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Sri Lankan Bee Honey is innately Ayurvedic due to the unusually high density of medicinal plant pollen & nectar that make it up.   


The honey collected from north and north-east of Sri Lanka  is noted for its red-brown colouring, and a deep sweetness that still yields the slightest hint of faint sharp notes.  The bees that create it live in the dry zone, a vast area with an abundance of huge trees and ancient medicinal plants -  including Mee, Weera, Kumbuk, Palu, Tamarind, Kalawel, Kone, Palms & Nidikumba.  


The honey is the child of a remarkable enviromental project by Goodfolks, who source it from farmers paid above market rates to ensure the purest honey - 100% natural, raw, filtered & unpasteurised. Its is part of a Regenerative Agriculture Project, with quality verified at source. 


Ayurvedic Practitioners recommend starting the day with 1-2 teaspoons in lukewarm water for the best medicinal benefits.  Alternatively, drizzle it on hot toast, sit back and sigh.

North & North-eastern Ayurvedic Bee Honey

Excluding VAT
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