Black plum is very famous fruit in India where it is well known as Jamun and belongs to the Myrtaceae family. Jamun Honey is sourced from bees that feed and forage primarily on Jamun blossoms. It is collected from Malnad region of Karnataka and harvested in August when the flowers blossom. Jamun honey possesses the essence of Jamun flora in its divine form.
Jamun honey is a very good remedy for the people suffering from diabetes, it ha a low glycemic index which keeps blood sugar level under check as well as cures common diabetes symptoms and complications like excess thirst, urination etc.
In Ayurveda, honey is used to treat high blood pressure, diabetes, skin conditions, periodontal infections, throat infections and allergies.
Honey contains an enzyme that makes hydrogen peroxide which makes it antibacterial and anti-fungal.
Besides excellent nutritional value, it can also be also used as a calming and sedative agent.
Honey has the ability to inhibit ulcers and prevent cancer.
Honey improve metabolism, which keeps our body slim and fit.
It is a rich source of antioxidants and helps prevent premature aging, cardiovascular diseases and improve eyesight.
Honey has anti-inflammatory effects. It is used to relieve a cough, cold and sore throat pain.
The drying effect of the simple sugars and honey’s antibacterial nature helps soothe injuries and prevent infections.
Taste and Usage:
Jamun honey contains the essence of jamun in its divine form, it comparatively less sweet than other honeys, it is said to have a wonderful lingering aftertaste. Jamun honey
is a great addition to baked goods and sauces.
Precautions and Storage:
Honey is a miracle of nature, it never goes bad. It was reported that archaeologists found 2000-year-old jars of honey in Egyptian tombs and they still tasted pure and delicious.
Honey should not be heated or mixed with hot foods.
Honey should not be refrigerated, it accelerates the honey’s crystallization*. Store honey in room temperature.
Honey should never be mixed with fermented beverages like whiskey, rum, brandy etc.
Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age.
Crystallization* is the natural process in which liquid in honey becomes solid. If your honey crystallizes, simply place the honey jar in warm water and stir until the crystals dissolve.