Give the unique gift of gratitude the Aseda Wild Honey way. This hand branded Aseda box is filled with a 12oz jar, 6 Aseda Honey Energy Packs and a few Aseda stickers. The box is made sustainably by a small family business and is fire branded with the Aseda logo. This box is perfect to re-use.
Aseda Wild Honey comes from the remote and pristine Mole National Forest of Ghana, Africa. Sustainably harvested by the Gonjas and Dagomba people that make up the Aseda Bee Keepers cooperative. Aseda Wild Honey contains no chemicals, pesticides or GMO pollen. Aseda Wild Honey is Non-GMO verified and in the process of the USDA organic certification. Here at Aseda, we call Aseda Wild Honey “ancient organic,” do to the natural, unadulterated form found in foods before the need to label and certify. It is dark and possesses a unique flavor. Our honey is pure, nutrient-dense and raw. The taste will transport you to a time before industry, cities and pollution. A taste and experience like that of our wild and vital ancestors.
Bold Flavor For Gourmet Cooking:
Used in meat marinades, fish glaze, cheese, chocolate & fruit pairings, salad dressings & smoothies.
Support Athletic Performance:
For a raw, healthy energy boost, muscle-building & recovery and for increased power & speed.
Use as a digestive aid, skin treatment and wound healing. Immune system booster, anti-carcinogenic & anti-inflammatory. Use at night as a sleep aid. Use to regenerate the balance of your micro-biome. Brown/black honey in the Ayurvedic Tradition is said to deliver medicine, including the elements found in Aseda Wild Honey, to the tissue depth of bone marrow. In Chinese Medicine, Aseda Wild Honey’s brown/black color classifies it as a longevity food.
Use as cleansing mask, moisturizer, acne & eczema. Stimulates cell growth.
When you buy the Aseda Gift Box you are:
-Growing healthy bee populations.
-Protecting a wildlife preserve and ancient forest, an indigenous bee population and bio-diversity.
-Helping Non-GMO policy and efforts.
-Voting with your dollars.
-Eating foods in their natural and most vibrant state.
-Supporting an industry and empowerment project for indigenous peoples.
-Creating global bridges.