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Hyness Honey

Ajwain Honey

Extracting Time: October - November | Geographical location: Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan

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A typical ajwain flower is a bunch made of several tiny florets, white in colour.

Bees that feed on these flowers combine the sweetness of honey with the pungent and spicy flavour of carrom seeds, leaving you with a pleasant aftertaste. 

Ajwain, an aromatic herb with a distinctive taste is widely used across India in various ways. It is known to be therapeutic in case of cold, cough, and stomach ache.

 Kind of flower: Agro-based ajwain (carrom) plants
Scientific Name:  Trachyspermum ammi (family- Apiaceae)
Taste: Spicy
Dark Amber


It usually takes 7-8 business days for orders to be delivered.


AGMARK is a certification mark for agricultural produce, assuring that they conform to a grade standard notified by Directorate of Marketing & Inspection (DMI), Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare under Agricultural Produce (Grading Marking) Act, 1937.To know more about AGMARK Special Grade, click here.


Crystallisation occurs over time in most kinds of honey due to various factors. The floral source in which the bees forage influences the rate of this natural process. Cold temperatures can speed up the rate of crystallisation.

Keep your honey stored at room temperature and do not freeze until you prefer crystallised honey. While crystallised honey is perfectly edible and loved by a few, it can be liquified by placing it in hot water (not boiling) or sunlight.

Nutritional Information

Energy:320 kcal;Carbohydrate:80 gm;Natural Sugar: 80 gm;Added Sugar:0 gm;Protein:0 gm;Fat:0 gm;Sodium:17 mg;Potassium: 138 mg;Calcium:13 mg;Iron: 15 mg; Phosphorus: 5 mg

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