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Sacred Sidr Honey
The SIDR HONEY OF YEMEN tastes delicious, different from those of other regions because the soil of Yemen is richer and this influences the flavour.
Indeed, the taste of YEMENI SIDR HONEY is truly unforgettable, rich and luxurious. People who have tried YEMENI SIDR HONEY are said to be “spoiled” by the experience. It’s a thick honey with a rich, lavish and buttery sweet taste. It has a golden light colour, which darkens and tends to redness over time. While fresh and newly produced, it reminds you of the same aromatic smell of Sidr in the month of October, the season when Sidr tree is flowering.
$80.00 – $150.00
Reputation – Medical Grade Honey with a Legacy*
There is no honey in the world that has the legacy of Sidr honey. Harvested from the ancient, sacred Sidr tree, the roots of this honey are beyond history books and therapeutic endeavours. Twice a year, bees sip the nectar from the floral blooms of this blessed tree, also known as the Lote tree, Christ’s thorn tree or Jujube tree. The bark, roots, fruit and leaves are all used as remedies or therapeutic preventative agents.
Sidr trees are not only found in Yemen. However, since environmental factors play a significant role in the quality of honey produced, Yemeni Sidr honey is the best on the market.
Soil composition, contaminants such as pesticides, the use of antibiotics, beekeeping practices (link to process page) including feeding bees sugar to ensure their survival, are all elements that play a role in the quality of honey bees produce. However, within the valley known as Wadi Duwan peacefully stands a majestic oasis of undisturbed Sidr trees. These trees are deeply embedded in the history of the land and staunchly protected by its people for the welfare of continuing its great medicinal legacy. To this day, medical doctors within the region will use Sidr honey as a treatment. It has unusually high levels of antioxidants and is an excellent antiseptic, antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiviral agent.
“Sidr honey is widely used as a medication to treat liver diseases, ulcers of the stomach, lung infections, malnutrition consequences, digestion problems, constipation, infections of eyes, infections following burns, wounds and surgery, and general health and vitality. Sidr honey is known to have a strong antioxidant and antibacterial activities (Alandejani, Marsan, Ferris, Slinger, & Chan, 2009 ).”
Carbohydrates, sugars, fibres, protein, vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B7, C, A, protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, selenium, copper, volatile oils, sulphur.
Sidr honey is thick, rich honey, that offers a lavish and buttery sweet taste. It goes down smooth and is a delight to consume.
Sumra Honey Elements (mg/kg) –
Potassium 500.32 ±1.32
Calcium 104.50 ±0.25
Phosphorus 51.36 ±0.02
Manganese 6.49 ±0.07
Magnesium 161.54 ±1.83
Sodium 35.34 ±0.62
Copper 0.28 ±0.01
Zinc 0.24 ±0.04
Consumption Method & Useage –
Sidr honey is also used topically for wounds and burns. Simply apply the honey directly to affected areas.
- Make a face mask using equal amounts of Sidr honey, olive oil, and almond oil. Apply on the face and wash after 15 minutes. It will leave your skin soft and lustrous.
- To reduce bed wetting, consume one teaspoon of honey before going to bed. Make sure you empty your bladder first.
- Massage a mixture of a ½ cup of honey and a ¼ cup of olive oil to your scalp, leave for 30 minutes and wash. This treatment rejuvenates your hair from the roots.
*www.sacredhoney.com.au contains general medical information. None of the information on this website is intended to replace sound medical advice, nor is it recommended for people to stop their prescribed medication(s).