LOADED WITH NATURE’S GOODNESS
From the heart of the dense jungles of the Western Ghats, Central Forests, and North Eastern Forests of India – we bring you raw forest honey that you will love for both its sweetness and medicinal properties. The added natural cinnamon enhances these properties by acting as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal agent.
THE BENEFITS IT BRINGS TO YOU
Reverses the ageing process
Boosts immune function
Promotes good gut health
Reduces effects of arthritis
Promotes oral health
Why choose Miresi Raw Forest Honey with Cinnamon?
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Stir honey into coffee or tea
Add lemon juice for enhanced taste and benefits
Use honey to sweeten your dressings or marinades
Spread raw honey over whole-grain toast or pancakes
Mix honey into yoghurt, cereal, or oatmeal for natural sweetness
Mix honey into yoghurt, cereal, or oatmeal for a more natural sweetener
Raw forest honey infused with cinnamon
Generally, 3-5 tablespoons of honey a day is recommended, but there is no right dosage for honey consumption.
Although honey has been linked to amazing health benefits, consuming too much may have adverse effects. Thus, it’s best to use honey as a replacement for other forms of sugar and enjoy it in moderation. Our high-quality honey can be part of a healthy, well-rounded diet.
Like with anything new, if you are consuming raw honey for the first time, it is ideal to start with a small serving size and then proceed to a larger serving size.
Please note: While raw honey has amazing health benefits, we do not recommend it for infants younger than a year old. This is due to a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum, which can cause infant botulism, is sometimes found in both raw and pasteurised honey. Once a child is one year old, their digestive system has matured enough to kill the bacteria.
This product is only meant to be used as a dietary supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any ailments. In fact, it is recommended that you consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, nursing, or have a known medical condition.