What is mad honey?
Mad honey is a type of honey produced by bees that forage on rhododendron flowers, which contain grayanotoxins. This slightly bitter yet tasty product can be beneficial for people who want to relax and alleviate symptoms of different health conditions.
This honey is a product of the natural beekeeping process, and since it is hard to gather, finding mad honey for sale isn’t easy. We are offering you an exciting opportunity to try lab-tested mad honey from Nepal and Turkey Black Sea region.
WHY IS IT CALLED MAD HONEY?
The reason why rhododendron honey is called mad or hallucinogenic is that it contains grayanotoxins. When ingested in high amounts, these toxins could cause hallucinations or “mad” behavior. That’s why it’s important to control the dosage according to the distributor’s advice.
What are Grayanotoxins?
Grayanotoxins are a group of closely related toxins found in rhododendrons and other plants from the family Ericaceae. They are named after the genus Rhododendron’s former name, “Grayanotoxon”.