A Special Taste
OGANIKO Forest honey is dark brown and very aromatic. It combines the aromas of forest vegetation, which is why it is famous for the balanced taste of resins, walnuts, hazelnuts, herbs, caramel, dry fruit. It differs from other types of honey by special chemical composition, since
Forest honeys have high levels of antioxidants, probiotics, vitamins and minerals. Its antibacterial and antifungal properties, and its consumption can promote good digestive health, strengthen the immune system and protect the body and skin from various ailments.
Forest honey, like dark honey, is a less sweet honey than others, so it is ideal for people looking for more powerful and less sweet flavors.
OGANIKO Forest honey has properties common to all honeys; bactericidal, antiseptic and healing and its high mineral and flavonoid content gives it specific properties.
It is rich in minerals and trace elements (potassium, phosphorus, calcium, sulphur, magnesium, manganese, zinc, iron and copper), and thus highly recommended for people with fatigue, anaemia and lack of appetite
Honey has anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties as well
Promotes digestive health and fights indigestion
Helps in curing coughs
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Acts as a soothing agent for sore throats
OGANIKO Forest Honey 🍯 is very good for you!
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Our quality promise
OGANIKO Honey is ensured by extensive in-house and independent testing, performed by a renowned German testing laboratory.
All our honey thoroughly tested to ensure that it has not been adulterated in any way, shape or form. We have adopted safeguards to reduce the chances our honey contains any unwanted added ingredients, such sugars or antibiotics.
Upon request, we are happy to provide you with the test results for your honey.
OGANIKO Raw honey is best described as honey “as it exists in the beehive” Once strained, raw honey is bottled and ready to be enjoyed.
Today, most honey on supermarket shelves is processed, usually through pasteurization, which involves intense heating. Many of these processed types of honey may contain added sugars.
Raw honey comes straight from the honeycomb, whereby the beekeeper will just filter the honey to remove small bits of debris, including pollen, beeswax, and parts of dead bees.
OGANIKO Honey is minimally processed – just coarse filtered to remove rough debris – honey goes in / honey goes out!
Our honey is not micro filtered, which is the filtration method used by large commercial honey processors.
Unless it’s specifically marked “raw,” much of the honey on supermarket shelves is actually pasteurized! Pasteurization is a process that destroys the yeast found in honey by applying high heat. This helps extend the shelf life, stops crystallization and makes it smoother, but