Good To Know Before Buying Our Natural Organic Honey
Harvesting honey isn’t as simple as opening a hive and taking honey out of it, it demands a lot of knowledge at the beekeepers end. Every crop has its unique nectar which is reflected in the taste, texture, aroma, viscosity and health benefit of the honey. A true beekeeper makes sure that he extracts the honey not too late, or else bees begin to die due to overloaded hive their production slows down, and he does not extract the honey too soon as it would leave the honey with too much foam signifying that it was not ripe.
Some Bee keepers substitute their lack of knowledge by using antibiotics on the bees and some may even feed the bees in the off season with syrups and sugars to increase honey production, this results in the death of the bees and hence they are unable to produce 2nd and 3rd extracts of the season known as 2nd and 3rd cut.
That’s not all, a honey would be of even more of a superior quality if the environment is free from pollutants. This is why the honey from the wild forests has a unique taste, texture, and aroma
We at Queens Garden make sure that our honey comes from the finest area, every batch is checked individually according to our standards of Quality.
We are doing this since 1967 and we know our honey.
Thus we say:
“Queens Garden is the Gift of Nature”
Jujuba Flower (Rich Sidr) Honey
What, Where and How?
Jujuba, the biologically termed as Ziziphus is a multipurpose plant, one of the world’s major fruit crops, cultivated in different regions of the world such as the Indian subcontinent, Russia, Middle East, southern Europe and China. A small graceful tree, the jujuba produces strong wood, has medicinal properties and the nectar from the plants flower is used for yielding Honey.
Found in the wild forests and mountains of the northern areas of Pakistan (mostly Karak, Bannu, Parachinar, Waziristan). Jujuba Flower Honey consists of the pollen from the crop Jujuba also known as Berr.
Extraction of the organic honey takes place mostly in the early period of winter. The interaction between honeybees and the Ziziphus plantbees forging for nectar and pollen was low during early mornings and increased to its peak in the afternoon. Significant forging activity was recorded during high temperature and low humidity conditions.
This best organic honey is known for its highly nutritional characteristics. The benefits of which include strengthening of the:
A perfect soothing agent for nervous colon, Gastric and duodenum ulcers , allergy , gout , joint pains, It also helps in removing hyper acidity and is applied typically on wounds and burns. The antioxidants in it are linked to other beneficial effects on heart health and is very useful for insomnia , migraines and anemia.
Mode of use:
Taking one tablespoon of honey dissolved in half a glass of lukewarm water. This helps the body to absorb all its beneficial properties
Acacia Flower Honey
What, Where and How?
Found in the Plain areas of Pakistan. It consists of the pollen from the crop Acacia Modesta. Native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Distinguished by small and often fragrant flowers, which are arranged in compact globular or cylindrical clusters. The flowers are usually yellow but occasionally white and have many stamens apiece, giving each one a fuzzy appearance. The fruits are legumes and are highly variable in appearance, depending on the species. Acacias are often confused with members of the closely related genus Mimosa.
This pure organic honey is extracted in the early spring season in the months of April and May. But it is available round the year
Acacia honey stands out from other types of honey with quite an impressive “portfolio”. Apart from its appearance, acacia honey stands out with a number of other characteristics. It is readily absorbed by the body. Since being much richer is fruit sugar than other varieties, it has a low glycemic index (does not burden the pancreas) and is quite suitable for people suffering from diabetes (type ||). Due to its low pollen content, no allergies are caused. It is usually associated by its healing properties with “cough suppressant” and “good antiseptic”. But in practice its activity spectrum is much wider. When consumed regularly, acacia honey leads to blood pressure normalization and blood composition balance, increasing the level of hemoglobin. Sleep is improved.It has calming effects and is beneficial upon stress, nervous tension and mental disorders. Acacia also stimulates brain activities and is quite suitable for those who labor intellectually (and physically, in this line of thought, as it facilitates faster recovery).It energizes the body.
Fagonia Flower (The Anti Cancer)
Rich with B16
What, Where and How?
This honey is found in the wild forests and mountains of the northern areas of Pakistan (mostly Bannu, Parachinar, Jum) It consists of the pollen from the crop Fagonia also known as Dhamasa (mostly used by Sugar Patients)
Mostly it is extracted in the early winter period.
This best organic honey is a miracle for the Diabetics, the Fagonia bush is used by sugar patients for the treatment of Diabetes(however, everyone responds to the treatment in a different manner