At Galho, we believe in the power of change
and the impact individuals can make when they come together for a common cause.
That’s why we’re proud to introduce “Project Pollinate,” our heartfelt initiative
to save the bees and support our farmers which will help us nurture a sustainable future for all.
If you’re ready to be the change and make a positive impact on Nagaland’s biodiversity, this initiative is for you.
Together, we can ensure a thriving ecosystem for generations to come, support local beekeepers,
and make Nagaland a better, brighter, greener place for all.

Join us in our mission to save the bees by adopting a beehive.
Your adopted beehive box will be gifted to a bee keeper.
Your support can make a world of difference.

#GalhoImpact

Galho Wild Forest Honey

GALHO Honey stands out as the epitome of pure honey, offering a taste of nature’s finest nectar. Sourced from pristine floral landscapes of Nagaland, our honey is crafted with unwavering commitment to quality and authenticity. GALHO currently works with beekeepers from the districts of Kohima, Phek, Zunheboto, Mokokchung and the Eastern parts of Nagaland. We take pride in our sustainable and ethical beekeeping practices, ensuring the well-being of the bees and our environment.

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Apis Cerana Honey (Wild Flower)- Gift

900.00 (Incl taxes & shipping)

Apis Cerana Honey (Wildflower) is a random selection of the local flora that grows in the region in Northeast India. Its flavor and strength are dependent on the season and the preference of wild honeybees. Organic and raw honey collected from Wildflowers offer the maximum available antioxidant, antibacterial, and health-promoting benefits possible from this variety.

Weight320 g

Testimonials

“The galho honey brings back childhood memories of the pure honey that our grandmother used to feed us”

– Asen (Dimapur)

“love the product, the authenticity and the stories”

– Shivangi (Delhi)

“Met Medo at the hornbill festival and was blown away by the stories of how they source their honey. Didn’t know there were so many varieties of bees that existed. Appreciate my honey even more now.

– Sapna (Mumbai)

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