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  • When is the Mad Honey Harvested in Nepal?

    When is the Mad Honey Harvested in Nepal?
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    In Nepal, mad honey is primarily harvested from the Himalayan cliffs by the Gurung and Magar ethnic groups. The harvesting season typically coincides with the blooming period of the rhododendron flowers, which occurs from April to May in the region. During this time, experienced honey hunters venture into the steep and remote areas of the… Read more

  • Nepal psychedelic honey: Truth about Mad Honey

    Nepal psychedelic honey: Truth about Mad Honey
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    Mad Honey contains grayanotoxins which can induce a range of effects, from mild euphoria and relaxation to more intense hallucinations and gastrointestinal discomfort.  The potency of these effects depends on factors such as the concentration of grayanotoxins in the honey and the amount ingested. Mad honey is produced by Apis dorsata laboriosa, the giant honeybee… Read more

  • Where to buy Mad Honey?

    Where to buy Mad Honey?
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    Mad honey, a mysterious and potent honey originating from the Himalayan regions of Nepal, has recently garnered significant online buzz. This unique honey, produced by bees that collect nectar from rhododendron flowers, has sparked curiosity and debate due to its unusual properties and potential risks. While online stores claim to offer “legitimate” mad honey, it’s… Read more

  • The Honey from the Foot Hills of the Himalayas

    The Honey from the Foot Hills of the Himalayas
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    Mad honey popularly also known as Himalayan or red honey is valued for its traditional healing properties. It is harvested from a cliff amidst a red rhododendron forest. The Hilly and mountain region of Nepal harbors medicinal plants like Acacia catechu, Bacopa monnieri, Bombax ceiba, Drymaria diandra, Rauvolfia serpentina, Tribulus, etc. giant Himalayan honey bee collects nectar from the… Read more

  • Why does Nepalese honey make you high?

    Why does Nepalese honey make you high?
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    If the mad honey were to be ever given a synonym then it would be “uniqueness”. As mad honey possesses distinct virtues of earthly smell, rich texture and taste, medicinal benefit, and recreational effect. Being the only honey with two in one benefit, it stands out to be the most vibrant and rarest honey in… Read more

  • Mad Honey History: Consumption, Poisoning Effects, Treatments

    Mad Honey History: Consumption, Poisoning Effects, Treatments
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    Mad honey Intoxication and remedy  Mad honey, also known as red, pale, or semi-liquid honey, is characterized by its distinct aroma reminiscent of a blend of mud and flowers. This unique variety of honey is derived from the wild honey bee species known as Apis dorsata laboriosa. These honey bee breeds are among the largest… Read more

  • Himalayan honey-A part of the livelihood of mountain families in Lamjung

    Himalayan honey-A part of the livelihood of mountain families in Lamjung
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    During early civilization, groups of families and tribes frequently migrated in search of better locations with adequate resources and suitable environments to settle. Similarly, many years ago, tribes of Gurung and Ghale people departed from Tibet and embarked on a journey in pursuit of such a place. Deliberately, they chose to settle in the mid-hills… Read more

  • Mad honey – A product of the Natural Bee Keeping process

    Mad honey – A product of the Natural Bee Keeping process
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    Beekeeping, with its myriad health benefits attributed to honey, has been a revered horticultural practice for millennia. Despite facing an uncertain future, bees are being offered environments by astute businessmen that provide them with a fighting chance for survival, and perhaps even the opportunity to flourish. The methods employed in honey production, including crop spraying,… Read more