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Health is not appreciated until sickness comes.



The natural health practice of India Ayurveda, values honey as one of the highest of foods and it is a key ingredient in a large number of preparations.

Enjoy nature’s finest gifts in its raw and organic form

Why raw Honey?

Honey can create a form of toxin that is very hard for the body to remove, when heated.

Health promoting values:

Honey has been used medicinally for thousands of years, both in the East and the West for its anti-bacterial properties.

The healing effects of honey have been valued not only by Ayurveda in India, but also by the ancient Egyptians. Now it is also being used in human medicine and has helped save patient’s limbs on hospital wards.

W.H.O (World Health Organization) sites honey as a demulcent – a substance that forms a protective film to relieve irritation in your mouth or throat. Honey is excellent for coughs.

The nutrient value of honey:

Honey is high in carbohydrates and loaded with natural sugars, it also contains plenty of Vitamin B6, thiamine, niacin, riboflavin, and pantothenic acid, Various phenolic acids and flavonoids, which are types of antioxidants. Honey also contains a number of useful enzymes – proteins created from amino acids.

Fruit with more than 150 nutrients:

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Naturally rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, phytonutrients, and bioflavonoids, Works at the cellular level in the body to support the natural function of the immune system.

It is said, Noni juice to be a magical drink: The noni fruit has been used since ancient times for its medicinal properties which boost the immune system and helps in detoxification.

10 key health benefits:

1. Lowers risk of gout

Caused by the build-up of uric acid crystals in the joint, gout is a kind of arthritis which causes joint pain. 2. Improves skin quality Being a powerhouse of antioxidants, the juice works as a wonderful moisturiser when applied on the skin daily, since it has the ability to replenish and repair your skin. 3. Good for people suffering from arthritis Many studies claim that noni juice is effective in reducing arthritis pain. It is also said to reduce joint reduction implicated in arthritis, due to the analgesic properties it has. 4. Anti-ageing Packed with Vitamin C and selenium, noni juice fights the free radical, reverses the effects of ageing and preserves the elasticity of the skin. 5. Prevents cancer According to the National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health, noni juice has tumour fighting and immune stimulating properties. The National Cancer Institute has funded the preliminary research on Noni juice for the treatment and prevention of breast cancer. 6. Reduces stress Noni juice not only helps to deal with stress but also reduces the effect of stress on our cognitive function. 7. Boosts immunity Noni juice has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine properties all of which help to boost immunity. 8. Treats fever The antiviral properties of noni juice can help one to get rid of cold, cough, fever and body ache. 9. Treats scalp irritation The same antibacterial properties which help to boost the immune system can also help to treat scalp irritation. 10. Protects heart health Noni juice has shown positive effects in protecting heart health by improving the blood flow in the arteries. It also helps in regulating blood pressure which definitely helps in maintaining heart health. People who consumed noni juice on an daily basis showed improvement in their lipid profiles – reduced LDL (bad cholesterol) and improved HDL (good cholesterol).