Wild cliff honey has been collected as part of the tradition by the endemic people of Nepalese mountains since time immemorial. Giant bees in the foot hills of Himalayas mainly collect pollens from rhododendron flowers to make honey. They built huge nest on the cliffs ranging up to 5 feets in diameter. This honey has a hallucinogenic effect because of grayanotoxin, a toxin found in the pollen of rhododendron flowers. Villagers have a strong belief in this honey being a powerful tonic that enhances overall vitality and libido. This honey is also know as mad honey because of its psychoactive properties.
In studies, raw cliff honey has been found to have incredible amount of enzymes, minerals, and antioxidants. Traditionally it has been used, along with other herbs, to treat viral infections and common cold. Unlike normal honey, it has distinct aroma and complex deep sweet flavor.
Precaution 1: To refrain from hallucinogenic effect or any bad experiences, this honey should not be ingested more than 20g (1 or 2 table spoon) within the span of 24 hours.
Precaution 2: Do not consume on empty stomach. In doing so may induce stomach ache or abdominal discomfort due to presence of raw fructose with live enzymes and probiotics.
Color and flavor of this honey might not be always the same due to the different species and colors of flower pollen present in hunted site and also with age color of honey becomes more dark. Psychoactive properties is also not identical to all people. People with weak immune system or some disease may be more susceptible to hallucination while healthy people might not feel the psychoactive properties even after consuming 2 table spoons.
Wild cliff raw honey is an excellent recipe for honey facial mask. Combined with organic cinnamon powder and pure shilajit resin, wild cliff honey facial mask gives you the best skin that you have always dreamed of.