey.
HOW ROSEWOOD HONEY MATURES ?
Firstly, the moisture level is reduced by flapping of wings by bees.
Next, the moistures shall go down to a particular level, finally, on achieving the moisture level.
Last, Bees seal it by bee wax and such honey is called mature honey & now the honey is ideally ready for consumption.
CAN ROSEWOOD BE TAKEN WITH HONEY ?
Here, honey comes with the properties of both rosewood and honey so need not be taken together.