VediCana Jamun Honey
We as a company always encourage our consumers to read, understand and then take a decision to buy any products. Question is why we need Honey in our daily life. Let’s explore the benefits which is available and collected from various authentic sources, summarizes by consultants and presented to you in authentic way.
The best 7 benefits of Honey
Relief allergy, stress.
Clears sore throat , CDC Recommends.->Click2source
Best Brain Fuel
Honey considered as Gold Standard Brain fuel. The liver glycogen is the main fuel source for our brain, which is more awake during night time than daytime. When we go to sleep, our brain goes to work, consuming liver glycogen from the food we eat. And when the liver runs out of glycogen, the hungry brain experiences metabolic stress and triggers stress hormones, which overtime, night after night, can affect the rest of the organs in our body, leading to various health issues such as adrenal fatigue, weight gain, glucose intolerance, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high triglyceride levels, cardiovascular diseases, thyroid disease, neuropathy, Alzheimer, etc. Hence it is considered as Best Brain Fuel for our hungry brain at night because of its 1:1 ratio of fructose and glucose. This ratio helps Liver to turn honey into glycogen faster compare to normal glucose. Hence eat to sleep better, reduce metabolic stress and control blood sugar.
Honey is more than just a fructose and Glucose combination, rather honeybees add something into it which neither can be found in any artificial sugars or can be mimicked in any form. Honey is anabolic, medicinal, antiseptic, anti-cancer, gentle on blood sugar, friendliest to our liver, the most ideal fuel for burning body fats, and has many healing effects. The healthful nutrients in Honey may be minute in quantity, but overtime, when consumed daily, consistently and persistently will bring about a powerful accumulative effect in our health and body immunity.->Click2source
Honey is a good source of food and medicine. One must choose honey which is pure and un-adulterated. We travel across country to find the best source of raw honey and process in our site to enhance its properties. Whether it is forest area of Odisha,Meghalaya,Bhilwara,Kashmir,Satara,Nashik or Amreli in Gujarat, our connect with rural Beekeeper(Apiarist) gives us the advantage of getting the product from source in purest form.
A range of Honey planned for our consumers.
Let’s understand what is Raw Honey.
All our Honey is available to our consumers as Raw Honey. Raw honey is essentially the same as it is found in a beehive. It’s been treated to a manual filtration process where honey is strained through a mesh or nylon cloth to eliminate impurities like dead bees and beeswax. Raw means the honey in its pure, unheated, unpasteurized and unprocessed form. Hence it preserves all the natural vitamins, essential minerals, enzymes, phytonutrients and other nutritional elements which are perhaps one of the most important characteristics and health benefits of the final product. Most of the commercial and supermarket honey is mostly pasteurized or treated with heat to slow down the process of crystallization so that it remains presentable on the shelves. Raw honey may crystallize or solidify over time. That’s the characteristics of a pure, natural Honey.
Presenting Unifloral VediCana Jamun Honey.
VediCana unifloral Jamun Honey is exclusively sourced from bees that collect nectar from Jamun tress. When there is Jamun flowering season, the Jamun honey harvest takes place. Honeybees love Jamun flowers as they are very rich in nectar. Its naturality comes from its unique aroma and its abundant bee pollen. Even holistic medicine practitioner advises Jamun fruit and its seeds for diabetic patients. Free from harmful additives, rich in vitamins and minerals like potassium, calcium, zinc, and vitamin C, and antioxidants found from Jamun. Consciously you can avoid table sugar and replace Honey in your diet with added advantages of low Glycemic Index. Research shows that honey has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities. That may be important for people with diabetes, who often have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies. Researchers believes Honey, unlike table sugar, may cause an increase in insulin, which is an important hormone for controlling blood sugar.
A review published in 2017 also explored the connection between honey and blood glucose in people with diabetes.
Reports suggest honey had the following effects:
Honey decreased fasting serum glucose, which a doctor measures after a person has fasted for at least 8 hours.
It increased levels of fasting C-peptide, which helps the pancreas know how much insulin to secrete and plays a crucial role in keeping blood sugar levels stable in a healthy range.
It increased 2-hour postprandial C-peptide levels, which indicate the amount of peptide after a person eats.
However we do not advocate use of Honey to control Diabetes, without proper guidance of your family physicians.
Though honey is a source of food & medicine at the same time, it can act like toxin in wrong combinations. Simply one can take one teaspoon of honey or you can add to a glass of water. In Ayurveda it is called Madhudaka and widely used in many ayurvedic medicines to enhance the medicinal effect on human system.
Certain wrong combinations are
Honey + Hotwater
Heating honey (Honey should never be taken hot)
Honey+Ghee (In equal quantity)