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TUALANG HONEY

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Premium

Tualang Gold Honey

8.8oz / 250g

Total Activity 10.5+

Pollen Count 6.5M+

Supreme Choice

for Adjuvant Therapy

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Tualang Black Honey

10oz / 280g

Total Activity 11.5+

Pollen Count 4M+

Intense Choice

for Therapy & Rehabilitation

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Tualang Yellow Honey

10oz / 280g

Total Activity 9.5+

Pollen Count 2.4M+

Mild Choice

for Children Maintenance

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Premium

Tualang Black Honey

13oz / 375g

Total Activity 14+

Pollen Count 4.8M+

Intense Choice

for Therapy & Rehabilitation

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Tualang Red Honey

10oz / 280g

Total Activity 10+

Pollen Count 3.2M+

Moderate Choice

for Health Maintenance

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Tualang Tasting Pack

1.8oz / 50g x 3 jars

Total Activity 9.5+ to 11.5+

Pollen Count 2.4M+ to 4M+

Tasting Jars for

Black, Red & Yellow Honey

 

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AWARDS  WINNING
TUALANG  HONEY

 


 

 



 



HARVESTING FROM
80-
METER  HEIGHT TREETOP



 

 

Local honey farmer climbs up and down along the Tualang trunks at over 80-meter height to collect Tualang Honey.

 

Honey squeezing and filtration by traditional handcraft retains 100% of the rainforest pollen grains and nutrient essence in the honey.

 

Each jar of Health Harvest Tualang Honey is a treasure

from The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.



 



WHAT IS TUALANG HONEY?



 

 

 

100% pure Tualang Honey harvesting from The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatrawhich is located in Sumatra Island of Indonesia, being one of the World's three major tropical rainforest areas.

 

The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra was listed by the World Natural Heritage and the World Heritage in 2004 and 2011.

 

Inside the rainforest, the unique species - the majestic Tualang Tree and the Asian Giant Bee Apis Dorsata nourish each other and give birth to the precious Tualang Honey.

Hundreds of tropical rainforest plants contribute unique medicinal properties of Tualang Honey making it becoming one of the most sought-after honey of the World in recent years.

 

Tualang Honey has a high concentration of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, anti-bacterial compounds and other phytochemicals known to fight growth of unwelcome cell and support cardiovascular health.

 

Scientific research shows that the antioxidant phenolic compounds (flavonoids & phenolic acids) contained in Tualang Honey have proven to surpass the internationally renowned Manuka Honey.

THE TROPICAL RAINFOREST HERITAGE OF SUMATRA

- Superior Geographical Area Contributing

Special Organic Nectar Source

The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra is located within the World's three major tropical rainforests. It was listed by UNESCO as the World Natural Heritage and World Heritage List in 2004 and 2011 respectively. Its unique geographical environment and equatorial climate give species excellent growth conditions, and more than a thousand species of plants and animals inhabit there.

The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra is situated on the Equator close to zero degrees latitude. This area enjoys year-round hot weather and abundant rainfall, with annual average temperature of 26 ℃ and annual rainfall of 2,000 millimeters. Seasonal differences are not obvious. The succession rate of biomes is extremely fast. It is a habitat for more than half of the animals and plants on the Earth. More than 1/4 of the modern medicines are extracted from wild plants of tropical rainforest. Therefore, tropical rainforest is also known as the World's Largest Pharmacy.

 

The unique geographical environment of tropical rainforest gives excellent growth condition to wild plants. Hundreds species of rainforest wild plants with recognized efficacy to human health blooming throughout the year, contributing year-round stable supply of organic nectar sources to Tualang Honey.

 

Apis Dorsata swarms build giant beehives in disc-shape under trunks of Tualang Trees and collect nectar within the 5 kilometer area surrounding the beehives. It takes around 20 days to get honey mature. The ripening process is 100% natural without influence from human factors. Common honey quality issues like sugar adulterated, sugar or antibiotics feeding, pesticide residue do not happen to Tualang Honey. Food safety is guaranteed.

 

Studies have proven that Tualang Honey contains more bioactive compounds than other honeys, including flavonoids, phenols, yeasts, enzymes, minerals and amino acids. Special nectar sources create unique taste, fragrance and therapeutic value, making Tualang Honey incomparable to other honeys.

 

Most farmed honeys are produced from temperate regions close to urban areas, where it is common to have nectar shortage due to seasonal factors.  Some honey farmers are used to feed artificial sugar to the bee swarms so as to maintain their lives. Honey produced by the bees inevitably contains artificial sugars and loses natural nutrients.

APIS DORSATA

- Special Wild Honeybee Species

Like Apis Dorsata, Tualang Tree is also unique to tropical rainforest in Southeast Asia region. Its trunks are strong and often used for luxury furniture. In early years, they were often felled illegally. Nowadays, it is very difficult to find Tualang Tree. In Sumatra, for example, it is estimated about 200 Tualang Trees remain in the tropical rainforest, most of which are located in the deep rainforest area. With the increasing awareness over rainforest protection, local government has classified Tualang Tree as endangered tree species. Illegal logging is prohibited.

 

Like Apis Dorsata, Tualang Tree is also unique to tropical rainforest in Southeast Asia region. Its trunks are strong and often used for luxury furniture. In early years, they were often felled illegally. Nowadays, it is very difficult to find Tualang Tree. In Sumatra, for example, it is estimated about 200 Tualang Trees remain in the tropical rainforest, most of which are located in the deep rainforest area. With the increasing awareness over rainforest protection, local government has classified Tualang Tree as endangered tree species. Illegal logging is prohibited.

TUALANG TREE

- The King of Tropical Rainforest in Southeast Asia

Like Apis Dorsata, Tualang Tree is also unique to tropical rainforest in Southeast Asia region. Its trunks are strong and often used for luxury furniture. In early years, they were often felled illegally. Nowadays, it is very difficult to find Tualang Tree. In Sumatra, for example, it is estimated about 200 Tualang Trees remain in the tropical rainforest, most of which are located in the deep rainforest area. With the increasing awareness over rainforest protection, local government has classified Tualang Tree as endangered tree species. Illegal logging is prohibited.

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Tualang Tree is the King of all wild plants in tropical rainforest of Southeast Asia. It is the tallest tree species with aeast 80 meters height. It takes at least 10 people to embrace its tree base.

 

Apis Dorsata particularly prefers building natural beehives under the majestic trunks of Tualang Trees. Honey from the beehives are named as Tualang Honey.

 

One Tualang Tree can have more than 100 beehives hanging under the trunks with width size of 2-3 meters. Each beehive represents an independent colony with more than 30,000 Apis Dorsata living inside.

WILDLY HARVESTING NATURALLY MATURE ON

TUALANG TREE

In Sumatra, all the Tualang Trees are located in the deepest rainforest area. In every harvesting journey, local honey farmers travel long distance from village to the designated Tualang Tree. There is no human activity along the road. In some locations, honey farmers even need to walk few hours after get off from motor bike to reach the designated Tualang Tree. Due to safety concern, honey farmers shall complete harvesting before evening to avoid stay overnight in the rainforest area. Every honey harvesting journey is very challenging.

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Honey farmers collect Tualang Honey through the most primitive method. On the majestic trunks of Tualang Tree, they select mature Tualang Honey based on experience. The process does not involve any firework and machine. As Tualang beehives are formed in natural irregular shape, Tualang Honey is extracted from the beehive through direct squeezing by hand. Bee venom, royal jelly, bee pollen and other substances in the beehive are mixed together and contained in Tualang Honey, making Tualang Honey rich in natural nutrients and having a higher therapeutic value than other honeys.

 

Matured Tualang Honey is rich in bioactive compounds, including flavonoids, phenols, yeasts, enzymes, minerals and amino acids. These natural substances must be assembled by Apis Dorsata, but not made artificially.

 

Some honey products selling in the market are labelled as wild honey. In fact, these honeys are most likely farmed honeys. Honey farmers place the artificial beehive boxes in the wild area. But the honey ripening process is influenced by honey farmers. According to market reports, farmed honeys have reported issues of sugar feeding, adulteration, residual antibiotics, pesticides and artificial ripening. These honeys do not have natural therapeutic value and is even harmful to human health. Consumers shall purchase honey products from reputable stores.

 

 
 







TUALANG HONEY
vs

OTHER HONEY 




 

 

Tualang honey is a rare and precious wild honey species, which is totally different from farmed honey in terms of honey bee species, nectar sources, ripening process and harvesting method, leading to its incomparable taste, aroma and efficacy.

As a result of environmental pollution and climate change, it is very difficult to find authentic wild honey. Honey products selling in the market are most likely from honey farms. Wild honey harvesting from tropical rainforest area is even a rare treasure. Each jar of Tualang Honey selling in the consumer market is the most original taste delivered from The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.

Tualang Honey

Manuka Honey

Other Honey

Origin

Tropical

Rainforest

of Southeast Asia

New Zealand /

Australia

General

Temperate

Areas

Bee Spices

Apis Dorsata

Apis Mellifera

Apis Mellifera /

Apis Cerana

Multi-floral

Nectar Source

Mono-floral

Mono-floral

Wildly Ripen

Production

Domesticated

Domesticated

> 2,000,000

< 100,000

Pollen per

10g Honey

< 20,000