An all-purpose remedy for your entire family

Can Tulsi Honey be taken instead of cough syrup?

The research shows that bees make a protein that they add to the honey, called defensin-1, which can be used to develop new drugs that could combat antibiotic-resistant infections. This is the very protein that helps you fight cough and anti-viral infections. In fact, in many cases, it has been proved that honey might be more beneficial than over-the-counter medicines that contain dextromethorphan (DM), a cough suppressant.
Hence, a spoonful of honey just before bed might be the remedy you have been looking for a night of cough-free sleep.
Try the following ways to add honey to your daily routine:
1. Ginger with honey for dry cough
2. Turmeric and honey in warm milk for cough, sinusitis, and asthma
3. Black pepper, ginger and tulsi honey for combating effects of air pollution


Tulsi honey is single-origin honey made from the flowers of Holy Basil or Tulsi herb. Tulsi honey has a deep amber hue, which may change over time as it ages – but this has no bearing on the quality. Tulsi honey is mild and sweet with herbal notes. Filled with the goodness of tulsi and honey, this honey is a great addition to your diet and health.
Tulsi has been a staple in Ayurvedic concoctions for centuries, and is one of the most calming and sattvic herbs that can benefit just about anyone. Tulsi is said to be high in sattva, embodying lightness and clarity, which is why it is able to heighten awareness and mental clarity.
Tulsi is said to have the ability to boost ojas (healthier immune system) and prana (life force). Being an adaptogenic herb, Tulsi is known for its ability to reduce stress and help the body rejuvenate.

In Ayurveda, honey is considered to be a “yogavahi” or bio-enhancer. When taken with any food or medication it amplifies its quality and allows all its goodness – to penetrate deeply into the body


Our pure and natural Tulsi honey is slightly more expensive compared to the processed, treated, and de-natured varieties that are widely available in the market today – and with good reason.
Our unique patented frames automate the extraction of excess honey from hives, that flows into a detachable pod from which it is packaged and directly packaged and delivered to you.
 At Eiwa we consistently work towards improving and maintaining the health and comfort of bees and providing better livelihoods for our beekeeper partners. 



Immunity Booster

Rich in potent antioxidants, Tulsi honey helps fight free radicals in cells, which trigger diseases like cancer, influenza, and arthritis. The phenolic compounds (flavonoids) contained within it extend the antioxidant power.


Reduces Stress

Tulsi is known as a great stress-reliever, and this includes physical, metabolic and mental stress. Being an adaptogen, in Ayurveda it is recommended as a preventive measure to enable the body to adapt to psychological and physical stress. Ayurvedic practitioners recommend the regular consumption of tulsi tea as an essential lifestyle practice. When it comes to metabolic stress which can arise as a result of poor diet, inadequate physical activity and psychological stress, Tulsi works to exert anti-inflammatory effects, similar to drugs like ibuprofen. Physically, Tulsi addresses stress by enhancing cellular and physiological adaptive functions.


Anti-Aging Properties

Tulsi honey is a beauty tonic. Being rich in antioxidants, it naturally slows down premature ageing and helps clear the skin of acne and blemishes. It is also great for the hair, strengthening it from the root and helping prevent hair loss.


Relieves Throat, Cough & Flu Symptoms

Tulsi honey has impressive antibacterial activity, even when used in a minimal amount. When mixed with turmeric or cinnamon powder, it helps alleviate cough, cold, sinusitis, sinus pressure, etc.


Heart Health

Tulsi honey lowers bad cholesterol levels in the blood. It results in decreased fat accumulation in the heart vessels thereby preventing the occurrence of heart attacks. It also improves blood circulation and helps reduce fatigue and loss of breath.


Cancer Treatment

Tulsi honey can be taken to help prevent cancer of the lung. The phytochemicals present in Tulsi have a strong antioxidant property, which helps protect from cancers of the skin, liver and lungs, as well as oral cancer.


  • Take 2-3 tablespoons as-is daily for optimum health.
  • Add a few drops to your black tea with a little lemon juice for a stimulating beverage
  • Drizzle as a sweetener on cupcakes, pancakes, waffles or fresh bread. (Tip - it also enhances the taste of savory curries!)
  • Apply topically on wounds and burns for effective healing.
  • Make a facemask using equal amounts of Tulsi honey, olive oil, and almond oil. Apply on your face and wash after 15 minutes. It will leave your skin soft, supple and feeling lustrous.
  •  For sore throat, 1 tablespoon of honey whenever the throat feels itchy. Don’t exceed more than 4 times a day

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