What makes Bengal Multiflora Honey so unique is the abundance of antioxidants present in it accompanied by other medicinal properties. It has a high content of phenolics, flavonoids, and ascorbic acid, all of which are detoxifying agents and help fight oxidative stress in your body.
Its antibacterial and antifungal properties work effectively in suppressing cough symptoms and allergies. It works wonders for people with digestive issues and helps build immunity as well. It also acts as a cure to acne and dandruff agents giving you beautiful, glowing, and healthy skin and hair. Its remedial property lets this honey be used in treating wounds and burns, making it multi-functional.
This mildly aromatic 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 dark brown honey is obtained with the help of Asian honey bees (seen from Pakistan to Indonesia) found migrating to the region in winter around January.
- Rich source of antioxidants, especially phenolic compounds
- Immunity booster
- Antibacterial and Antifungal properties
- Effective against sore throats, cough and allergies
- Anti-acne and Anti-dandruff agent
- Helps heal wounds and burns
- Aids digestion