Jamun – it’s the only honey that tastes bitter in the world, Jamun is not a shrub or plant, they are trees growing on a wide range of soils and climatic conditions, and hence they are also found in abundance along the Western Ghats region. The flowering season occurs in august over the Western Ghats and the honey collected will be limited as the availability is less. Jamun honey is rich in iron content and hence helps in blood purification and improves
haemoglobin content ensuring oxygenated blood throughout the body. Its also a rich in minerals and vital source of vitamin A and vitamin C ensuring the goodness of skin and eye. Its natural cooling properties enable it in curing digestive problems. Its keeps oily skin smooth, fresh and acne free with its astringent properties.