Honey

Honey

Honey is also known as liquid gold due to its unique nutritional and medicinal properties that go well beyond as a natural food sweetener.

Honey is called Madhu in Ayurveda and is used for both internal and external applications.

Depending on the bee, which collects honey, 8 types of Madhu are described and ‘Makshika’ (A type of Honey) is considered as best among them.

Honey is also called as Madhu, Makshika, Bringavantham, Kshudram, Saradham, Vantham, Varadi, Madvikam

It helps maintain good cholesterol levels, enhances memory and concentration, and strengthens the immune system. Besides this, as it has antibacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties, honey is used as a natural sweetener in fermented beverages and other beverages across India.

Age of Honey:

1. Nava Madhu (New Honey)
2. Purana Madhu (Old Honey)

Types of Honey:

  • Makshikam
  • Bhraamara
  • Kshoudram
  • Pauthikam
  • Chatram
  • Aardhyam
  • Ouddalakam
  • Daalam

Rathna Honey is Pure & Natural, Best Honey combinations we have for you:

Honey with Garlic | Garlic Cinnamon Honey | Honey with Amla | Honey with Dry fruits |
Honey with Cinnamon | Honey with Gulkand | Honey with Ginger

Health Benefits of Honey:

  • It improves digestion
  • Improves the softness of the skin
  • It is good for the heart
  • Used in the healing of wounds and fractures
  • It is considered a natural detox agent
  • It is used in dyspnoea, diarrhea, cough, cold, worm infestations, UTI, hiccups, and obesity
  • It is used as a natural sweetener and preservative in Ayurvedic formulations
  • Honey is used as an Anupana (vehicle) with few therapeutics to improve its efficacy or to alleviate the side effects
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