What is Royal YEMEN Sidr Honey?
Sidr honey is monofloral honey made solely from the nectar of Sidr trees in Yemen. Sidr tree is used medicinally from bark to berries, and the antibacterial Sidr honey is expensive due to its wide medical uses in the Middle East.
Yemen Sidr Honey is one of the greatest honeys in the world. Yemeni Sidr Honey is highly in demand because of its unique taste and its numerous health benefits as a natural medicine. Centuries ago they were aware of the major health benefits with Sidr Honey and in the last few years the demand for it has increased rapidly in the west and is known as a popular natural organic medicine. Yemeni Sidr Honey is a well-known antibiotic and antibacterial agent and there are many advantages that are included in Sidr Honey which can be used for your diet.
Yemeni Sidr Honey vs New Zealand Manuka Honey
Sidr honey (known as Middle East’s manuka honey) is an established remedy in the Middle East for medical benefits and far potent than manuka honey. Genuine Manuka honey and Sidr honey are considered medical-grade honey because their medicinal benefits are far greater than that of your standard table honey.
Manuka honey is named after its pollen source, the manuka bush (or tea tree bush) in New Zealand. Likewise, Yemeni Sidr honey is named after its pollen source, the Sidr tree. While both are internationally renowned, Yemeni Royal Sidr honey is the ancient honey lauded in religious texts for its curative abilities.
Both Manuka honey and Sidr honey have antibacterial and antiseptic properties handed down to them from their mother plants. While the tea tree bush is widely known for its oil, the Sidr tree is used medicinally from bark to berry. Each part of the tree has a purpose in healing.
In addition to its many medicinal uses, Sidr berries are also extremely nutritious — something passed down to the honey as well, thanks to the rich soil in the region. Whether you use honey medicinally or nutritionally, you’ll get a superior product with a superior flavor.
5 benefits of Yemeni Sidr Honey
The Sidr trees are grown in the desert areas of Yemen in wild and unrefined conditions. Cave London supply of Yemeni Sidr Honey is 100% Organic and direct From Yemen which is certified with UK & Yemen Governing bodies.
Raw & Pure
The Yemeni beekeepers have always been inclined with their traditional methods of beekeeping. A modern beekeeping method would allow chemicals to prevent mites and other bees from entering in the hives whereas the Yemeni tradition they will never allow chemicals or drugs during the process of collecting honey. There is no room for machinery and the whole process is done by hand. The unheated raw honey is poured into containers which peserves the effective enzyme elements.
The beekeepers in Yemen have a strict guideline of safeguarding the honeys natural potency and cleanliness. With modern practices they feed the bees with sugary syrup but in Yemen they would not allow this to happen. Generally bees make over 30,000 trips to make only 500g of honey whereas the bees that feed off the Sidr flower tree only make a few a trips until they die. It is only certain bees that can handle the potency of the remarkable tree.
The Sidr honey has aphrodisiac qualities when its mixed with carrot seeds or its own. The honey can be mixed with a selection of nuts and herbs which is natural alternative to Viagra with no side effects.
Sidr Honey has been proven to help stomach pains, infections, diseases, cancer, digestive problems, liver problems, wounds, skin care, constipation, eye diseases and strengthens the immune system which overall gives better health and liveliness.
How to tell if your Sidr honey is real or fake? Four things to look for
Sight: The finest Sidr honey, has a brown-reddish hue that does not change over time, unlike ‘impersonator’ honey.
Touch: Sidr honey is sticky and cannot be washed from the hands easily, unlike inferior counterparts.
Smell: You can distinguish raw honey from the fakes by its odour, the Sidr tree has a unique, aromatic smell.
Taste: Honey with added sugar-syrup is far sweeter than Sidr honey.
Connoisseurs are able to distinguish between a Yemeni honey and one imported, as well as recognizing its regional origin from the colour, aroma, and taste. The degree of the humidity and consequent viscosity are of great importance in the valuation of honey. A traditional test consists of letting a drop of honey fall into the dust. If it remains spherical, the honey is considered to be pure, but if it expands, it can be assumed either that the honey has been lengthened or that the bees have been fed with syrup. However, the best way is to buy from a trusted source direct to the beekeepers.
We hope this helped answer your questions about the different Yemeni Sidr honeys from Doan. If there is anything else you’d like us to answer, please let us know by email [email protected]