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Harde Honey

Original price was: ₹490.0.Current price is: ₹470.0.

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What is it about the Harde Honey that makes it so sought after? Like most organic honey, this too is uncultivated and is a medicinal herb, Harde or Haritaki. This honey is derived from the pollen of Harde tree flowers that blooms once a year, i.e. single flora honey!

As the best custodians of Harde Honey are the locals, we procure Harde honey from the Adivasi honey collector thereby ensuring the well-being of the collector’s family. Depicting its purity, this honey is more opaque than translucent with a bitter-sweet flavor alongside keeping the nutrient content intact (due to its delicate enzyme structure).

  •  Boosts Immunity
  •  Local & Sustainably sourced
  •  Full of antioxidants and vitamins
  •  Healthy refined sugar alternative
  • Pure & Unadulterated
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Uses-

  • Can be added to breakfast cereals and granola
  • Can be used as a substitute for regular sugar
  • Can be used as a pancake topping or salad dressing
  • Can be consumed directly daily to help boost immunity over time

Benefits-

  • Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory due to the medicial properties of the harde plant
  • Helps to alleviate common cold and flu symptoms
  • Full of antioxidants and vitamins
  • Ingredients: 100% Harde honey
  • Shelf Life: 24 months
Weight 200 g
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Organic products, including organic honey and sugar, are typically considered more sustainable than conventionally produced counterparts. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Organic farming practices prioritize sustainability: Organic farming practices are designed to minimize the environmental impact of agriculture by focusing on soil health, biodiversity, and natural resource conservation. This approach can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, minimize water pollution, and support ecosystem health.

  2. Organic products are often produced locally: Organic products are often produced and sold locally, which can help to reduce the carbon footprint associated with transportation.

  3. Organic products are typically free from harmful chemicals: Organic farming prohibits the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This means that organic products are often free from harmful residues and can help to protect the health of farmers, farm workers, and consumers.

  4. Organic products can support rural communities: Organic farming practices often support local economies and rural communities by providing job opportunities and supporting small-scale farmers.

That being said, the sustainability of organic honey and sugar will depend on factors such as the specific farming practices used, the distance the products travel to reach consumers, and the overall environmental impact of production. It's also worth noting that organic products may be more expensive than conventional products, which can be a barrier to access for some consumers.

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