Our Wildflower honey, is polyfloral, produced by honey bees using nectar from many different flower species. The different combinations of wildflowers, in addition to seasonal variations between summer and autumn , make this a very special and unique variety of honey.
We have honey and cinnamon every morning to help have healthy joints and lower cholesterol levels. Using this delicious honey made it a pleasure to drink. It’s absolutely fabulous on toast too. I intend to substitute the sugar with this honey in recipes wherever possible.
Nice big jar at a good price and it tastes so nice. It doesn’t have a strong flavour and it’s great to eat off a spoon. I love it and hope you try it too. Delivered safely within 48 hours. Well packaged.
Very carefully wrapped. One box into another one. and honey jar wrapped in bubbly plastic. Excellent quality product and by the flavour and texture can say that is raw and unpasteurized. I will buy it again
I have bought dozens of different honeys over the years. I Really like this one. Lovely flavour great texture. Would highly recommend.
Wildflower honey health benefits
Helps alleviate effects of stress and excessive nervous tension
A good source of multiple essential nutrients like B vitamins and vitamin C, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus
Has a natural antibacterial effect
Thought to have more therapeutic benefits than monofloral honeys
Raw, unprocessed & unheated honey is good for low blood sugar levels, low energy levels and fatigue
Good for colds, flu and other respiratory infections
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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