What Makes Mujeza Royal Honey Unique?
Ancient Sidr trees have grown wild in the mountainous Hadramout region of Yemen's Do'an Valley for centuries. The Sidr tree, also known as Jujube or Christ's Thorn, was an essential component used to complete many of the famous construction projects undertaken by the ancient Egyptians. Today, thousands of bee-keepers gather in Hadramout twice per year to venture up into the rugged mountains to collect their prized Sidr Honey. Their method of beekeeping is a traditional one, employing no chemicals, drugs or machinery. All harvesting is done by hand, using smoke from burning dried camel skins to ward off the bees and a hand knife to collect the liquid gold.
Amazing Health Benefits of Yemeni Sidr Honey of Do'an
Â· Other than the ability to sweeten your tea, include over 80 different health-giving properties, running the gamut from antibacterial to anti-fungal to anti-carcinogenic. In fact, its antibacterial property is so potent it is used as a home remedy against "Superbugs" in cases where western medicines are ineffective.
Â· Sidr honey is also recognized for its high levels of antioxidants, its ability to strengthen your immune system and its role in reducing or eliminating allergies.
Â· Medium to dark amber in color and thick but pourable (if you are patient), Royal Yemeni Sidr Honey by Mujeza is pleasant to eat with only a slight medicinal aftertaste that is much more subtle than that of Manuka or Eucalyptus honey.
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