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Let’s Live – a social enterprise with a difference

By |2021-12-11T21:50:30+05:30March 21, 2021|

“‘Let’sLive’ is a social empowerment enterprise committed to enhancing and improving the livelihoods of tribal and farming communities. We work directly with small scale farmers so that our customers can get access to products that are natural, pristine and picked from the lap of nature. We encourage and provide advice for practicing ethical farming ... Read More

Why honey is an important addition in your pantry?

By |2021-12-11T21:50:49+05:30February 21, 2021|

Honey, also known as DevaMadhu or elixir of gods is one of the most versatile foods on our planet available for our species. We can trace human consumption of honey to thousands of years back in history. What is it that makes honey so appealing to us? Essentially regurgitated flower nectar, honey is one of ... Read More

Sleep Promoter

By |2021-12-11T21:53:20+05:30January 14, 2021|

Raw honey promotes restorative sleep in two ways. By consuming honey before bedtime, it restocks the liver’s glycogen supply and prevents the brain from triggering a crisis search for fuel, which can wake you up. Secondly, eating raw honey fosters the release of melatonin in the brain by creating a small spike in insulin levels, which stimulates the release of tryptophan in ... Read More

Honey : Wound & Ulcer Healer

By |2021-12-11T21:53:47+05:30January 7, 2021|

Honey-infused bandages are known to aid healing. Peter Charles Molan at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, has found in multiple studies that honey is a natural antibacterial with wound-healing effects. He also found that honey reacts with the body’s fluids to make hydrogen peroxide, creating an inhospitable environment for bacteria. In addition, “Concentrations ... Read More

Raw Honey: Counters Pollen Allergies

By |2021-12-11T21:53:01+05:30December 31, 2020|

Raw honey contains bee pollen, which is known to ward off infections, provide natural allergy relief and boost overall immunity. Honey’s ability to prevent allergies is based on a concept called immunotherapy. How so? The bees in your neighborhood go from flower to flower collecting pollen that causes you to suffer, but when a ... Read More

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