The farm produces 24 types of products with honey and nine types of honey depending on the seasons and availability of flowers.
Selvaraj also conducts sting therapy for patients at her farm along with workshops that encourages entrepreneurship.
"My long term aim is to install honey bee boxes in each and every household, so as to enhance the lifestyle of my community at large. I also wish to offer free training, every month, to anybody, who wishes to learn the skill of honey making," she said.
Sponsored by the ladies' wing of the Indian Merchant Chambers, the Jankidevi Bajaj Puraskar recognises women entrepreneurs for extraordinary and outstanding entrepreneurial excellence in rural India.
According to her, honey facilitates good resistance, purifies the blood and its medicinal values protect the body from major health problems like heart ailments and cancer. She aims to make honey available to each and every family for their daily consumption.