Neela Kurinji Honey is the Rarest and most exotic honey on planet Earth. It comes from bees that feed on the flowers of the Kurinji, Strobilanthes Kunthianus, which has the odd behavior of only flowering every 12 years. When it does, the blue-purple blooms cover the Nilgiris (translate to the Blue Mountains) and might be one reason they are called the blue mountains. Kurinji blossom season is celebrated as a festival in southern parts of the western ghats in India. The last bloom was in July 2018 and it was bliss to witness nature's miracle. Botanists And Nature Lovers From All Over The World Club Together In Kodaikanal And Munnar To Witness This Mesmerizing Event.
The Paliyans, an indigenous tribe that harvests this honey from hives in the forest, consider it highly nutritious. The tribes call it “Liquid Gold” as the demand for kurinji honey is high in value. Unlike other honey, it is dark and distinct in flavor. Wild Honey Hunters Feel Privileged To Own The Neela Kurinji Honey Collected. Kurinji honey is tastier, healthier, highly nutritious, and has medicinal value.
- Rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.
- Reduce high blood pressure and purifies the blood.
- It helps to improve our respiratory system.
As per the tribe that collects this honey,
- Consuming 100 gm of Kurunji hill honey with 100 gm of lukewarm water in the morning cures severe heart blocking.
- Consuming Kurunji honey with Juice helps in improving hemoglobin count.
*Above claims are not medically verified, but locals say they have seen this historically and their ancestors have given this knowledge to them.
Your Raw honey is packaged in a beautiful, recyclable, and reusable Jute Potli/Pouch. Use it as a handbag or store your jewelry.
*Please don't feed honey to infants less than 1-year-old, it may cause Infant Botulism