Raw Honey – Clover Honey

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  • Region: New Zealand
  • Price range: mid, mid-high, high, exclusive
  • Colour: light (light amber)
  • Crystallization: quick (into very fine crystals)
  • Taste: creamy (delicate with hints of freshly cut grass or hay)
  • Sweetness: very sweet
  • Most suitable for: Daily use, when used it to sweeten the tea, clover honey increases its therapeutic effect.


More information:

Clover (Trifolium) is a genus of about 300 species of plants, in the leguminous pea family, Fabaceae. Nearly all clover plants are native to the temperate zone. Many types are found in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and South America. In North America there are several native types of clover, but most of the cultivated varieties were introduced from Europe.

In the United States clover honey has the largest production compared to other flavored honey. In New Zealand clover honey is the most common honey type. More recently, dairying has become a significant part of the New Zealand rural scene and clover is a major component of pasture in progressive dairy farms where it minimizes the need for synthetic fertilizers with their high carbon footprint.

Clover honey has antiseptic, diuretic, depurative, antidiarrheal and expectorant properties. Because of these it is used in: fluid retention, diarrhea, viral respiratory infections and flu. Clover honey also helps in fixing calcium in bones.


Additional information

Weight 500 g



New Zealand



Health Benefits

Clover honey beneficial for anti-aging, helps in treating burns, cough suppressant, heals liver problems, regulates blood pressure.

The daily intake of 1-2 teaspoons of clover honey in the early morning assists in lowering the blood pressure.

Consume 1-2 tsp. of clover honey regularly which helps to cure the liver problems. It also eliminates the tumor growth in the liver and also enhances the bowel movements

Storage & Usage

Product Storage:

  • Avoid direct sun light, the best place is cupboard or pantry.
  • The ideal temperature for storage is between 15°C and 25° C.
  • Should not keep it in the fridge since the cold makes the honey to crystallize.
  • Once opened, ensure close it again well to be preserved well and not lose their active ingredients.
  • Honeys tend to come with a date of consumption, although this date is only an indication that honey does not spoil. Over time it’s tend to crystallize but not spoil.

Product Consumption:

  • Can eat directly or add to water, tea, smoothie or drizzle over breakfast.
  • Soothing drink helps relaxing
  • Not suitable for infants under 12 months