Indigenous Honey Thyme Honey dark and bitter 530 g
When it comes to types of honey, like thyme honey, fennel honey, wild basil honey, and coriander honey there is always a second thought in our mind that it must be infused or artificial/adulterated honey. While doing beekeeping we came to know that these tiny flies do collect honey as they get flower sources. Indigenous honey serves Raw thyme honey with all-natural goodness. A crop of thyme is cultivated in Gujarat specifically in Morbi and Jamnagar regions in the month from August to November.
Thyme honey is dark in color and slightly bitter in taste in liquid form, it also turns into dark amber or dark brown color, when it crystallizes.
Thyme honey’s smell is addressed as pleasant herbal-like, strong, aromatic, woody, spicy, or maybe pungent. It mostly varies upon harvesting.
A slightly bitter and spiced-up taste can actually make you feel the real thyme seeds taste while having thyme honey. It may also taste pungent which is a unique thing about thyme honey. if the taste is not a matter, then thyme honey is really beneficial for health-conscious.
Thyme honey is a treasure for health, it contains the highest antioxidant in compression of any other kind of honey. Which neutralizes harmful radicals in our body and defense against aging & heart diseases, where is omega 6 fatty acid helps in lowering cancer risk, and digestive problems. Thyme honey is cough nashak which helps in curing cough-cold and bad cholesterol. Thyme honey is good for every age group, while in children they help in stomach aches, irregular digestion, and constipation.
Every raw honey crystallizes as time passes by. Honey is made up of fructose and sucrose, the level of fructose and sucrose changes as the flower’s nectar changes. Thyme Honey contains a good level of fructose, so it takes years to get crystallize. In such a condition, you can keep the jar in the hot water bowl to turn it to liquid form or you can consume it as It is – the tastiest form.