THE MAD HONEY NEPAL
This is pure mad honey, known as “cliff honey” or पागल मह, by the locals from high in the mountains of Lamjung Nepal. Cliff honey has been used in traditional medicine for millennia. It was widely known throughout the ancient world but has largely been forgotten until now. Mad Honey Nepal is dedicated to making this “Himalayan herb” available to world once again. Not only is mad honey useful for treating a number of conditions, including anxiety, stress, general pain, hypertension, stomach ailments, and migraines, it is renown for its stimulant properties. A small amount will produce a mild, calming, euphoric sensation, which increases overall feelings of contentedness and relaxation.
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (20 g)
Dosage recommendation: 1 teaspoon every day (for 30 days) stimulates cell regeneration and overall recovery of the body, improving significantly the immune system Around 2 to 3 tablespoons can create more intense effects. You can experience feelings as a surge of energy, euphoria, body relaxation and a sense of freedom. For a more powerful effect, we recommend eating the Himalayan Honey on an empty stomach.
Ingredient: 100% raw bee honey from Himalayan mountains
Source: Rhododendron flower.
Color: Dark amber shades with yellowish hues.
Flavour: Unique and bold aromatic profile with equally complex mysterious flavour. Very mild sweetness. Tangy with spicy undertones followed by a slightly bitter aftertaste. Physical
Consistency: Due to its high concentration of fructose, the Himalayan Honey crystallizes slowly and can remain as a thick liquid for a long period of time.
Organic status: Pure raw Mad Honey from Himlayan mountains Nepalese Government's Health and Hygiene certification Meets High Quality & Purity definitions Packed in Nepal
Strength: Potent XXX
Don't take big dosage, use this product wisely.
Minimal activity necessary for MEDICINAL USE .
Mad Honey should be stored in a safe place, out of the reach of children.
It should not replace any medical treatment, if you have any doubt, please ask your doctor.