Sri Lanka Bee Honey with Organic Garlic
- Helps lower blood pressure
- Reduces bad cholesterol
- Improves digestion
- Helps fight inflammation (known to have antibacterial and antiviral properties)
- Gives a boost to your immunity among a host of other benefits
- Pure Sri Lankan Bee Honey combined with organic garlic powder – A timeless Ayurvedic remedy – The above claims are as per Ayurvedic practioners.
- This is a delicious and smooth blend that is easy to consumer when compared with whole garlic cloves that are not pleasant to bite into
- Two teaspoons per day is the recommended dose. Can be eaten as is, added to a drink or used in cooking for a flare of mysterious magic
- 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
The combination of Bee Honey and Garlic is a potent blend with numerous health benefits, rooted in traditional medicine practices like Ayurveda. Goodfolks 100% Pure Bee’s Honey is obtained using Regenerative Agriculture methods from a group of farmers in Sri Lanka. This honey boasts a rich pollen content and contains no hidden additives. Its low Glycemic Index implies a gradual sugar absorption, making it beneficial for managing blood sugar levels. The crystallization of the product at cooler temperatures signals its authenticity.
Goodfolks bee honey is both 100% raw and filtered, maintaining its natural qualities. It remains unheated, untreated, and unpasteurized, preserving its nutrients and avoiding added sugars often found in other honey products. The appearance might be slightly cloudy due to the lack of refinement, which would otherwise strip it of its healing properties.
Sri Lanka's bee honey stands out due to the diverse pollen sources from various trees and plants. Unlike honey from other regions that often comes from limited sources, the biodiversity in Sri Lanka results in a high variety of pollen with medicinal value.