1kg Black Seed Sidr Honey harvested in Spain
1kg Pure Sidr Honey harvested in Spain
Sidr Honey is among the finest variants of honey in the world. It comes with a distinctive taste, and is rich in nutrients. The nectar of the Sidr/Lote tree flowers is the origin of this variant. The Sidr/Lote tree is also known as Christ’s thorn/Jujube, Sidr tree (Arab), Bari/Ber tree (Pak/India), Hunnap Tree (Turkish), Henup Tree (Bulgaria) ZufZuuf Tree (Morocco), Annub tree (Lebanon/Iran). The fruits of the tree have high-energy content, its leaves are rich in nutrients such as iron, protein, calcium and magnesium. This is a 100% natural type of honey- for no chemicals or synthetic additions are involved, and neither is any machinery used. This honey is considered sacred in many religions.
The benefits of Sidr honey are numerous- it is beneficial in stomach ulcers, liver ailments, diseases due to malnutrition, eye diseases, surgical wounds and a host of other issues. As a natural antibacterial and antibiotic agent, the benefits of including Sidr Honey in your diet are a lot more than just the ones mentioned. Moreover, the use of honey as medicine is well documented in Ayurvedic and Greek medicine.
One food spoon would give power and energy for the the whole day.
Mix one food spoon with one lemon juice to clear all the cold and the throat problems.
Very good for digestive system and to boost your immune system.
What is Black Seed?
The black seed is cultivated in Russia, Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, Oman, Ethiopia, Middle East, Far East, India, Bangladesh, France, Germany and the Mediterranean Basin. It also grows wild in Egypt, Syria, Asiatic Turkey and the Balkan States.
Nigella Sativa is known commonly in Arabic as Habbat-ul-Baraka (blessed seed) and in English as Love in the Mist.
Since 1959, over 200 studies have been carried out at international universities and articles published in various journals have shown remarkable results supporting blackseed traditional uses. The Nigella Sativa seed itself contains numerous esters of structurally unusual unsaturated fatty acids and the chemical composition is very rich and diverse. Apart from its active ingredient, crystalline nigellone, it contains 15 amino acids (including eight of the nine essential ones), carbohydrates, fatty acids including linolenic and oleic, volatile oils, alkaloids and dietary fibre, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, sodium and potassium.