Best Honey in India

Ezeebee Overseas is a land of honey where you will get the world's Best and Pure honey. We are the largest exporter of honey in India and skill in consumer and bulk packaging. Ezeebee Overseas exclusively is involved in best raw honey export from India. We excel in private labelling. We aspire to be best Natural honey producers and suppliers in the worldwide. We have been in this field for more than 10 years and have supplied premium quality Indian honey in worldwide.

Honey Varieties

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Rapeseed / Mustard HoneyView Rapeseed / Mustard Honey
Eucalyptus HoneyView Eucalyptus Honey
Lychee HoneyView Lychee Honey
Sunflower HoneyView Sunflower Honey
Karanj / Pongamea HoneyView Karanj / Pongamea Honey
Multi-Flora Himalayan HoneyView Multi-Flora Himalayan Honey
Acacia HoneyView Acacia Honey

Honey Nutrition Facts

Honey Facts
  • Honey is a natural energy restorer. Need a quick boost? Try a teaspoon of honey in warm water. This will not only restore your energy, but it will help your digestive track too!!
  • Honey has many good uses from cooking to helping skin heal! It helps dissolve mucus when you have a cold..
  • Hot tea with lemon and honey works wonders.
  • Mix 2 tea spoon of honey with carrot juice and consume regularly. This helps to improve eyesight and is very helpful for those who sit before computer for long hours.
  • In cold, cough and congested chest mix 2 tea spoons of honey with equal quantity of ginger juice and should be consumed frequently.
  • A mixture of black pepper powder, honey and ginger juice in equal quantities, when consumed thrice daily help to relieve the symptoms of asthma.
  • Regular use of one tea spoon of garlic juice mixed with two tea spoons of honey help to control blood pressure.
  • One glass of warm water taken with two tea spoons of honey and 1 tea spoon of lemon juice in early morning reduces fat and purifies blood.
  • Consuming one spoon of honey daily help us to lead a healthy long life.

Does Honey expire?

Does Honey expire

Honey is a miracle food; it never goes bad. It was reported that archaeologists found 2000 year old jars of honey in Egyptian tombs and they still tasted delicious! Be careful not to boil or scorch the honey.
Note: Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age.

How to Store Honey?

How to Store Honey

Store honey at room temperature. Your kitchen counter or pantry shelf is ideal. Storing honey in the refrigerator accelerates the honey's crystallization. Crystallization is the natural process in which liquid in honey becomes solid. If your honey crystallizes, simply place the honey jar in warm water and stir until the crystals dissolve. Or, place the honey in a microwave safe container with the lid off and microwave it in 10 second increments, stirring and letting it cool before re-microwaving it for the next 10 seconds.

Uses of Honey

  • Honey is useful in diabetes, haemorrhoids, jaundice and worms.
  • It is used as a remedy for cough, cold, hiccups and disorders of the respiratory system such as asthma etc.
  • It is used in diarrhoea and dysentery.
  • Honey is effective in skin disorders as a medicine as well as a vehicle for the consumption of the medicines.
  • It is effective in excessive thirst and vomiting though it is also considered of inducing the vomiting if consumed in excess amount.

Benefits of Honey

Benefits of Honey
  • Honey is very good for eyes and eye sight.
  • Reduces effects of Poison.
  • It is very useful in urinary tract disorders, worm infestation, bronchial asthma, and cough.
  • Honey which is newly collected from bee hive increases body weight and is a mild laxative.
  • Honey which is stored and is old helps in metabolism of fat and scrapes Kapha

Precautions to be taken before using honey

Precautions to be taken before using honey
  • Honey should not be mixed with hot foods.
  • Honey should not be heated.
  • Honey should not be consumed when you are working in hot environment where you are exposed to more heat.
  • Honey should never be mixed with rain water, hot and spicy foods, and Fermented beverages like whisky, rum, brandy etc, Ghee and mustard.