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We are Pahadi Amrut. A passionate team of explorers and wanderers who aim to bridge the gap between naturally grown artisanal food products and the fast paced city life. We travel extensively to procure indigenously grown and sustainably sourced food products grown in the unpolluted climes of the upper Himalayan range. Our experienced team has exposure to the unsung culture and local culinary traditions of the Himalayas. We collaborate with the artisans and vendors of the region, such as farmers and beekeepers. The products are inspected thoroughly by our inhouse research team and tested from reputed testing organizations before they make their way to your kitchen. Our endeavour is to retain the original taste and keep the nutrients intact. Keeping the environment in focus, our packaging is 100% eco-friendly.

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Honey is the safest and most inexpensive cough remedy for kids. It can be attributed to the presence of various nutrients in addition to its antibacterial properties. OTC cough medications, on the other hand, are known to cause various side effects in kids, such as insomnia, hyperactivity, anxiety and nervousness. This study shows that honey before sleep is much more effective against night cough than medications. However, honey is not advisable to be administered to infants (less than 1-year-old).

Raw and unprocessed honey is the nectar from the flowers collected by bees. It is filtered to remove dead bees, impurities, beeswax and pollen. This is collected seasonally. Raw honey is inherently rich in antioxidants, bio enzymes, vitamins and minerals. In addition, it has around 30 bioactive compounds called Polyphenols. The percentage of these polyphenols is the highest in raw, unprocessed and unfiltered honey. It has potent anti-bacterial and anti-germ powers. Furthermore, active compounds in raw honey have been proven to enhance the regeneration of tissues. On the other hand, regular supermarket honey is heated, pasteurized, and processed to increase its shelf life. Additives are added to make it fit for commercial use. This processing destroys the majority of these benefits, rendering it hardly any better than just concentrated sugar. That’s why raw unprocessed honey is better than regular supermart honey.

We all know that high-altitude honey is premium, high costing and has limited availability.

But ever wondered why? Well, even the scientist wondered why was it so? What made it so distinctly potent? So many studies were conducted to find out the reason. In addition, this study confirmed that high altitude acacia honey displayed much higher levels of anti-cancer activity due to the higher levels of polyphenols and flavonoids compared to the low altitude varieties. Many studies have confirmed that raw honey from high altitudes had distinctly high antioxidant levels compared to raw honey from low-alt regions.

The nutrients present in honey are known to stimulate hair follicles, promote hair growth and retain moisture. The antibacterial properties of honey are known to control dandruff. However, these properties are there only in raw and unprocessed honey. Honey can be used in hair masks for healthier, shinier and happier hair. So go ahead and make honey a staple in your hair care regime. And as no one wants to compromise on the quality of the products you use, we recommend the honey. Honey is also known to stop hair fall and promote hair growth and make them thicker. Honey can be added to various household ingredients, such as coconut oil, olive oil, eggs, lemon, and curd to make nourishing hair masks.

The answer is yes. However, it should be consumed in moderation. Raw honey has a lower GI index as compared to other sweeteners and is thus suitable for Type 2 diabetes.

This study explored the use of honey as a sole treatment for Type 2 diabetes. Distinct improvements in heart health were observed. Another study suggests honey as an anti-diabetic agent, which might be of potential significance for the management of diabetes and its complications.