1mg, best e pharmacy in India
Rs. 122


(250 GM liquid in bottle)
Product Details
Honey has been used for its medicinal and therapeutic value for centuries in India. Dabur India Limited saw the potential of honey beyond its remedial value, helping every household imbibe the goodness of this natural wonder liquid in their day-to-day life
Dabur Honey launched as a food product
As the largest player in the branded honey market, Dabur has the back-up of widely spread sourcing and stringent quality control measures
Dabur honey sourced selectively from the Himalayas, the Nilgiris and the Sunderbans forests 
Collection process follows stringent quality checks to ensure even raw unfiltered honey is of best quality
Raw honey is filtered & cleaned of impurities such as dust, pollen and wax at state-of-the-art facilities 
Entire process is mechanized and untouched by hands to ensure hygienic conditions 
Dabur Honey conforms strictly with all statutory requirements of Agmark, the PFA and international norms for purity 
Dabur Honey scored the highest on the main parameters of honey purity in a recent analysis of all Indian branded and unbranded honey.
ASHCO Certification for Quality Dabur Honey ranked 'Best Buy' by CERS (Express News Service, Ahmedabad, December 26)HACCP certification
The following are the benefits that just a teaspoon of honey a day brings with it:
Weight management
A Spoon of honey taken with warm water in the morning is traditionally known to be useful in weight management.
Sugar substitute
Honey is a healthier substitute to sugar when looking to reduce weight as it has lesser calories than sugar and contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which are good for health.
Aids Digestion
Honey when used in your diet is known to aid in digestion.
Cough and cold
Honey is known to help in cough and throat irritation.
Beautiful Skin
Honey is known to be useful for the skin because of its moisturizing and nourishing properties.


Content on this page was last updated on 19 March, 2015, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)