What makes Kashmir Multiflora honey unique is the varied nature of its source along with its life-supporting minerals and naturally occurring enzymes. As this type of honey is a blend of various uni-floral properties, it is considered remedial in treating disorders like stomach ulcers, gastritis, respiratory infections and bedsores.
It helps regulate constipation and provides relief to allergies, sinus, arthritis and asthma-like diseases. Apart from strengthening immunity, it also helps with eye diseases and skincare problems.
This strong-flavoured honey is collected mostly during the months of April, May and June. This is because the giant bees start migrating inward from the countryside from the month of January, allowing the major flow of honey to start in mid-March and continue into June. As the month of June takes over, the bees slowly start migrating outwards.
This amber-coloured honey is obtained with the help of Asian honey bees (seen from Pakistan to Indonesia) found migrating to the region in winter around January. Including this honey in your daily diet could help lead a healthy lifestyle.
- Control gastritis and constipation
- Treats stomach ulcers
- Respiratory infections
- Skin care and wound healing
- Eye diseases
- Provides relief to allergies, sinus, arthritis and asthma
- Treats ulcers and bedsores
- Strengthens immune system