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Kasti Honey Combo Pack
This honey is gift pack of three different varietals of honey. It consists of Mustard Honey, Chiuri Honey and Buckwheat Honey varietals of 35 gm each. Thiese Honey are natural sweet substance produced by honeybees from the nectar of blossoms, which honeybees collect, transform and combine with specific substances of their own, store and leave in the honey comb to ripen and mature. Mustard Honey is pleasant in tasting, sweet, aromatic, and light yellow in color, this honey comes from the nectar of mustard plant which flowers in different parts of Nepal. Plant blossoms at the end of the growing season and bees forages both nectar and pollen from small yellow flower. Chiuri (butter tree) is a large tree, naturally occurring in warm temperate areas throughout the Himalayan tract in Nepal up to 1500m above sea level. It flowers during cold season. During this season, the plant produces so much nectar that it overflows; hence it is very fragrant and full of pollen. Chiuri Honey is harvested at winter from the pristine high altitudes of the Himalayas, giving it a uniquely high antioxidant capacity. Chiuri is multipurpose tree which has significant cultural and livelihood associations with the Chepang community of Nepal. Buckwheat honey is very strong deep in taste and dark in color. It is less sweet than other regular honey but rich in vitamins and higher in antioxidants contents. Buckwheat is a grain commonly farmed in Nepal. When in bloom short stalks produce large pink flowers. Rich sources of both pollen and nectar, bees love foraging from these flowers.
Pure honey has more than 50 health benefits, including anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. With its trace minerals, enzymes and vitamins it is known to boost immune systems, cure coughs and influenza and improve skin complexion and vitality. At The Beekeeping Shop, we ensure that all the natural benefits are preserved in our honey by not using industrial processes.
Caution: Do not feed honey to infants under one year of age.
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