Narmada river is the third longest river in India and its ancient name is Rewa Nadi (Rewa River). Narmada Wild Honey has distinctive properties of trees and plants growing at the banks of Narmada river in Rajpipla and Kevadiya of Narmada district. Wild plants of Narmada include Teak (Tectona Grandis) and Bamboo (Bambusa Vulgaris) trees. Bamboo is one of the fastest growing crops and teak is also very popular for its quality of wood used to make furniture and home accessories. The honey made from these trees is very nutritious and has healing properties for physical wounds.
Information of the honey collection
Honey Bee species: Apis mellifera,
Honey Color: Reddish,
Harvesting & Extraction period: December to February ,
Origin: Narmada district. And Area of Kewadiya Colony
Narmada Wild Honey
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