Mountain Sidr Honey 300g

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Royal Jelly is a honey bee secretion that is used in the hive as special food served to the queen bee herself. In fact, the queen eats exclusively Royal Jelly throughout her life. For us humans, Royal Jelly has been found to protect the heart by lowering triglyceride and lipoprotein levels. Royal Jelly can also enhance testicular testosterone production and possibly increase estrogen in post-menopausal women. Special stuff indeed!

Ancient Sidr trees have grown wild in the mountainous regions of the Arabian Peninsula 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. This sturdy tree has endured for thousands upon thousands of years in one of the world's toughest climate zones.

Mujeza's method of beekeeping is a traditional one, employing no chemicals, drugs or machinery. All harvesting is done by hand, using smoke to ward off the bees and a hand knife to collect the liquid gold. Raw and pure, Mujeza's Mountain Sidr Honey with Royal Jelly offers many health benefits, other than the ability to sweeten your tea. Such benefits run the gamut from antibacterial to anti-fungal to anti-carcinogenic capacities. In fact, Mountain Sidr Honey's antibacterial property is so potent it is used as a home remedy against "Superbugs" in cases where western medicines are ineffective.

Mountain 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. Medium to dark amber in color and thick but pourable, Mountain Sidr Honey with Royal Jelly is pleasant to eat with only a slight medicinal aftertaste that is much more subtle than that of Manuka or Eucalyptus honey. Its supporters recommend one teaspoon every morning and one at night to promote general health and vitality. Raw, Unpasteurized Product of Kuwait.

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