Sri Lanka Bee Honey with Organic Garcinia Cambogia
- Aids weight loss and helps reduce lipid deposits
- Known to restrict appetite
- A secret to glowing skin and a mood booster
- Known to help boost immunity
- Pure Sri Lankan Bee Honey combined with Garcinia Cambogia (Goraka) – A timeless Ayurvedic remedy – (The above claims are as per Ayurvedic practitioners)
- A smooth and delicious blend that can be taken by spoon (two teaspoons recommended per day – may cause constipation), mixed into a drink or used to add magic to your cooking
- An excellent alternative to sugar (bee honey is a low GI product)
- Contains pure, filtered, untreated and non pasteurised bee honey sourced from a network of Sri Lankan bee keepers
- Goodfolks supports this bee-keeping network by opening up new markets, sharing expert knowledge with them and working to upgrade their products to meet international standards
Bee Honey and Garcinia Cambogia, also known as Goraka fruit or Malabar Tamarind, combine their natural properties to create a powerful Ayurvedic blend renowned for aiding weight reduction and appetite suppression.
Sourced through Regenerative Agriculture practices, Goodfolks 100% Pure Bee’s Honey is obtained from a collective of farmers. This honey boasts a substantial pollen content and complete transparency, with no hidden additives. With its low Glycemic Index, it supports gradual sugar processing, making it beneficial for blood sugar management. The honey's tendency to crystallize in colder temperatures serves as a clear indicator of its authenticity.
Goodfolks' bee honey is entirely raw and meticulously filtered, removing minor debris like pollen, beeswax, and bee fragments. The honey remains unprocessed, unheated, and unpasteurized, preserving its natural nutrients and avoiding the added sugars found in many commercial honey products. Its slightly cloudy appearance, a result of the absence of refinement, safeguards its nutrient-rich and healing attributes.
Sri Lanka's bee honey holds a competitive edge due to the diverse pollen sources from various trees and plants. Unlike honey sourced from limited or single pollen origins elsewhere, the significant biodiversity in Sri Lanka's flora contributes to a wide range of pollen varieties with medicinal value.