BarakahGardensHive

Honey, Herbs and Goodness. From our hives to your home.

Eltham, Australia 12 Sales On Etsy since 2019

5 out of 5 stars (3)

BarakahGardensHive

Honey, Herbs and Goodness. From our hives to your home.

Eltham, Australia | 12 Sales

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Amatullah D

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Amatullah D

Announcement    Welcome to Barakah Gardens. We're here to share the barakah (blessings) of our bees, but we're just getting started, so follow us and see what's new as we add it.
We also own Barakah Botanicals, where we sell pure, natural, handmade goodness for naturally nourished skin and hair here... www.etsy.com/shop/barakahbotanicals

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Last updated on Oct 23, 2019

Welcome to Barakah Gardens. We're here to share the barakah (blessings) of our bees, but we're just getting started, so follow us and see what's new as we add it.
We also own Barakah Botanicals, where we sell pure, natural, handmade goodness for naturally nourished skin and hair here... www.etsy.com/shop/barakahbotanicals

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About BarakahGardensHive

Sales 12
On Etsy since 2019

We 💚 bees, herbs and sharing the Barakah of these things.

Barakah Gardens is a team effort. We look after the bees and they look after our garden. When there's a surplus we harvest it, bottle it and share the barakah with you.
All our products are - halal and tayyib (permissible and pure or good for you) - made with the best quality ingredients we can source, bottled in glass, paper (or aluminium/tin for non-food products) because plastic in your food is not pure or good for you.
We're working on some truly yummy herbal honey goodies at the moment, so come back soon to see what's new.

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Shop members

  • Amatullah

    Maker, Owner, Customer Service

    I'm the owner, creator and jill of all trades here at Barakah Bees. I also own Barakah Gardens on Etsy, which you can check out here: www.etsy.com/shop/barakahgardens

  • Abdullah

    Maker, Beekeeper

    I'm the chief beekeeper, beehive builder and honey harvester here.

  • 100 000+ Bees

    Pollinator, Honey Maker

    Our bees are the foundation of our team, our diet and our ecosystem. We have honey bees and 2 species of native Australian bees foraging and producing honey here. We have no idea how many bees there actually are, because we're too busy to count them.

Production partners

  • Hab Shifa

    Australia

    I stock Hab Shifa Black Seed Oil as it is cold-pressed in Australia from organic black seeds. They take great care in creating a great product and I've seen the quality and benefits of their products.

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Last updated on Aug 19, 2019
Frequently asked questions
How long is honey good for?

Honey is one of the only known food that never goes bad. Your honey might change consistency, especially if exposed to changes in temperature. To restore it's liquid consistency stand honey in its glass jar in a bowl of warm to hot water.

How do I store Australian Native Bee honey?

Australian Native Bee honey has a higher water content than regular honey. If left kn warm temperatures it may ferment. We recommend storing it in the fridge.

How are your herbal honeys made?

Our herbal honeys are made with our pure raw honey, combined with ground herbs, to make a honey spread that tastes good and is good for you.

How do you extract your honey?

Our honey is always extracted at room temperature. No heat is used. During and after extraction our honey is stored in stainless steel and glass, never in plastic.

How do I use a beeswax wrap?

Just fold the wrap over the object to be covered and press for a few seconds. The warmth of your hands helps mold the wrap into place and helps it stick.

How do I care for beeswax wraps?

After use, rinse with cool to warm water, using soap if you like. Hang to dry and reuse when dry.

Do NOT use hot water. The wax will melt off and the wrap will no longer stick. Also you don't want beeswax in your pipes. Because it cannot be washed kn hot water we don't recommend using it on raw meat.

If your wrap is looking a little worn out you can give it a second life by placing it in between 2 sheets of baking paper and ironing it. This redistributes the wax and it'll be good to go again as soon as it has cooled.

How do I dispose of beeswax wraps?

Our beeswax wraps are 100% biodegradable, made from cotton, beeswax, oil and a touch of pine resin. You can compost it, use it as mulch around a tree, or just bury it.